Dot & Bo – Furniture and Décor for the Modern Lifestyle
Shop modern furniture and home décor for every room in your home, ranging in style from mid-century to industrial to bohemian and more. All up to 60% off.
Ziris Chair — Grassrootsmodern.com
Beautiful and brilliant foldable wooden chair concept by redbit studio out of Croatia. It's a shame that concepts like these never make it into production. Via
Creative office design by M Moser Associates
Explore M Moser Associates | Interior Design Architecture's photos on Flickr. M Moser Associates | Interior Design Architecture has uploaded 810 photos to Flickr.
3D Origami by Jun Mitani
Jun Mitani might be a professor of computer science at the University of Tsukuba but I'm pretty sure he has a Ph.D. in paper folding. He works his magic with the help of algorithms and computer software that he's developed to create the 3D origami pieces he's known for.
33 Amazing Ideas That Will Make Your House Awesome
We've all got some sort of idea of how our dream home might look. No matter what it is that makes your dream home unique, here are a few examples of homes where people have been able to realize some of their greatest home design fantasies. Warning - viewing some of these images may make you feel dissatisfied with your current home!
Minimalist Fold-Up Tables for an Office
When you only occasionally need a lot of tables, but don't have a lot of space to store furniture, fold-up designs can be the ideal solution. In this case, Moxon Architects created sleek, minimalist white work surfaces for Arts Council England that can be hoisted flat against the wall when not i ...
Competition: five copies of Folding Techniques for Designers to be won | Dezeen
Competition: we've teamed up with publishers Laurence King to give Dezeen readers the chance to win one of five copies of Folding Techniques for Designers. The 224-page paperback book gives step-by-step instructions for creating 3D paper forms through photographs, diagrams and drawings. These movies show demonstrations by the book's author Paul Jackson - watch more movies
How the Next Generation Can Shape Design - Metropolis
The following talk was delivered March 31, 2005 by Metropolis editor in chief Susan S. Szenasy at the University of Nebraska Architecture School. The audience comprised architecture and interior design students, faculty, and professionals. I think about the next generation of designers constantly. There are at least three reasons for this preoccupation. 1) I teach design history and ethics to...