It’s no secret that workplaces are changing. Remote work has become a necessary part of life, begging the questions: What happens when we go back to work? How will offices change, and what will their design focus be? We might not have all of the answers yet, but some...
Sixtysix magazine is back with its fourth print issue, featuring in-depth conversations from some of the world’s most prolific designers and creatives. Finalized in quarantine, the issue is available worldwide now. When Sixtysix started, we promised to travel the...
My desk faces east toward Lake Michigan. It would be a stunning view if it weren’t for the half-mile of lofts, college-prep schools, hotels, and mid-rise buildings between here and there. Still, it’s not bad. The desk is a three-piece job, a tabletop built to click...
Alex Strohl grew up hearing stories on the wonders of of Montana. Now the French Photographer makes the mountains his home, even as he travels the world.
Fran Hickman shares the secrets to telling stories in three dimensions and creating interior designs that feel like an old friend.
Heading on your next adventure? Bring these eight well-designed products along for the ride.
Vibrant, colorful, new. It’s hard to escape these three terms when reading or thinking about Mexico City. The city of nearly 9 million residents is exploding with restaurants, boutiques, hotels, museums, and galleries. Its diversity and excitement can make most other...
Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec give an exclusive tour inside the pair’s Paris studio.
Naoto Fukasawa says good design makes people happy. The industrial designer gives a tour of his Tokyo studio, where that’s exactly what he set out to do.
How Buster + Punch’s founder balances creativity with innovation
Using simple, honest materials and expressive minimalism, Tom Dixon explains why design is about more than just evoking emotion.
The evolution of SFERRA over nearly 130 years, as the Italian company continues to transform the home’s simplest indulgences into its most extravagant
Tal Midyan shares design lessons he’s learned working on campaigns for Travis Scott, Pharrell, Nike, 21 Savage, and more.
The UK-based company introduces its new Reprise Chair.
Daniel Simon wants to do more than design cars. The German automotive designer wants to make driving autonomous, changing driving as we know it.
The Canadian author talks about her latest book, The Glass Hotel, and how she finds the time to write amid a chaotic schedule.
Stuck in a creative rut? Industrial Facility cofounder and designer Kim Colin shares her tips for working smarter.
Na Kim’s work defies definition with installations across formats.
A love of metal and all things unique drives this Scottish bathtub designer.
This New Zealand brand is taking its design philosophy all over the world.
How an outdoor site furnishings and lighting company in Michigan emphasizes design across departments and the globe.
When we think about pattern, our minds often go straight to the bold: animal print, brocade, floral, something loud and geometric, made in a flurry of colors that floods the senses. It’s one reason why some designers stray from busy motifs, opting instead for a...
Making Rejuvenation’s Rigdon 10-Arm Chandelier
Say goodbye to boring offices with a design philosophy that allows creatives to roll up their sleeves and get to work.