Nazara Lázaro’s Crooked Collection Is the Anti-Judd — No Right Angles, No Symmetry
The Canary Islands–born, Berlin-based, Japanese-inspired designer makes furniture that's askew but looks oh-so right.
Mies van der Rohe’s Barcelona Chair Shook Modernism and Charmed Hollywood
The enduring appeal of the Barcelona chair is in the details.
Video Tour: Jonathan Adler and Simon Doonan Sheltering at Home on Shelter Island
In our "On Location" series on YouTube and Instagram, top designers share their personal spaces while on lockdown. Here, Jonathan Adler and his husband, fashion commentator Simon Doonan, show us their bold beach house on New York's Shelter Island.
Ancient Travertine Marble Is Having a Modern-Day Design Revival
Used to make everything from sleek sconces to otherworldly stools, the stone is as versatile as it is timeless.
Arne Jacobsen’s Egg Chair Scrambled the Idea of What a Wingback Could Be
The curvaceous Egg was designed to cradle the body and offer privacy. Later, it became the seat of choice for bosses in movies, too.
How Socially Conscious Makers Are Giving Back to Local Communities
Ethics meets aesthetics in these thoughtfully crafted pieces.
Hans Wegner’s Wishbone Chair Still Feels Fresh, 70 Years after Its Debut
To celebrate the Wishbone’s 70th anniversary, Carl Hansen & Søn’s third-generation CEO, Knud Erik Hansen, shares some of the secrets behind the beloved chair.
At Maine’s Funkiest Airbnb, All the Furniture Is for Sale
Design firm Pieces by An Aesthetic Pursuit has gotten into the vacation-rental game with this shoppable hotel in Kennebunk.
The Process: 5 Female Designers of Sculptural Furniture
The work of these creators, who all happen to be women, bridges the divide between art and design.
Visionary Women: Jill Singer and Monica Khemsurov, of Sight Unseen
Four trailblazing creators discuss how they approach their craft — and the transformative influences that continue to guide them. Here, the Sight Unseen cofounders tells how Bauhaus designer Marianne Brandt has inspired their business.