We speak to three leading brands about the past, present and future of Danish design.
The designers behind New York–based Bower prefer to let objects emerge from an intuitive mixing of colors, materials, shapes and concepts.
For Simone Farresin and Andrea Trimarchi of Formafantasma, design is a purely scientific inquiry.
Charlie Hedin—founder and creative director of bedding company Tekla—on his rituals of sleep.
For the sisters behind Beirut-based atelier2té, Lebanese traditions inspire a modern view of architecture.
After studying and working in Paris, brothers Elias and Yousef Anastas, both designers and architects, returned home to Palestine in 2012.
Neuroscientist Paul Dudchenko speaks on why we get lost, the distress and thrill of disorientation and how getting lost can improve your skills.
Dutch architect Anne Holtrop is known for designs that incorporate abstract, unexpected references to engage the visitor's imagination.
Danielle Arps is the interior designer of choice for New York City's thriving start-ups.
We speak with Jason Beckley on how working for big brands has fine-tuned his eye for products.
Gesamtkunstwerk—the concept that a total work of art is greater than its parts—influenced contemporary art and architecture through the 20th century.
Serving as an homage to Le Corbusier's belief in the skillful play of volumes, a new book depicts the Indian city of Chandigarh.
Kenesha Sneed makes ceramics in her home studio that celebrate all things good about the Southern California life.
Spanish designer Tomás Alonso makes time for both the big and the smaller projects, fascinated by different design constraints.
Designer Hella Jongerius doesn’t have a favorite color—but she’s had a career-long love affair with uncovering the mysteries of the entire spectrum.
Andreas Murkudis, vendor of fine wares, reflects on objects of beauty that resisted capture.