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Poligon Foldable Sculptures

Poligon Foldable Sculptures

From bed bugs to gorillas, charming animal sculptures made from brass and stainless steel

by Katie Olsen in Design on 10 September 2014

Studio Visit: Li Ying

Studio Visit: Li Ying

Ethereal metal sculptures hint at the Beijing artist's ongoing continuum with time

by Alessandro De Toni in Design on 14 August 2014

Unconventional Stools from UHURU

Unconventional Stools from UHURU

Two unique seats employ bronze casting and traditional Japanese wood-charring techniques

by Graham Hiemstra in Design on 02 June 2014

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Vide Poche

Vide Poche

An industrial but elegant double-sided dish for your daily bits and bobs

by Kat Herriman in Design on 20 February 2014

Tuls

Tuls

Pocket-sized stainless steel tools for fixing your bike or cracking a cold one

by Graham Hiemstra in Design on 29 August 2013

Copper Shines at NYC Design Week

Copper Shines at NYC Design Week

Six designers call upon copper as the material of choice for a range of industrial designs

by Perrin Drumm in Design on 22 May 2013

Russia at Art Paris Art Fair 2013

Russia at Art Paris Art Fair 2013

Charming robotic installations and other funny machineries from this year's guest of honor

by Isabelle Doal in Culture on 16 April 2013

General Manufacturing Wilson Keyring

General Manufacturing Wilson Keyring

Simple style put to good use

by Graham Hiemstra in Design on 29 March 2013

Chrome and Concrete Candle Sets

Chrome and Concrete Candle Sets

Two Icelandic designers explore a similar silhouette in different mediums

by Graham Hiemstra in Design on 21 March 2013

The Made Collection

The Made Collection

Designer David Okum introduces a line of mid-century-inspired wood home accessories

by Graham Hiemstra in Design on 22 January 2013

Sylki Chair

Sylki Chair

Gradation, aeration and ergonomics come together in a new piece by POD

by Graham Hiemstra in Design on 27 November 2012

Interview: Camilla Stones

Interview: Camilla Stones

An Icelandic pop star's spiky homage to the Statue of Liberty

by CH Contributor in Style on 26 October 2012

In The Shadow of the Tree and the Knot of The Earth

In The Shadow of the Tree and the Knot of The Earth

Anish Kapoor gives a tour of his new works at London's Lisson Gallery

by Leonora Oppenheim in Culture on 10 October 2012

Studio Visit: Erin Considine

Studio Visit: Erin Considine

The free-spirited jewelry designer and her meticulous approach to craft

by Karen Day in Design on 08 October 2012

Chris Platt

Chris Platt

Metamorphic rock and steel jewelry explores possibilities beyond precious

by CH Contributor in Style on 24 September 2012

Betsy & Iya

Betsy & Iya

An androgynous jewelry line from Portland, Oregon's NW neighborhood

by Adrienne So in Style on 10 September 2012

Laura Lombardi for Market Publique

Laura Lombardi for Market Publique

A cosmic jewelry collaboration

by Graham Hiemstra in Style on 15 August 2012

Florentine Kitchen Knives

Florentine Kitchen Knives

Handmade knives from Southwestern Tel Aviv

by James Thorne in Design on 25 July 2012

Heather Benjamin for Bliss Lau

Heather Benjamin for Bliss Lau

Sex and punk elegantly balanced in the sculptural jewelry designer's latest collection

by Karen Day in Style on 09 May 2012

Five Tables from Milan Design Week

Five Tables from Milan Design Week

Wood, metal and formed concrete create some of the most creative designs around

by CH Editors in Design on 01 May 2012

Albert Zuger

Albert Zuger

Roughshod elegance marks a designer's handmade jewelry

by John Ortved in Design on 19 April 2012

Anyone and No One

Anyone and No One

Behemoth sculptures from scaled-down materials by Will Ryman

by James Thorne in Culture on 20 February 2012

Moto Guzzi V7 Racer

Moto Guzzi V7 Racer

The throwback cafe racer turns heads and nails the curves along Mulholland

by CH Contributor in Tech on 06 October 2011

Live...Suburbia!

Live...Suburbia!

Chronicles from America's disaffected, pre-digital youth

by Josh Teixeira in Culture on 19 September 2011

Oji & Design

Oji & Design

Form and function meet in a Japanese architect's beautifully understated housewares

by Karen Day in Design on 24 August 2011

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