Edenic Design released their first design, the Teâshí Coffee Table, and have since produced only 100 of the branching creation. Named after the Japanese word for “limb,” the table’s structure rises from the ground with limbs that could resemble branches, veins, fingers, or lightning bolts. Each table is welded by hand with care going into each piece to honor the original creativity that led to its unique silhouette. Beyond its intriguing structure, the Teâshí Coffee Table was designed with the intent of collaborating with artists who could take it to the next level. The first collaboration is with Montreal artist
Maurice Martel architecte gives nod to iconic modern architecture in a project in Montréal where they designed an indoor swimming pool that can be enjoyed all year long, even during the long Quebec winters. Pavilion A references Philip Johnson’s Glass House and the Ben Rose House featured in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off with its minimalist structure made of metal and glass. Massive windows float floor-to-ceiling with a flat roof that appears to float on top.
The exterior part of the structure might be black, but the interior is bright with the help of skylights and a white ceiling.
With every Milk Stand pop-up shop, both physical and virtual, Design Milk is proud to be able to support a diverse group of talented makers and creatives who are creating beautiful, handmade items that are truly one of a kind. We’re now wrapping up our month-long first ever virtual Milk Stand and if you missed out on any of the fun, you can still head to our @designmilkeveryday Instagram page under Highlights to learn more about all of our exhibitors. They’ve shared their histories, inspirations, manufacturing process, behind-the-scene moments in their studios, and more.
We’re excited to share the next episode of TheBuild.tv Firehouse project – Connected Home. Anthony Carrino takes us on a tech tour of his new home, which he converted from an old Firehouse. Read more details about the specific technologies he chose here and watch to see how it all comes together:
Images courtesy of Anthony Carrino.
What happens when you merge the elements of graphic design and furniture design? Recently designers Steve Wolf and Brandon Kershner – aka Karni Studio – worked together to create a duo of products born of just that, reaching for inspiration and elements from two separate worlds.
Calamus was inspired by Bauhaus era graphic art, architecture, and furniture design. It’s difficult to look at these pieces without smiling, because their forms and shapes are nothing short of happy when used together. Calamus’s unique look makes both the chair and table standouts that can be used indoors or outdoors, all thanks to
Islyn Studio recently completed the interior design and brand identity of Sawmill Market, a contemporary food hall near Albuquerque inspired by New Mexico’s rich culture. Built within an old lumber warehouse, the food hall meticulously combines old and new to create a cultural hub true to the site’s heritage.
The 40,000-square-foot space houses boutique owner-operated restaurants, cocktail bars, farm-to-table pantries, tap rooms, pop-up shops, test kitchens, and demo kitchens. Sawmill Market is New Mexico’s first food hall, and it truly aims to be a place for everyone and anyone to gather – there’s ample space for freelancers and there’s