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Six Fresh + Illuminating Outdoor Lighting Collections From FLOS

The six latest high-end outdoor collections from Italian lighting company FLOS include architectural and decorative designs by Michael Anastassiades, Piero Lissoni, and Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby. This mix is a great opportunity for FLOS to flex their technical and design skills with lighting that’s suitable for just about any space.

Mimicking the effect of a lunar eclipse, Piero Lissi’s Camouflage creates a halo of light. Camouflage is an ultra-slim LED wall sconce that fits right in with architecture and nature by being flush with the wall. Finish options include teak wood, Basaltina stone, and Crema d’Orcia marble with various

Elyse Graham Expands Colorful Resin Furniture Line

If you’ve read Design Milk for any length of time, chances are you know our obsession for Elyse Graham runs deep. The Los Angeles based artist and designer experiments with materials like plaster and resin to create one-of-a-kind vessels and mirrors, and most recently, furniture. Each piece is pure magic with layers of color and pattern that reveal itself depending on how the composite resin is cast and how it’s cut. The results are mesmerizing tables and seating (and even a room divider!) filled with graphic patterns and energizing colors that are bound to delight the eyes.

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Discover the 2020 Launch Pad Design Studios, Presented by WantedDesign Manhattan

Although this year’s WantedDesign Manhattan festivities are cancelled, we are still going to celebrate design and the design studios that made it onto our radar from this year’s Launch Pad participants!

If you don’t know what Launch Pad is, it’s an international platform presented by WantedDesign and Design Milk that gives emerging designers the opportunity to introduce new concepts and showcase prototypes of furniture, home accessories, and lighting to NYCxDESIGN’s audience. Every year, there are two winners, one selected for the Furniture/Home Accessories category and one for the Lighting category. In its 8th year, Launch Pad has nearly doubled to

New Shop Arrivals to Create a Cozy Home

Southern California based Norden Goods was founded in 2014 by husband and wife Erika and Pete Panciera. The duo noticed the market was missing minimalist, design-driven home accessories that were classic enough to stand the test of time. Over the years, the brand continues to expand their catalog with products that include home fragrance, tabletop, ceramics, textiles, and apothecary products. Their eclectic mix of offerings gives nod to the places they’ve visited on travels, delivering a sense of warmth and coziness everyone is seeking during these trying times. Light a candle, burn some incense, or cozy up under one of

Get to Know: Japanese Designer Yuko Nishikawa

Yuko Nishikawa is a Japanese designer specializing in contemporary ceramics, which she makes from her studio on Grand St. in Brooklyn, New York. Her work bridges the world of fantastical lightscapes and whimsical art, and are inspired by as much. Take You See A Sheep (above and below), for example, a lighting collection inspired by The Little Prince and Model T Frankenstein: bulbs are housed in hand-built ceramic shells and strung by a thin metal wire so the shells appear to levitate in an open room.

The shells were made by paper fiber in a wet clay body so

Get Playful with Mambo’s Helene Marble Tables

Mambo Unlimited Ideas recently unveiled two fresh designs – the marble Helene Center Table and Side Table. Mambo has a beautiful way of making the hard material feel soft through the design of the tables’ shapes and curves. You can mix and play with their selection of marbles to create a unique piece that’s all your own. Available tabletop choices include estremoz rosa or estremoz nero marquina, while the feet come in estremoz white matte, rosa, and nero marquina. The marbleization and textures Mambo has chosen are a real aesthetic treat.

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