#industrial-design Stories

Rapt Studio’s Latest Commercial Project Was Built From the Bones of Its Prior Occupant’s Space

"We exploited everything that was there, even to the degree of building new things out of some of...

Designer of the Day: David Wiseman

The California native on designing a bench for a deer, his first L.A. show, and Halloween, his...

This Small Space Forecasts the Future of City Living in Brooklyn, and Beyond

On view at A/D/O, the MINI LIVING URBAN CABIN rethinks the way we live in cities by tapping local...

Designer of the Day: Kenneth Cobonpue

The humanitarian designer on classic sports cars, his forthcoming boutique hotel, and raising...

What Happens When Two Furniture Designers Walk Into Dover Street Market

Jaime Hayon tells Surface about Jijibaba, a menswear line he co-founded with Jasper Morrison.

Designer of the Day: Katie Stout

The Brooklyn designer on work that makes you feel good naked, naïve pop, and her current show at R

Designer of the Day: Fernando Mastrangelo

The Brooklyn designer on the problem of taste, getting lost in landscapes, and the benefits of...

Designer of the Day: Pierre Renart

On the eve of his U.S. debut, the French designer talks about the appeal of custom furniture,...

Designer of the Day: Todd Bracher

The American designer discusses the search for truth, helping brands grow, and how he's rethinking...

Designer of the Day: Joe Doucet

The native Texan talks about doing manly things, his family, and the ghost that lives in his...

Olivier Van Herpt Is a Free-Dimensional Thinker

Meet the 28-year-old designer who is radically transforming one of the world's oldest art forms.