Chicago on our mind, and in the A+R showroom. The latest from Spanish design house Punt was created in collaboration with Danish stars Norm Architects, and available in a range of materials.
All curves and comfort, SP01's latest is compact in size with not a hard line in sight. This Italian-made armchair from Australian designer Nikolai Kotlarczyk exudes comfort with enveloping foam contours and a pitched silhouette resembling a bird about to take flight.
Cordless and rechargeable, this graphic lantern by Copenhagen studio OEO extends the Mūn range and lights up the fun inside or outdoors. A nod to the Japanese word for moon, the white glass shade assumes a lunar form, powered by an integrated LED for a bright even glow.
Made of small bits of 100% recycled household and industrial plastic and available in black or white, the new Bit Stool by Simon Legald is a minimalist take on a column shape and perfect for platforming a floral arrangement, as a side table, or as impromptu seating.
This height-adjustable perch was initially designed by architect studio TAF for the Swedish National Museum. Park it by the sofa, bedside or next to a desk. Powder-coated steel and aluminum, it comes in a range of smart neutral shades or high-voltage orange.
The best-selling String Shelving System finally goes outside, and just in time for the season al fresco. Galvanized steel means year-round organization, weathering over time to a lovely patina. Freestanding means it can be positioned and moved at will. Preconfigured units make it easy.
The best in design improves the quality of life. And this adage isn't limited to our individual whims. Quality of life is increasingly a matter for the global community, one that means products that consume less energy and minimize waste in manufacturing and post-production. Quality is also matter of lasting durability. In a nod to Earth Day, an LED spotlight on just a few of the dozens of products at A+R produced with a healthy world in mind...
Women might account for nearly half the global population, but design, from architecture to products, remains a man’s world. If the recent rise in women designers and entrepreneurs in the marketplace and at A+R is a sign of the times, perhaps marking women’s history in this realm will sooner than later become a year-round given. In the meantime, a spotlight on a handful of creators—who happen to be women—we can’t get enough of...
The color gods have spoken: following a impoverished year on so many levels, the Pantone Color Institute proclaimed that 2021 serves up not just 1, but 2 colors in a combo platter of "happiness supported by fortitude."
There is a science and entire cultural and design machine behind the annual color choice. In this case, the need for brightness and hope...
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