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10 Ideas on How to Bring Natural Materials Into Your Space

As we head into the fall and cooler temperatures, desiring for a cozier environment is inevitable. An easy way to make that happen is by incorporating natural materials – think woods, cork, wool, rattan, sisal, bamboo – into the mix to add elements of texture and warmth. Objects made from natural materials outlive any trend making them wise investments...

Exploring Mexico’s Cultural + Creative Heritage During Design Week Mexico 2021

The following post is brought to you by Design Week Mexico. Our partners are hand-picked by the Design Milk team because they represent the best in design. Now in its 13th edition this year, Design Week Mexico (DWM) will take over the city and highlight Mexico’s creative community with an exciting program of events from October...

Wellness Benefits of Zoning Your Kitchen

Our kitchens have long been the heart of our home. This past year, many of them also became its brain center, with improvised home offices and classrooms, all while we were using these essential spaces to hold more groceries for fewer supermarket trips, and cook and eat more meals. It’s been a stressful time all around, hasn’t it? How are you holding...

F5: Marc Ange Reveals His Favorite Architect, Style of Cooking + More

Born in Rome, raised in Paris and now in Los Angeles, artist and designer Marc Ange is inspired by the surreal. He creates his work in the gap between art and design – objects, spaces and furniture – each marked by his life’s experiences. In 2008, Marc opened the first Bloom Room (now Studio Ange), with a second location to follow upon his arrival...

A Tranquil Maui Estate That Merges Traditional Hawaiian Style + Modern Design

Designed by Weigang Marvick & Associates with a traditional “Hale” architecture style, Makena Road is a 10,000-square-foot estate in Maui, Hawaii. While the architects brought the traditional elements, Stephanie Brown Inc. spent three years adding modern details, finishes and furnishings throughout. SBI incorporates a curated color scheme beginning...

Nature Inspired Jewelry From Some of Our Favorite Designers

As the leaves begin their slow change of colors, autumn shows up in a radiant display of nature at her best. There’s so much inspiration – shapes, lines, phenomena and more – that you only need walk outside to see. It’s difficult to ignore the performance that takes place between seasons, and lots of our favorite jewelry designers have chosen to embrace...

Design Is Two: Artist Michele Oka Doner on the Vignelli’s Legacy

We are pleased to share our first rebroadcast of the fall 2021 The Vignelli Center for Design Studies‘ Design Conversations Lecture Series with artist Michele Oka Doner, an internationally renowned artist whose artistic production includes sculpture, jewelry, public art, functional objects, videos, artist books and costume and set design. This lecture...

A Taste of Inspiration – Standout Objects at Milan Design Week 2021

Ciao from Milano! Milan Design Week 2021 has officially commenced, but the flavor of its presentations will stay on our palates seasons-wide. With exhibitions spread across the city in showrooms, industrial sites, galleries, street-corner pop-ups, gardens, museums, and the most opulent of palazzos, we’ve taken a taste of it all and rounded up a bite-sized...

Note Design Studio Creates Sustainable Immersive Experience in Milan for Vestre

Vestre Habitats, featured at this year’s Milan Design Week, was designed by Note Design Studio for Vestre. Awarded “Best Stand” at Stockholm Furniture Fair 2020, the studio fully executed on Vestre’s commitment towards sustainability. As such, for this year’s Milan Design Week 2021, the sustainable furniture manufacturer tasked Note to reuse as much...

DMTV Milkshake: Fernando Mastrangelo on Celebrating (And Eulogizing) the Natural World

This week’s DMTV Milkshake guest is Fernando Mastrangelo – artist, designer, and most recently, guest judge on the HBOMax competition show Ellen’s Next Great Designer. Mastrangelo loves salt. As an artist and designer, he works with other natural and recycled materials – like silica, sand and crushed glass – but it’s salt that captures the eye in pieces...

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