An exhibition at the Center for Architecture in Manhattan reveals topiary as a dynamic and overlooked spatial practice.


The Los Angeles–based designer, who is being honored at Maison et Objet this week for his furniture and lighting designs, has a knack for turning the familiar on its head.


The Swedish superstore’s releases for the new year include sound-absorbing panels, speaker-studded lamps, and a lot of eye-catching pattern.


Michael Yarinsky Studio designed this open office in Manhattan’s Soho neighborhood for women’s shaving company Billie.