Design Milk

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  • At Flophouze Hotel, the Trend of Upcycling Shipping Containers Lives On

    At Flophouze Hotel, the Trend of Upcycling Shipping Containers Lives On

    In Round Top, Texas, six shipping containers and a modular pool offer a new way to enjoy the sprawling rural sunsets.

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  • Wellborn Shows Us the Future of Cabinetry at KBIS 2019

    Wellborn Shows Us the Future of Cabinetry at KBIS 2019

    From special integrated lighting by Hafele, to easy access shelving and high tech movable parts, the future of kitchens looks bright.

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  • Jupiter 10’s Stripe Collection of Wallcoverings Is Bold and Graphic

    Jupiter 10’s Stripe Collection of Wallcoverings Is Bold and Graphic

    Following up on the success of their first two collections, Jupiter 10 releases their new series of wallcoverings – the Stripes Collection.

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  • Sitia’s New Concept – The Human Work – Offers Relaxed Options for Contract Settings

    Sitia’s New Concept – The Human Work – Offers Relaxed Options for Contract Settings

    A concept that merges the functional needs of work spaces with the comfortable atmosphere of a residential space.

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  • Sight Unseen Showcases Objects of Common Interest at Collective Design

    Sight Unseen Showcases Objects of Common Interest at Collective Design

    Objects of Common Interest was selected for the second consecutive year by Sight Unseen to be a part of their booth at Collective Design.

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  • Kettal Launches the Bitta Lounge Collection by Rodolfo Dordoni

    Kettal Launches the Bitta Lounge Collection by Rodolfo Dordoni

    Kettal expands a previous furniture collection by Rodolfo Dordoni by launching the new Bitta Lounge with softer designs and new finishes.

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  • A Modern Addition to a Workers’ Cottage in Melbourne

    A Modern Addition to a Workers’ Cottage in Melbourne

    A small, dark worker's cottage in Melbourne is transformed into a modern home with a two-story, gable roofed addition.

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  • Windy Chien’s Journey to Becoming the Queen of Knots

    Windy Chien’s Journey to Becoming the Queen of Knots

    Windy Chien is best known for her project The Year of Knots, but she creates on a vast scale – palm-sized pieces to room-size installations.

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  • Listen to Episode 82 of Clever: David Schwarz of Hush Studios

    Listen to Episode 82 of Clever: David Schwarz of Hush Studios

    David Schwarz of Hush Studios talks to Clever about “seeking weird things to explore, make and build", company culture, and more.

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  • 7 Intricate Objects from Armory Art Fair Week

    7 Intricate Objects from Armory Art Fair Week

    We share 7 incredible artworks that stood out as the most intricate and magical objects we've seen lately.

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  • Where I Work: Beau Oyler of Enlisted Design

    Where I Work: Beau Oyler of Enlisted Design

    This Where I Work heads to Oakland, California, the home of Enlisted Design, a multidisciplinary design studio founded by Beau Oyler.

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  • An Eclectic, Monochromatic Apartment in Rouen, France by Dmitry Grinevich

    An Eclectic, Monochromatic Apartment in Rouen, France by Dmitry Grinevich

    Dmitry Grinevich designed this eclectic, monochromatic 4-room apartment for a family in the city of Rouen, France.

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  • The Geometric Stick Screen Born From a Collaboration Between Two Thai Companies

    The Geometric Stick Screen Born From a Collaboration Between Two Thai Companies

    Stick joins two different materials to create a decorative screen with a geometric pattern.

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  • 100 Plastic Bags Are Recycled Into One of These Beautiful Wireless Speakers

    100 Plastic Bags Are Recycled Into One of These Beautiful Wireless Speakers

    Waste materials destined for the landfill are turned into beautiful and unique marbled modular Bluetooth audio speakers.

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  • Børge Mogensen’s Contour Chair from 1949 Is Added to Carl Hansen & Son’s Collection

    Børge Mogensen’s Contour Chair from 1949 Is Added to Carl Hansen & Son’s Collection

    A sculptural lounge chair designed in 1949 is being brought back to life by Carl Hansen & Son.

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  • Wanderwall Brightens Up Charlotte’s Skyline

    Wanderwall Brightens Up Charlotte’s Skyline

    Wanderwall is a beacon on the Charlotte skyline, a display of rich and colorful gradients that speaks to the city's activity and growth.

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  • Open Call: Apply to Exhibit at Our Next Milk Stand Pop-Up Shop at ICFF 2019!

    Open Call: Apply to Exhibit at Our Next Milk Stand Pop-Up Shop at ICFF 2019!

    Think you’d be a great fit for our pop-up shop? Want to share your designs to an audience of 38,000+? Apply today!

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  • The Woodlark Hotel in Portland Becomes a Modern “House of Welcome”

    The Woodlark Hotel in Portland Becomes a Modern “House of Welcome”

    A modern hotel located in downtown Portland, Oregon, offering 150 rooms within a sophisticated and warm environment.

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  • Pro-Ject Audio Artist Collection Puts a Spin on Turntable Art

    Pro-Ject Audio Artist Collection Puts a Spin on Turntable Art

    Limited edition audiophile-grade turntables embellished with details and designs inspired by the music and musicians themselves.

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  • Friday Five with Brian McLaughlin

    Friday Five with Brian McLaughlin

    New York-based Brian McLaughlin, Design Director of ustwo, shares some of his creative endeavors and pastimes.

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