Uhuru's scrap-wood creations caught our eye at BKLYN Designs last year, and at this year's festivities, their Stoolen Lite low table was once again a crowd pleaser. The round coffee table, constructed of
While attending BKLYN Designs this weekend, we were surprised to come across a Brooklyn-based design company creating furniture which bears much more than a passing resemblance to our friends Scrapile.
Past a certain age, skateboards become less and less commonplace, and are not usually found at furniture fairs. But Daniel Moyer's, unique FunkinFunction skateboard is truly a board worth highlighting-
Molo Designs' flexible honeycomb paper furniture has been a long time favorite of Inhabitat, starting back when we first discovered them in 2005 at ICFF, all the way to the Inhabitat Editors Choice Award
It's time for another HauteGreen sneak peak, and this time we'd like to bring to you the fabulous RD4 chair by Richard G. Liddle and Sarah Blood from UK based Cohda designs. This truly eye-popping chair,
In coordination with this year's HauteGreen exhibition during New York Design Week, Inhabitat will be hosting a star-studded panel discussion surrounding the topic of using reclaimed materials in design.
In case you missed it last year, the sustainable design show HauteGREEN debuted last May in Brooklyn, highlighting the beauty of ecological design - and it was a smashing success. This year, we are happy