Star architect Kengo Kuma has applied his talent for unconventional shape and materials to the running brand Asics
Bookniture makes items for booklovers, and their Wisdom Tree is a stylish stand for you to rest your books, like an evergreen of reading.
This molded wood Conch chair has an ergonomic shell that also houses a useful storage place under the seat.
Blending vintage, fuzzy photos together in surreal, clever ways, artist Mohanad Shuraideh takes us on an amusing visual journey.
Train your future Paleontologist well with this new LEGO set all about dinosaur fossils. The 910-piece collection lets you create a series of posable, scientifically-accurate dinosaur species, making it tons of fun, and educational.
Ever salivated over a wool bagel before? We hadn't either, yet artist Kate Jenkin's creations are so detailed and delicious looking, we couldn't help ourselves.
The Hero Arm is a remarkable bionic prosthetic that offers a great range of motion and fine motor skills, at a breakthrough price.
An elegant circular bike path was built this summer an hour outside of Brussels, and lets cyclists ride up a gently sloping ramp to a height of 30+ feet, giving them a view of the tree canopy.
Vollebak is a company known for pushing the limits of materials and technology to absurd levels, to create items that haven't existed before.
Consider the year 2035. It's actually not that far off. Rolls Royce wants your future transportation to whisk you to your destination in distinct style.
If you're encouraged by the transition to a cleaner future, you're not alone. Dozens of electric car startups have been working hard toward to goal of electric mobility. Canoo is one of those startups, and they officially announced their first vehicle this …
Luigi Colani died this week at age 91, and with him, we've lost an idiosyncratic and fabulously unique design mind. His work spanned many decades and many industries, from automotive to aeronautical, to consumer goods, like cameras and other devices.
One of the largest private yachts on the planet, Octopus is 414 feet long, has eight decks, room for 30 guests and over 60 staff.
Design studio PriestmanGoode has a clever and good-looking collection of in-cabin service trays, containers and cups that eliminate wasteful plastic.