An exceptionally sleek and modern home in Spain makes us wonder, what is too minimal? We explore the Hofmann House.
Some of the world's most famous architectural structures have been revisited by a gothic sensibility, exploring how they would change.
A look at the bold and colorful fashion portraiture of photographer Elizaveta Porodina.
Some fun and quirky illustrations by Cabeza Patata for the New York Times Style section.
Nicholas Baker is a designer whose prolific series on Instagram, #nickschairsketches, explores his wild and whimsical chair design.
Great architecture can speak for itself, but when photographed just right, it comes alive in a way that adds a whole different dimension. These captures by photographer Nick Frank are great because of their clean composition, and the strong white blue contrast.
Whether you like the music of this mainly church dwelling instrument or not, you have to admit, those are some nice pipes.
In the style reminiscent of Charley Harper, British illustrator Neil Stevens channels a mid-century design spirit in this series of postage stamps. The colors are bright and bold, and the animal shapes simplified to make geometric forms.
Berlin-based Studio Rem has a new collection of house planters, with a frosted glass top that resembles a foggy forest setting. The globe-like design, called Nebl, makes your plants delightfully cozy and intriguing, and encourages the viewer to take a closer look. …
Located in Washington State's Cascade Mountains, Tumble Creek Cabin is a sleek modern interpretation of a cabin, utilizing eco-friendly materials and technology inside and out.
Andres Reisinger's architectural renderings are dreamlike and surrealist in nature, showcasing airy, minimalist restraint.
Danish artist Maria Grønlund has a knack for smooth, fluid shapes and forms, and a style that calls to mind fire, fluids, ink and lush greens.
German photographer Ben Gowertt has a way of transforming the ordinary into something ghostly and otherworldly. His series Ex Glory/Planetary Shining explores trees that have been shifted to look skeletal white, almost like through an x-ray machine.