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Monster Mash

Friedman Benda’s booth at the Salon Art + Design fair was full of fun experiments. Lithuanian designer Barbora Žilinskaitė took after Mary Shelley in envisioning Storyteller, a plywood shelving unit that features two hands as doors. With its gentle curves, the friendly design subverts the typical monster tale.

Photo: Bascom Photography
Just Like A Pill

It’s time to write the living room a prescription for a bottle of uppers. Originally a textile designer, Boston’s Tom Lerental recently began translating her mood-boosting patterns into the third dimension using moulds and casting. The idea proved to be a winner: Lerental’s pill-like Scene tiles helped her take home WantedDesign...

Designers Are Conducting Their Own Science Experiments — With Interesting Results

Emboldened by recent milestones in vaccine research, furniture makers devise their own biological forms.

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