How the founders of Detroit Wallpaper have been turning wallpaper into art since 2004.
Bend creates wire furniture inspired by mid-century modern shapes and designs but with a subtle originality that grows with closer examination.
The Brooklyn-based textile studio creates hand-tied rugs, wallpaper and much more, designed from the original artwork of its founder, Shanan Campanaro.
Durability, sustainability, ergonomics, choice and availability used to be differentiators. Now they’re expected norms. To create furnishings that deliver something more, Coalesse designers rely on character and craft to improve your experience in ways you didn’t even know you were looking for.
Fatboy USA CEO Paula Masters discusses how Fatboy the Original bean bag became a global icon.
Modern teams—tasked with solving complex problems and helping organizations innovate—work less like a relay team, handing off work from one to another, and more like a hockey team, fast-paced and interconnected. They are hyper-collaborative. Chris Congdon, Editor of 360 Magazine, and Julie Barnhart-Hoffman, Steelcase researcher, explore what barriers these teams face and how to give them the control they need to succeed. Deep dive into this topic by reading New Work. New Rules.