Partisans, a Toronto architecture and design firm, devised innovative lighting panels that can be shaped and sculpted without restriction.
Moss & Lam uses a bygone craft technique to create the marbled finishes of the studio's stunning W1 tables.
With edges that are a mere one centimetre thick, the Ell is likely the sleekest, slickest bathroom sink you've ever seen.
Fireclay Tile of San Francisco recycles burned-out TVs into bright new tile.
Designer David Oakey's Net Effect Carpet Tile for Interface takes its raw material from discarded fishing nets and spins it into a beautiful flooring product.
Tangent Clock, by San Francisco's Scott Sullivan, turns the passage of time into artful expression.