Interior Design's Annual Compilation of Design, Art, and Fashion

Studio Drift’s concrete Drifter floats in a gallery at Helsinki’s Amos Rex art museum by JKMM Architects, winner of the IIDA Interior Design Competition. Photography by Tuomas Uusheimo.

In Guangzhou, China, home-furnishings showroom Suofeiya Workshop by Leaping Creative features a central showcase that nods to the manufacturer’s custom fabrication process. Photography by Zaohui Huang.

Some of the ceramic candleholders Dutch design duo Kiki&Joost handmade each day during the COVID-19 lockdown. Photography courtesy of Kiki & Joost Design Studio.

At Sonia Boyajian’s Los Angeles jewelry boutique and workshop by Studio Shamshiri, the palette, materials, and displays were inspired by those found at Georgia O’Keeffe’s New Mexico home. Photography by Stephen Busken. 

The rope Augmented Grounds by Soomeen Hahm, Jaeheon Jung, And Yumi Lee, the winning installation at the 2020 International Garden Festival in Grand-Métis, Quebec. Photography by Jean-Cristophe Lemay.

A Joaquim Tenreiro dining table, Pierre Yovanovich rug, Jeff Zimmerman chandelier, Serban Ionescu sculpture, and Sergio Rodrigues chairs form a vignette in “An Affair to Remember” by R & Company, on view at the New York gallery. Photography by Joe Kramm/R & Company.

The mixed-media Soundsuit by Nick Cave is featured in reception at the Roc Nation headquarters in New York, designed by Jeffrey Beers International. Photography by Eric Laignel. 

At the Standard London by Orms, Shawn Hausman Design, and Archer Humphryes Architects, an elevator cab rises up the cast-concrete facade to Decimo, the hotel’s penthouse restaurant. Photography by Timothy Soar.

Wooden glyphs by Matter Design are the foundation of an outdoor “play-lab” for the project-based learning curriculum at the Grayson School in Radnor, Pennsylvania. Photography by Brandon Clifford/Matter Design Studio.

Wooden glyphs by Matter Design are the foundation of an outdoor “play-lab” for the project-based learning curriculum at the Grayson School in Radnor, Pennsylvania. Photography by Brandon Clifford/Matter Design Studio.

Wooden glyphs by Matter Design are the foundation of an outdoor “play-lab” for the project-based learning curriculum at the Grayson School in Radnor, Pennsylvania. Photography by Brandon Clifford/Matter Design Studio.

A custom 3D printed flamingo lamp stands in a guest-room corridor at the Parkzoo Xiangyuan Hangzhou hotel in China by X+Living. Photography by Shao Feng. 

An untitled sculpture by Sam Gilliam in stained plywood and aluminum is part of “Existed Existing” at Pace Gallery in New York. Photography courtesy of Sam Gilliam and Pace Gallery. 

Pillars of Dreams, a permanent pavilion in ultrathin aluminum by Marc Fornes/TheVeryMany, stands outside the Valerie C. Woodard Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. Photography by Naaro.

In the VIP lounge at Gagarin Airport in Saratov, Russia by Vox Architects, a custom children’s “capsule” references the Vostok 1 space flight 60 years ago. Photography by Sergey Ananiev. 

A tree slice sculpture by Michel François enlivens a break-out area at the New York headquarters of the law firm Milbank by LSM. Photography by Eric Laignel. 

Locked in a Dark Calm, a collage and graphite on paper by Tameca Cole, is part of “Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration” at MoMA PS1 in Queens, New York. Photography courtesy of the Museum of Modern Art.

Amdavad Ni Gufa Gallery, Balkrishna Doshi's 1994 collaboration with M.F. Husain in Ahmedabad, India, appeared in “Balkrishna Doshi: Architecture for the People” at Wrightwood 659 in Chicago. Photography by Iwan Baan. 

Residents, artists, and elected officials banded together on June 13 to paint this mural along Fulton Street in Brooklyn, resembling the one painted near the White House a week earlier. Photography by Paul Frangipane/Brooklyn Paper. 

Rockwell Group's outdoor-dining solution for Buddakan restaurant in New York evokes the bustling stalls at Tokyo’s Tsukiji fish market. Photography by Emily Andrews.

For Indiesigns, part of Indiewalls, independent artists have created lively COVID-19 safety signs that also adhere to CDC guidelines for use in small-business, corporate, and hospitality settings, including this one by Susana Paz. Photography courtesy of Indiesigns.

Ajmer Highway, an oil on linen by Lily Stockman, was among 22 new paintings created during the pandemic lockdown for “Seed, Stone, Mirror, Match” at New York’s Charles Moffett gallery. Photography by Lily Stockman/Charles Moffett.

Cross-laminated timber ceiling panels run above linoleum and carpet in the bowling alley at the Kegelbahn Wülknitz sports complex in Germany by KO/OK Architektur. Photography by Simon Menges. 

Wimberly Interiors senior vice president and global managing director Margaret McMahon navigated the lockdown by arranging, photographing, and posting on Instagram monochromatic color boards made from household objects. Photography by Margaret McMahon. 

Done pro-bono, a former choir loft turned mezzanine library by Michael K Chen features a custom white-oak unit and 1,200 books for the children and parents of Concourse House, a Bronx, New York, shelter. Photography by Alan Tansey.

Adhesive film, textiles, and plastic laminate come together in the children’s section of the Donald Dungan Library in Costa Mesa, California by Johnson Favaro. Photography by Eric Laignel. 

A 45-ton custom steel shelving system holds over 1,000 volumes of international poetry at Sinan Books in Shanghai by Wutopia Lab. Photography by CreatAR Images.

A spring/summer 2020 upcycled patchwork dress and headpiece by Viktor & Rolf and Shay Ashual with Yevgeniy Koramblyum appear in “About Time: Fashion and Duration” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Photography courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

At the Church of Beatified Restituta in Brno, Czech Republic by Atelier Štepán, the circular floor plan represents eternity and the rainbow streaming through the upper annular window of foiled glass panels symbolizes God. Photography by Marek Stepan/BoysPlayNice. 

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