A home restored to its mid-century charm houses this Brazilian design firm. Greco Design decided to use what was already available to get inspiration in re-designing their new location.
An old basement space without windows was revamped into the ultimate design education experience. Old shipping doors were turned into enormous windows to bring in the light and offer a view of Savannah's port.
Heat, a San Francisco agency, makes its workplace feel more like a home. Instead of taking the corporate, cubicle route, they decided to give the room a little inspiration of their own.
Featured in the May issue of HOW, Peanut Butter & Jelly, with offices in Cincinnati and Columbus, OH, is a truly multidisciplinary creative firm. Led by partners Micah Paldino and B. Emmit Jones, PB&J, as it’s known by friends, focuses on design, public relations and social media for both national and local brands. “We...
After working together at a large agency for 8 years, Wendy Ruyle and Diana Lillicrap decided to go out on their on and create the kind of design firm they’d always wanted to work for.
Jessica Walsh and Stefan Sagmeister introduce a new project—a set of message cards that you can hand out in social situations, printed on heavy paper stock.
Creativity knows no boundaries. HOW showcases international design firms in five different countries, spanning multiple continents. Get a taste of international design from around the globe.
He's created murals for the likes of Facebook and Google. Meet Ian Ross, a San Francisco-based artist who is inspired by graffiti. Read this Q&A for how Ross honed his skills in this direction.
In HOW's March 2013 issue, we profile San Francisco-based design firm Office. Here, the Office team shares their 7-point manifesto for success.
Illustrator and designer Tad Carpenter has wowed us before. Check out his project, Sad Santa, an illustrated children's book and interactive site that's playful inside and out.