T-Magazine‘s Spring Design Issue just hit newsstands this weekend, and my jaw dropped when I saw the Studio Job Bavaria cabinet in a spread about a family home in the Georgia countryside. I saw the cabinet at last year’s Moss party during ICFF and was obsessed with it then but wondered how it would work in […]
Entries Tagged as 'architecture'
April 4th, 2011 · 3 Comments
March 7th, 2011 · 4 Comments
Because the first two months of 2011 have been crazy! I got a new job(!), and Ryan and I moved to New York City! In less than a month, we packed up our entire apartment, scooped up the dog, and drove all of our belongings to our new home in New York — it was […]
November 18th, 2010 · Comments Off on dwell + arkitip = awesome limited edition prints.
Todd St. John To celebrate its 10th Anniversary Dwell magazine has paired with Arkitip to release illustrated prints by 10 different artists of 10 houses featured in past issues. The prints are limited in quantity and priced at $125 each. Click through to see more of my favorites.
October 27th, 2010 · Comments Off on the nowness takes us inside jeffrey deitch’s LA home.
I nearly squealed with delight when I saw the subject line “MOCA’s Jeffrey Deitch at home in Hollywood on NOWNESS.com” pop up in my inbox. I have secretly been hoping that someone would give us a peek into the home of LA’s most exciting new transplant and the new director of LA MOCA. Deitch has […]
October 1st, 2010 · 1 Comment
Photo taken from The New York Times. Excuse the title’s pun, it happened totally by accident, but then I liked it, so it stayed. Moving on. The San Francisco Patient and Resource Center could very well be the tipping point for the future of marijuana dispensaries. And that’s exactly what founder Erich Pearson wants. Pearson […]
October 1st, 2010 · 3 Comments
I love it when readers ask us for advice! Like a few days ago, when a young woman wrote us asking for suggestions on cool boutiques, neighborhoods, etc., to check out in Boston. She recently relocated to Boston from London (poor thing) to attend grad school and came across our site and thought we could point in her in the right direction. Most important on her list? A […]
September 17th, 2010 · Comments Off on michelberger hotel: berlin, germany.
I have finally realized that no matter the circumstance, within a few months of living anywhere, I am soon itching with cabin fever and anxiously mapping out each and every step of my fantasy travels across the world. Upon my latest mental adventure, the Michelberger Hotel in Berlin, Germany popped up on my radar and has […]
September 6th, 2010 · Comments Off on blob VB3.
Hatched from the minds of Belgian architectural firm, dmVA, this egg-shaped abode gives a new name to mobile homes worldwide. The easily transportable unit is made mostly of polyester and comes equipt with a bathroom, kitchen, bed, and multiple nooks and crannies for endless storage space. While the blob may not appear to be the […]
August 25th, 2010 · 1 Comment
Lovers of vintage books, prints, and posters; purveyors of bygone eras; and collectors of rarities will drop to their knees over Itis Edition. The Taiwan-based shop sells gently aged post-WWII industrial design books, catalogs, magazines, card sets, and manuals that also happen to be graphic design eye candy. These are my favorites . . . Above: The 35th Annual of […]
August 17th, 2010 · Comments Off on gary hustwit’s new film: urbanized.
He’s examined iconic typography and visual culture in Helvetica and provided the world an intimate look into the design of very basic things in Objectified. But everyone wants to know, what will Gary Hustwit document next? Fortunately, it looks like we won’t have to wait too long to find out. It was announced today that Hustwit is […]