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Explore - Culture
For a traveling exhibition that kicked off last year at Connecticut’s Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, curators Jessica Hough and Mónica Ramírez-Montagut sought out artistic...
The current popularity of German architect Jürgen Mayer has as much to do with the Internet as with the innovative aesthetics that his office has pursued. Mayer’s quirkily geometric...
Originally published in 1973, this hand-lettered guide to all things nomadic, portable, sit-on-able, and made of wood has finally made it back into print. From toy chests to benches that fold out...
Photographer Joshua Lutz describes the bleak New Jersey Meadowlands as “a 32-square-mile stretch of sweeping wilderness that evokes morbid fantasies of Mafia hits and buried remains.”...
If information comes in all shapes and sizes, then we’ll always need a new way to graph it. This hefty look at construction maps, workflow process diagrams, website-linkage charts, family...
Expatriate architect Thomas Daniell, now a resident in Kyoto, takes us on a historical and spatial tour of his adopted home country. Part architectural handbook, part critical look at contemporary...
It’s rare that a book about self-described “eccentric architecture” is worth taking a look at, but Strike a Pose is a refreshing exception. Want surging roof lines, heaving...
The United States needs a guide like this: 100 often sarcastic, frequently impossible, but reliably thought-provoking ideas for urban and architectural improvements throughout Germany. Proposing...
This new collection of interviews, conducted by Robert A. M. Stern and edited by Kazys Varnelis, gives us a glimpse of a more personal side to the Pritzker Prize–winning American architect...
Some of the coolest architecture in the world is actually off-world: hovering above us in space, placed into orbit by international space programs both public and private. These satellites and...
Suspend this stoneware feeder in the front yard and give your feathered friends a totally tubular treat. Avian alighters can feast upon seeds or simply settle for a spin in the breeze.
Dutch bike culture is beyond ubiquitous. In Holland, you’re just as likely to cruise the cobbled streets on two wheels as two feet, and there’s an almost equal ratio of pedals to people...
LIghter than air and useful beyond belief, these cork bowls can hold any manner of sundries and can withstand a good drubbing as well. Clean up is a snap, too—all it takes is a little hot...
Narrated by Dustin Hoffman, VISUAL ACOUSTICS celebrates the life and career of Julius Shulman, the world’s greatest architectural photographer, whose images brought modern...
Avva’s answer to the “bigger than a breadbasket?” query depends on when you’re asking. The colorful 100-percent wool felt container arrives flat-packed, but come dinnertime,...
Few contemporary architects are as revered, reviled, and ultimately celebrated as the Dutch designer Rem Koolhaas. The new film Rem Koolhaas: A Kind of Architect by directors Markus Heidingsfelder...
Dish drainer in 18/10 stainless steel with cutlery drainer in thermoplastic resin. This item is part of the “A tempo” family, designed by Pauline Deltour.
Each model may be easily disassembled for storage. Part of Ernest Perera Aurea collection for Delica.
The stainless steel dish drainer by Ikea is part of the Ordning collection by Mikael Warnhammar for Ikea.