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Architect Series Dimmers

The right lighting can bring warmth and atmosphere to any room.
January 31, 2009
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The Farm Project

For the Farm Project, Mike Meiré abandoned the idea of the hyper-designed kitchen in favor of one where life—of all manners—happens.
January 30, 2009
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Open Sesame

Architect Justin Korhammer kept the hallway of this Manhattan bachelor pad free and clear with a kitchen that folds away with the precision of a Swiss Army Knife.
January 30, 2009
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Fuseproject

In the San Francisco offices of Yves Béhar’s industrial design and branding firm, the work environment 
suits the work.
January 28, 2009
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Intelligent Design

The future of the office is about 
providing a balanced response to 
the environment and the person 
in the office—–or at home, in the park, 
on a plane, or wherever the “office” happens to be.
January 28, 2009
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Skylab

The distinction between professional 
and personal life has blurred.
January 28, 2009
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Vitra

The conventional version of the
open-plan office is now regarded as a failure.
January 28, 2009
The butchers at Drewes Bros. Meats put chef's knives to the test and hand you the one that's cut above the rest.

Butcher Josh Epple Reviews 7 Chef's Knives

With our airwaves packed with celebrity chefs, Americans are proving to have a solid appetite for what Julia Child would call cuisine—at least on television.
January 28, 2009
Architect Thom Faulders dubbed this Potrero Hill home renovation and expansion the Deform House because the pattern of lines on the ceiling “visually deforms the ceiling plane into a shifting presence of valleys and bulges.”

Cutting Edge

Asked to design a space for an art collector whose body and walls were already covered in decoration, architect Thom Faulders capped off the project by creating a piece of art out of an often-overlooked canvas: the ceiling.
January 26, 2009
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