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  1. Modern Los Angeles Bungalow Renovation
    House Tours

    Modern Los Angeles Bungalow Renovation

    When artists Ramona Trent and Anthony Pearson teamed up with architects Escher GuneWardena for a full-scale renovation, they bestowed a remarkable view upon an unremarkable bungalow.

    written by: Mimi Zeiger
    photos by: Noah Webb
    09.18.10

  2. Berwick High Back Armchair

    Berwick High Back Armchair

    Matthew Hilton looked to the work of industrial design legend Vico Magistretti to create this comfortable, clean-lined armchair for British brand SCP. Its European hardwood frame, natural ash glide...

  3. Dupont Corian Design Studio- Make an Appointment Now

    Dupont Corian Design Studio- Make an Appointment Now

    Located in the Flatiron District of New York City, the 5,000-square-foot Dupont™ Corian® Studio was created to inspire and ignite interest in the imaginative applications of Corian®...

    09.17.10

  4. Restaurants of Cass Calder Smith
    Food

    Restaurants of Cass Calder Smith

    Architecture and food are both best when experienced first-hand, so what better way is there to celebrate the restaurant designs of CCS Architecture than by joining in on an eating tour with the...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    09.17.10

  5. Friday Finds 9.17.2010
    Week in Review

    Friday Finds 9.17.2010

    Happy Friday, all. We close the week with our favorite Interwebbian finds, featuring everything from big old trampolines to jaunty paper hats.

    written by: Amanda Dameron
    09.17.10

  6. Speed Limits at the Wolfsonian
    Event Spotlight

    Speed Limits at the Wolfsonian

    It's easy to forget, considering how much technology we interact with today, that the roots of modernism have everything to do with making sense of the machine. The industrial machine offered modes...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    09.17.10

  7. Re-Trouvé Table

    Re-Trouvé Table

    Reminiscent of fish scales or a delicate lace skirt, this Patricia Urquiola–designed table is deceptively solid and, thankfully, able to support the weight of a breakfast spread or full dinner.

  8. Czech Trek at the Biennale
    Travel Reports

    Czech Trek at the Biennale

    Out of all of the exhibits at the Venice Biennale this year, I spent the most time sitting and playing inside the pavilion of the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Along with being interactive, dynamic,...

    written by: Tiffany Chu
    photos by: Tiffany Chu
    09.16.10

  9. Modern Architecture Hill Climb: Bicycle Ride

    Modern Architecture Hill Climb: Bicycle Ride

    Gear up and join architects David Baker and Robin Levitt and planner Rob Bregoff for a guided ride past some of the city’s most spectacular post-earthquake homes. The tour will focus on...

    09.16.10

  10. SFMoMA Expansion Predictions
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    SFMoMA Expansion Predictions

    This week, Snøhetta principals Craig Dykers and Kjetil Thorsen visited the City by the Bay to hint at what's in store for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art expansion. Though initial...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    09.16.10

  11. Buckyballs

    Buckyballs

    Can't. Stop. Playing. With. Buckyballs. Seriously, since this set of mind-blowing magnets landed on our desk a couple days ago, it's been nearly impossible to put them down. Each of the little tiny...

    $29.95

  12. Lost in Nature: The Architecture of Jarmund/Vigsnæs

    Lost in Nature: The Architecture of Jarmund/Vigsnæs

    Lost in Nature features a collection of work by the Oslo-based architectural firm Jarmund/Vigsnæs. Through photographs and models, the exhibition highlights architectural projects that focus...

    09.15.10

  13. Dwell at Architecture and the City
    Event Spotlight

    Dwell at Architecture and the City

    Indian summer is all well and good, though in San Francisco the real treat of September is the SF AIA's Architecture and the City festival. It runs the gamuts from tours to lectures to talks, and...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    09.15.10

  14. A Fine Vintage
    Green

    A Fine Vintage

    At age 34, Philip M. Isaacson commissioned architect F. Frederick Bruck to design a home for him and his wife. That was 1959. Five decades later, he still lives 
in his ideal home—and very...

    photos by: Eric Roth
    09.15.10

  15. Timing 2010–Biennale of Landscape Urbanism

    Timing 2010–Biennale of Landscape Urbanism

    The city of Bat Yam, Israel, will host “Timing 2010” its second Biennale of Landscape Urbanism. With experimental architecture, art, design, site-specific installations, and landscape...

    09.15.10

  16. Greenseal Vacuum Lids

    Greenseal Vacuum Lids

    Attention leftover lovers and chefs with excess! If your tupperware cupboard looks anything like ours, it's a nightmare just thinking about trying to match top and bottom and find a container that...

    £14.99

  17. Bangkok's Storied Shophouses
    Event Spotlight

    Bangkok's Storied Shophouses

    Cities and countries have many faces, and the one known to travelers and foreigners often differs from that of the everyday. In his photo series "Shophouses" German photographer Peter...

    written by: Diana Budds
    photos by: Peter Nitsch
    09.14.10

  18. Highly Accessible
    House Tours

    Highly Accessible

    Having lived in, and loved, a modern house built in 1954 in Seattle’s Magnolia neighborhood since buying it in 1996, architect Karen Braitmayer and her husband, marine mechanic David Erskine,...

    written by: Erika Heet
    photos by: Kathryn Barnard
    09.14.10

  19. New York Handkerchief

    New York Handkerchief

    If you're turned around and need a little help visualizing that the Bronx is up and the Battery's down, this handy cotton handkerchief from Muji just might get you going in the right direction....

    $8.50

  20. The Full Spectrum: Herman Miller

    The Full Spectrum: Herman Miller

    In the final installment of our video series on color theory, senior editor Aaron Britt heads to Zeeland, Michigan, to tour Herman Miller's headquarters and get the skinny on color and material...

    09.13.10

  21. Nature/Data at Industry Gallery
    Event Spotlight

    Nature/Data at Industry Gallery

    On Saturday, Industry Gallery in Washington DC opened the show Nature/Data to showcase the work of the New York–based Italian architect and furniture designer Antonio Pio Saracino. Taking the...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    09.13.10

  22. Inside Woodshop
    Travel Reports

    Inside Woodshop

    We trekked to San Francisco's foggy Outer Sunset neighborhood to check out Woodshop, a collective of four artist and designers who came together through a shared interest in craft, design, and...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    09.13.10

  23. Odegard Fall Sale

    Odegard Fall Sale

    Odegard is having its fall sale at the New York Design Center September 14-16. They will be offering up to 70% Off samples, overstock, discontinued, and one of a kind rugs, furniture and...

    09.13.10

  24. Colombina Champagne Flute

    Colombina Champagne Flute

    After attending two weddings in the span of a single week, we've got champagne on the brain, big time. Rather than risk drying out completely, we'll spend our Monday lovingly eying the unfussy...

    $132.00

  25. "Fare" Trade Furniture
    Event Spotlight

    "Fare" Trade Furniture

    As Andy Freeberg perused Chelsea's galleries he noticed an interesting phenomenon: at some of the most prominent galleries, the only human presence was a person's head poking from the top of an...

    written by: Diana Budds
    photos by: Andy Freeberg
    09.12.10

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