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  1. Down-to-Earth Design Online
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    Down-to-Earth Design Online

    I recently happened upon the website of Pedlars, a family-run design shop based in rural Scotland. Run by the husband-and-wife team of Charlie and Caroline Gladstone, the company started out as a...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    08.23.10

  2. Maine Modern: 50 Years of Modern Architecture in Maine

    Maine Modern: 50 Years of Modern Architecture in Maine

    Maine is known more for its 10 million miles of uninhabited woodland, lobsters, and the Shingle Style architecture of John Calvin Stevens than its contemporary architecture, but Maine Modern at...

    08.23.10

  3. Andrea Rug

    Andrea Rug

    For a geometric touch of grey in the living room, look no further than Ikea's Andrea rug. The hand-woven, 100% pure new wool floor covering has a naturally durable thick pile that will withstand...

    $199.00

  4. New Cottages at Fallingwater
    Event Spotlight

    New Cottages at Fallingwater

    This weekend, Design Competition: New Cottages at Fallingwater exhibition closes at the Heinz Architectural Center at Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh. Earlier this year, the Western...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    08.22.10

  5. Ceramic Egg Rack

    Ceramic Egg Rack

    We own one of these ceramic cartons, but don't actually keep it anywhere near the eggs. It's the perfect spot to store earrings on our side table, and we're positive it would make an equally...

    $11.00

  6. Triangle House Tours
    House Tours

    Triangle House Tours

    On October 2 the American Institute of Architects (AIA) will host the inaugural East Coast residential design home tour.  The Triangle Tour will take place between the hours of 10am-6pm in...

    written by: Hanni Chehak
    08.20.10

  7. Michigan: Day One
    Travel Reports

    Michigan: Day One

    As I noted last week via the blog and Twitter, and my colleague Amanda so aptly showed in this slideshow, I was in Michigan last week. It was my first trip to the state and I had a...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    08.20.10

  8. Friday Finds 8.20.2010
    Week in Review

    Friday Finds 8.20.2010

    This week we've got gilded coffins, adorable talking shells, ruminations on the history of computer iconography, sustainable furniture finds, and more. Take a look.

    written by: Amanda Dameron
    08.20.10

  9. Bananagrams

    Bananagrams

    Does your pulse race at the sight of a Scrabble match in progress? Heart beat fast when Boggle is near? Is Words With Friends cutting into your real live social life? (ed note: Yes to all of the...

    $14.99

  10. Growing Home New Orleans
    Outdoor

    Growing Home New Orleans

    Five years after Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans still houses to up to 70,000 vacant lots. Two years ago, however, the city put a plan into place to help residents revive their neighborhoods. The...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    08.19.10

  11. The Red House, Paris
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    The Red House, Paris

    Ten years ago, there was a petite house in the Bastille area of Paris that sat tucked away behind the boulevard, surrounded on all four sides by a deserted factory. Today, that little house still...

    written by: Tiffany Chu
    photos by: Tiffany Chu
    08.19.10

  12. The Incredible Rope Machine

    The Incredible Rope Machine

    We suspect there might be two kinds of people on this old earth of ours: Those who see the Incredible Rope Machine and deeply, desperately want one, and those who don't. We fall into the former...

    $45.00

  13. The Future of Solar?
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    The Future of Solar?

    The Brooklyn–based start-up SMIT (Sustainably Minded Interactive Technology) was formed in 2005 by the brother and sister team of Samuel and Teresita Cochran. Their goal: to invent a hybrid...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    08.18.10

  14. Inside the Herman Miller Headquarters
    Travel Reports

    Inside the Herman Miller Headquarters

    As part of our ongoing feature The Full Spectrum, a video series that focuses on color theory, we were invited to get a personal tour of the famed Herman Miller headquarters in Holland, Michigan....

    written by: Amanda Dameron
    photos by: Amanda Dameron
    08.18.10

  15. Newton Cream and Sugar Set

    Newton Cream and Sugar Set

    Gravity gets a starring role in Finnish designer Tanja Sipila's aptly-named Newton cream and sugar set. The small porcelain dish that cradles the cubes will tilt when the milk is poured.

    $48.00

  16. Another Country Launches
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    Another Country Launches

    Another Country is a new furniture company owned by Paul de Zwart, the founding publisher of Wallpaper magazine. The pieces are produced by hand in a small workshop in Dorset, England, made of...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    08.18.10

  17. Factory Direct
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    Factory Direct

    Ask anybody who has held so much as a bud vase from Heath Ceramics about the pottery’s charms, and you’re likely to encounter the kind of adoration reserved for treasured family...

    written by: Jordan Kushins
    photos by: Dustin Aksland
    08.17.10

  18. Living in a Mini House
    House Tours

    Living in a Mini House

    When San Francisco–based architect Christi Azevedo and her partner bought an investment property in Oakland, what was billed in real estate listings as a 'detached garage' turned out to be a...

    written by: Jaime Gillin
    08.17.10

  19. Farmstead Restaurant
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    Farmstead Restaurant

    In 2009, Ted Hall was producing his own certified-organic wine, growing olives that he turned into extra-virgin olive oil, raising cattle for grass-fed beef, and harvesting heirloom fruits and...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    photos by: Kristen Loken
    08.17.10

  20. Spun Chair

    Spun Chair

    Just looking at this picture of Spun does not do the chair—which is absolutely, positively interactive—justice. It's a pretty remarkable feat of engineering that looks like a heck of a...

  21. Invisible–The Origin of Product Identity

    Invisible–The Origin of Product Identity

    The 2010 Alvar Aalto Design Seminar focuses on the design process—something that does not show in the final product. Some questions that will be explored include: what goes into the design of...

    08.16.10

  22. Coast to Coast

    Coast to Coast

    If you're tempted by our Buyers' Guides in the current Make It Yours special issue but want to go "kick the tires," we've compiled a map of shops and showrooms in cities across the...

    08.16.10

  23. Heath Ceramics' Winter Collection
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    Heath Ceramics' Winter Collection

    Though it's only August, holiday gear is already on its way (the New York International Gift Fair kicked off August 14). What's caught our eye is Heath Ceramics' new Winter 2010 collection&mdash...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    08.16.10

  24. Constructed Landscapes: Mark Baugh-Sasaki

    Constructed Landscapes: Mark Baugh-Sasaki

    In this solo exhibition, Mark Baugh-Sasaki presents sculptural works integrating video and photography. Combining the organic with the industrial, and the technological with the artistic, the works...

    08.16.10

  25. Phucisme: Childhood Memories

    Phucisme: Childhood Memories

    Phucisme is presenting their first collection, "Childhood Memories," during the Formland design fair. Illustrations from the Japanese artist AKIRA and new designs from Japanese jewerly...

    08.16.10

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