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  1. Silver Lake Chair

    Silver Lake Chair

    For the second season in a row, Patricia Urquiola designed one of our favorite Milan debuts that we're still ooohing and aaahing over. Last time it was the thick knits of Mangas, an über...

  2. Silver Mesh Office Drawer Organizer

    Silver Mesh Office Drawer Organizer

    Like the Viola organizers—and NFL running back Jerome Bettis—these mesh bins are on the larger side. Junk drawers accumulate mess from the careless tossing of miscellany, and these durable metal...

    $2.49

  3. Silverlake / Los Feliz Mid-Century Architecture Tour

    Silverlake / Los Feliz Mid-Century Architecture Tour

    The MAK Center will present its Architecture Tour 2009 by featuring seven mid-century residences dating from 1926 through 1964....

    08.06.09

  4. Simha Deep Paring Knife

    Simha Deep Paring Knife

    For those who are serious about slicing and dicing in the kitchen, this deep paring knife will most certainly do the trick. Designed with ergonomics in mind by Adam Simha, it can mince garlic as...

  5. Simon Ewings of Snøhetta at Stanford

    Simon Ewings of Snøhetta at Stanford

    Snøhetta project manager and senior architect Simon Ewings will speak at Standford on Thursday, October 6. The lecture outlines research projects that Snøhetta is involved in and...

    09.19.11

  6. Simon Key Bertman
    Profiles

    Simon Key Bertman

    Simon Key Bertman’s textile designs are a treat for the eyes, the brain, and the fingertips. His chunky woven patterns— as seen in his handwoven Chess throw —are inspired by optical patterns that...

    written by: Tiffany Orvet
    04.03.14

  7. Simon Pearce's Silver Lake Collection
    Product

    Simon Pearce's Silver Lake Collection

    Vermont-based glassmaker Simon Pearce has been responsible for some of the loveliest, most popular American-made glassware of the last couple decades. And the new Silver Lake collection, out now,...

    written by: Aaron Britt
    08.31.12

  8. Simple Belgian Furniture with a Sustainable Bent
    Product

    Simple Belgian Furniture with a Sustainable Bent

    Ethnicraft, a Belgian design company, debuts a new collection at ICFF this weekend that blends emotion and rationality, combining the warmth of teak, oak, and walnut woods with powerfully...

    written by: Emily Shapiro
    05.16.14

  9. Simple Division
    House Tours

    Simple Division

    A Tokyo architect’s shape-shifting apartment takes a holistic approach to live/work style.

    written by: Winifred Bird
    photos by: Ryohei Hamada
    02.13.12

  10. Simple, Concrete-and-Steel Fire Pit in Oakland
    Renovation

    Simple, Concrete-and-Steel Fire Pit in Oakland

    A fire pit adds a sophisticated touch to a home with a history.

    written by: Joanne Furio
    07.14.14

  11. Simple, Not Easy: The Eames Shell Chair
    Post

    Simple, Not Easy: The Eames Shell Chair

    The science and design behind the famous Eames shell chairs is pretty impressive. It goes to show that simple is not always easy and that good design endures.

    written by: Laure Joliet
    12.04.08

  12. Simply Sustainable
    Green

    Simply Sustainable

    Located in a hidden valley on the picturesque Izu Peninsula, a few hours west of Tokyo, the Watanabe Residence, designed by architect Tadashi Murai, looks more like an imposing black box propped...

    written by: Julian Worrall
    photos by: Alessio Guarino
    02.02.09

  13. Simrin Nature Coasters

    Simrin Nature Coasters

    While their hand-drawn graphics may depict the most delicate of dandelions, these vinyl coasters from Brooklyn-based Simrin can withstand beading from any beverage you choose.

    $44.00

  14. Simus the Rhino

    Simus the Rhino

    The rhinoceros is not to be trifled with—and this durable wooden version is a fitting representation of the powerful beast. Crafted of cut wood muscles ingeniously bound by hidden elastic bands,...

    $110.00

  15. Sing for Your Supper, Kid
    Post

    Sing for Your Supper, Kid

    Though it was released in 2006, lately I've been appreciating David Weeks' Sing Sing Dinner Plate. Purportedly a copy of the actual food-trays used at the Sing Sing Correctional Facility in...

    written by: David A. Greene
    01.12.09

  16. Singapore Apartment Renovation
    House Tours

    Singapore Apartment Renovation

    Paul and Elsa Seah, a lawyer and high school teacher living in Singapore, turned a 925-square-foot government housing flat—complete with bomb shelter—into a sleek but cozy home. The...

    written by: Margot Dougherty
    11.28.10

  17. Singapore Fling
    My House

    Singapore Fling

    In December 2007, Nicolette de Waart, her husband, Joost Dop, and their four children moved from Heemstede, the Netherlands, to Singapore. While Dop began his new job, De Waart set out to find...

    written by: Miyoko Ohtake
    photos by: Jasper James
    06.02.10

  18. Singing Birds

    $18.00

  19. Single-speed City Racer

    Single-speed City Racer

    Unisex: medium and large sizes

    $911.00

  20. Sir Nicholas Grimshaw
    Interviews

    Sir Nicholas Grimshaw

    "One of the good things about doing decent public design in a prominent place is that people look at it and say: Why can’t we have that everywhere?”  

    written by: Alec Appelbaum
    11.02.09

  21. Sit to Be Fit
    Green

    Sit to Be Fit

    If you ask Thomas Robertson, the difference between actively green houses and his passively sustainable Courtyard House is the difference between “a solar-powered yacht and a sailboat.

    01.01.09

  22. Site of Sound: Of Architecture and the Ear Vol. 2

    Site of Sound: Of Architecture and the Ear Vol. 2

    The anticipated follow-up to volume one from 1999, this anthology explores the space between sound and architecture, from "acoustical technologies" to public art and urban planning. Plus,...

    $27.00

  23. Site of the Day: Ladies and Gentlemen Studio
    Product

    Site of the Day: Ladies and Gentlemen Studio

    Founded by Dylan Davis and Jean Lee, three-year-old Seattle design studio Ladies and Gentlemen has a small, but covetable collection of objects, jewelry, furniture, and lighting all made in the USA...

    written by: Olivia Martin
    05.30.13

  24. Site of the Day: Lightly
    Product

    Site of the Day: Lightly

    Australian home wares studio Lightly creates sweet and simple products.

    written by: Olivia Martin
    05.06.13

  25. Site of the Day: The Sweethome
    Product Reviews

    Site of the Day: The Sweethome

    Sister site to The Wirecutter (an electronic list of the best technology), The Sweethome spends hours accumulating the best housewares out there.

    written by: Olivia Martin
    06.03.13

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