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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...
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...
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...
We've been big fans of Kitsune Noir's creative collaborations (and the culture blog by the same name, run by Bobby Solomon) for a while now, so it's no surprise that his latest endeavor is so...
Suspended from the ceiling as an aeronautic decoration or swooping around in the hands of your little one, this lacquered wood plane from Normann Copenhagen is a toy that takes good ol' imagination...
Attention turophiles! Specially designed to slice through your favorite hard and soft cheeses, this set of knives for Alessi will make serving goudas, bries, and manchegos a breeze. The collection...
Swap your Zs for +s. They'll make a nice addition to any boudoir.
These are sheer simplicity in a muted tone. The Heathered grey yarns woven into a soft cotton percale offer a nice bit of texture in a neutral hue.
The Yankees aren't the only ones who look good in pinstripes; this set of bedding from Unison is a handsome pick.
For those active sleepers who annoy their bunkmates, this clever duvet keeps the fight mano a mano.
Oneway is an understated option for those who prefer to let the rest of their bedroom decor do the talking. Soft 200tc 100% certified organically grown cotton percale
There's no reason that saving space and saving money must come at the expense of stylish living. Muji's compact sofa is sans-arms and super suitable for a tight-squeeze apartment or small guest...
What makes the Angle Shelf unique isn't necessarily what you choose to display on top, but instead what lies beneath: a geometric 3D form, sleek, structural and stuck to the wall. The bamboo...
Super deal alert! Maine-based artist Josh Brill is having a dot sale on some of his fantastic Flora Fauna prints. $10 will get you an 8"x10" that's the quality of the regular limited...
Target's done a pretty nice job of collaborating with big names to bring unique collections to their superstores, and we're digging the recent Liberty of London treatment given to a range of...
Cakes will come and cakes will go, but when it's time for a slice (or two), we're all for putting the sweet stuff up on a pedestal. Finnish designer Harri Koskinen created this glass stand for...
Try all you want to align the yellow, red, blue, orange, and green, but the only two colors that truly matter on the Rubik's Cruet are black and white. Salt and pepper come out when you twist the...
A simple shape and splash of color make this small stool from Seattle-based Chadhaus a surefire hit in pretty much any room of the house. It's made from locally sourced, sustainably harvested...
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...
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...
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.”...
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...
Russel Wright believed in taking the chore out of entertaining, making preparing food, dining, and even cleaning up afterwards all part of an easy-going, social experience. His iconic American...
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...