In February, Murray Moss closed his landmark SoHo design emporium to open a smaller headquarters. Now he’s pursuing a new agenda: marrying art and design in a 21st-century Wunderkammer.
While trawling Etsy for to find some vintage collectibles, these items stood out for their affordability and good looks. So in the event that you can't scour through flea markets and antique stores this weekend, scroll down for a look at these seven finds, all priced at just $60 or less. (If any catch your eye, be sure to check in with the seller to verify condition and provenance.)
The main course of a meal might receive the oohs and aahs, but as any host or hostess will attest, it’s the beverages that fuel a party and get the conversation going. This selection of barware will surely make your next gathering the talk of the town.
Among the first Passive Houses in France, this bamboo-clad farmhouse by the Parisian firm Karawitz Architecture brings a bit of green to tiny Bessancourt.
Kids' rooms often tread transitionary territory when it comes to modern design. What might be good for a five-month-old may not work well to when he or she is five years old. The residents of these seven houses found ways to accommodate their growing broods while still maintaining their unique aesthetic sensibilities (ie. not succumbing to a toy-strewn existence). With clever space-efficient structures that subdivide rooms to ample storage that makes it easy for kids to clean up after themselves to bright textiles that can easily be swaped out when the wee one no longer likes them, there's no shortage of ingeneuity in the slideshow that follows, a follow-up to our popular round-up from 2009.
Edmonton architect Vivian Manasc’s 19th-story rooftop penthouse is a bright spot—and a model green building—in a city where downtown living is rare.
Recipes, 1930s homesteader cabins, murals, and more in our round-up of the most clickable links from the week.
For many, cell phones have become the convenient mode of calling. But for the times when a landline is necessary, is your phone stuck in the rotary age? Enter the DP 01 by Jasper Morrison for Punkt., a slim cordless handset cradled in a base that can be wall mounted or laid flat. With three color options, visual voicemail, a robust phone book system, and an integrated answering machine, this overhaul of one of the first modern devices would be a smart addition to any interior.