6 Energy Saving Skylights
If this looks like late-night television infomercial fodder, there’s a good reason—it is. But all snobbery aside, the FURemover’s rubber bristles serve an essential purpose (especially for pet owners) that other house-hold brooms do not—whisking away the pesky dog hair, loose carpet pile, and ever-present lint that clump around the living room like fluffy flotsam.
- It’s not unusual for New Yorkers to have problems with their neighbors; after all, many a co-op brawl has started over a little late-night noise.
- These four pairs of modern dwellings and their past counterparts explore the evolution of architectural styles through the ages.
What if your bedside table was not sitting on the floor (a magnet for stubbed toes and dust bunnies), but was instead attached to the wall and suspended at pillow level? The Studio Shelf from Denmark's Ferm Living takes a classic pitched-roof shape and creates a little home for your glasses, chapstick, or mug of Ovaltine, keeping them close at hand for late-night fumblings. We also love the idea of resting a book on the gable, as seen in the image below.
- David Sarti's little red house in Seattle's sleepy Central District proves that a bit of land, ambition, and carpentry know-how can go a long way.
- Steve Martin is widely credited with the off-handed critical cut: "Writing about music is like dancing about architecture." And though modern dance troupes have taken up just that subject…
- Listening to your favorite music—–from that “Blame It on the Rain” cassingle to an 8-track of Tusk—–used to be a pretty straightforward task.
- We combed through our archives to present this pictorial ode to one of the most high-traffic spaces in the house—the bathroom.