Tiffany Jow is a writer and editor specializing in art, design, and culture. Currently the Features Director at Surface, she has contributed to a variety of print and digital publications including Architectural Digest, Art Review, Artsy, Cultured, Dwell, New York Magazine, Wallpaper*, and Wallpaper* City Guides. While earning her M.A. in London, she spent a year in the research department at the Victoria and Albert Museum and contributed to the 2011 exhibition "Postmodernism: Style and Subversion 1970–1990," curated by Glenn Adamson and Jane Pavitt. Later, she worked in the development office at the Museum of Arts and Design, where she managed corporate partnerships. She has also helped creative practitioners, including architects Tod Williams and Billie Tsien, implement their voice across platforms and articulate their mission, work, and process.

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This Renovated Phoenix Bungalow Is Bursting With Color and Geometric Details
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A Fun, Cost-Conscious Home With Bright Interiors and a Climbing Wall
Challenged to build a budget-friendly dream home, a Wyoming firm delivers a bold, beautiful box.