Ramblings, imagery and essays about design
Touch and Go
Robotic furniture sounds less far-fetched when Yves Béhar and the MIT Media Lab are involved.
New York mainstay Miya Shoji continues to hone the art of Japanese screen-making.
What’s the Twist Behind This Home’s Sinuous Staircase? Ordinary Plywood
A renowned architect transforms a 1920s home, drawing upon a palette of plywood and glass to dramatic effect.
Performing a New Production on a Worn Stage
There is a tired adage in architecture that the form of a building must follow its function.
Will the Furniture Revolution Be Livestreamed?
Alejandro Sticotti wants to make bookshelves and coatracks inexpensively—and for people to watch his team do it.