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June 2016 Issue: Indoor/Outdoor Living

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Exceptional Homes That Celebrate Nature

June 2016, Vol.
Best in (Grad) Show 2016
Culled from art and design schools across the world, these top-notch student projects earned a spot on our honor roll.
Every Chair Tells a Story
Designer Yinka Ilori narrates his personal experience by creating upcycled chairs.
The New Zealand Native That's Taking Over Rotterdam
The sleek lighting designs of Sabine Marcelis are capturing the attention of fashion houses and architecture firms alike.
It's Alive! The Stained Glass That Mimics Photosynthesis
Marjan Van Aubel makes technology a little more natural.
The Globetrotting Designer That Takes on Challenges of All Scales
Size doesn't intimidate this ambitious designer.
The Moscow Minimalists
Crosby Studios just cares about the essentials.
Two Seats Are Better Than One
Designer Thom Fougere plays with scale and typology to create playful furniture.
When Good Graphic Design Translates to Great Objects
From flat to physical, Kristina Krogh masters every dimension.
A Shore Thing
You'll be surprised by what material Shore Rugs uses to create their colorful designs.
A Kubrick-Esque Farmhouse Kicks Its Fossil Fuel Habit
The owner of an outdoor furniture company updates a 19th-century farmhouse.
Refreshed Take on the Gable Shines in Austin’s Building Boom
Toying with a conventional form, an architect designs a modern house meant for alfresco entertaining.
Graphic Design That Goes Beyond Traditional Dimensions
This young graphic designer isn't limited to just doing posters.
This Designer Is Building Electronics with Paper
Coralie Gourguechon's paper objects will make you see technology in a whole new way.
Amid a Hotbed of Architecture, This Home Holds Its Own
A major overhaul of a bungalow in Venice, California, perfects the art of indoor/outdoor living.
Three Joined Cabins Turn This Virginia Retreat Into a Modern Take on Camp
For some people, building a house may seem like a daunting commitment to permanence—a kind of spatial lockdown.
This Endless Playscape Is Complete with a Bamboo Forest and Trampoline
A pleasure garden in northern California is rich in whimsical surprises.
Two Tiny Cabins Chose Simplicity Over Size
Two modest cabins in coastal New Zealand make waves with their respectful approach toward their environment.
A Wild Garden Leaps Off the Walls of This Backyard Build
A Vancouver garden blossoms alongside fresh development.
A Heavenly Backyard is Precise with Pebbles
A San Francisco landscape designer finds a small-space solution that’s anything but narrow-minded.
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