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Published as: CHARCOAL FACTORY Interior Design: michael del piero Text: thomas connors Photography: janet mesic mackie As owner of Chicago’s Architectural Artifacts, Stuart Grannen spends his days surrounded by things. Furniture, signage, stained glass. Carnival banners, fragments from Louis Sullivan buildings, Frank Lloyd Wright light fixtures. And his inventory isn’t...
Balenciaga: Shaping Fashion opens at London's V&A today, with the exhibition showcasing over 100 pieces of the Spanish designer's work from the later stages of his career, as well as the works of designers he has influenced. Cristóbal Balenciaga founded the Balenciaga fashion house in 1919, and went on to become one of the most
Skateboards, Snapchat Spectacles, an early Gay Pride flag and a self-driving car sit side by side in a new Design Museum exhibition that explores how California has become the new centre of the design industry. Called California: Designing Freedom, the exhibition documents the American west-coast counterculture movements of the 1960s, and looks at how they fed into today's
A piece of furniture that combines a bed, a wardrobe and a washing machine is among the space-saving solutions that Naimi Architecture has created inside this tiny Barcelona apartment. The Barcelona- and Tel Aviv-based studio was tasked with making the 25-square-metre flat into a comfortable home for a single occupant. The solution involved sinking storage areas into the walls
This week's roundup from Pinterest focuses on micro living spaces that show how to do a lot with a little, from a bedroom in a timber box to a studio in Poland measuring just 13 square metres. Flinders Lane Apartment, Australia, by Clare Cousins A timber box creates a bedroom inside this Melbourne apartment by Clare Cousins, which
Robots were used to manufacture the components of these two pavilions, which form the new shop for the V&A museum in London. Designed by London studio Friend and Company, the shop is intended to pay tribute to the V&A's first retail space, which functioned as a showcase for contemporary crafts from 1863 onward. This new space was
It’s true! We didn’t just make it up: Spring cleaning makes you smarter. Researchers from Princeton University’s Neuroscience Institute conducted a study that showed how clutter restricts your ability to…