Move over, West Elm.
This gift hits all the marks; monogrammed, a statement bag or luggage. Graduation season is time to celebrate huge milestones
Bob Gill: Serigraph selfportrait, 2012;Courtesy of Bob Gill The result - "Twenty over Eighty" - is a thorough look at designers
What matters is that the individual himself accept the time and energy needed to metabolize and integrate the psychic change in order to continue with life in the present.
Wendy Goodman of New York calls it "a fantastic book that sheds light on the creative process of how architects envision and start to bring life to their buildings."
Approaching regret from a cognitive point of view, reframing our thoughts from the past to the future, and asking, "What's next?" can also help to process regrets.
On the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, and with memories of Super Storm Sandy still fresh in people's minds, architects and designers are turning their attention to building smarter for the longer term, with a goal of protecting the lives of all the people through design.
J. Michael Welton writes about architecture, art and design for national and international publications. He also edits and
Landscape architect Brennan Cox, principal of San Francisco–based Groundworks, explores the best approaches to drought-tolerant
Small spaces don't have to be a compromise -- we think that the decision to make more from less square footage is a smart