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Friday 27 April, 2012

Saving Suburbia Part II: Getting the Soccer Moms On Your Side

The Living Market, a plan to redevelop vacant land to create a Marketplace of community space, shops, and affordable housing. Image courtesy of Emily Talen, Sungduck Lee, and the Long Island Index.


Thursday 26 April, 2012

Saving Suburbia Part I: Bursting the Bubble

© Flickr User CC tango_28 Poverty and violence, boarded windows and weedy lawns, immigrants jammed “by the dozen into houses conceived for the Cleavers.” In “Can this Suburb be Saved?,” The New Yorker critic, Justin Davidson, begins by painting a bleak but realistic picture of suburbia today. It’s these conditions that are making thousands flee to cities […]


Sunday 11 March, 2012

Architecture and Design Film Festival 2012

Architecture Design & Film Festival If you find yourself in Chicago for the weekend of April 12-16, be sure to check out the Architecture and Design Film Festival at the Music Box Theatre. A total of 31 Films running anywhere from a quick 3 minutes to 93 minutes will feature popular pieces such as EAMES: […]


Sunday 11 March, 2012

Architecture and Design Film Festival 2012

Architecture Design & Film Festival If you find yourself in Chicago for the weekend of April 12-16, be sure to check out the Architecture and Design Film Festival at the Music Box Theatre. A total of 31 Films running anywhere from a quick 3 minutes to 93 minutes will feature popular pieces such as EAMES: […]


Tuesday 03 January, 2012

McDonald’s Interiors in France / Patrick Norguet

Courtesy of Patrick Norguet Architects: Patric Norguet  Location: Villefranche-de-Lauragais, France Photographs: Courtesy of Patrick Norguet


Sunday 06 November, 2011

Open Call for MONU New Issue Contributions

@ De Laurentiis Entertainment Group MONU magazine on urbanism is continuously looking for interesting contributions. The current open call for submissions for MONU #16 is on the topic of “Non-Urbansim” and closes by the end of December 2011.


Sunday 06 November, 2011

Open Call for MONU New Issue Contributions

@ De Laurentiis Entertainment Group MONU magazine on urbanism is continuously looking for interesting contributions. The current open call for submissions for MONU #16 is on the topic of “Non-Urbansim” and closes by the end of December 2011.


Thursday 21 April, 2011

Kartell Weatherproof Small Top Top Side Table By Philip Starck

Renowned furniture company Kartell shatters the myth that designer furniture is super expensive. Take for instance their modern and trendy Small Top Top Side Table which has been designed by none other than French design guru  Philip Starck and  has a price range of $560.00 – $650.00. Available on 2modern, the Small Top Top Side […]


Saturday 15 November, 2008

Designer Bathroom Furniture from Falper – Coco collection

With a chic European sophistication that will particularly appeal to ladies, the Coco collection is from Falper. ‘Inspired by the innovative elegance of the Chanel myth’ the designer bathroom furniture is designed by Paola Navone. Although ladies will certainly appreciate the finer qualities of this very special furniture, the man of the house is sure […]


Thursday 01 January, 1970

gizem boyacioglu: sense pairs

sense pairs is a small interactive game designed by gizem boyacioglu that explores blindness. the design is based on the simple game of memory, matching like pieces together. rather than rely purely on visuals, sense pairs uses tactility, sound and  light as methods of representation. these three parts are all built-in to the device allowing […]