The Bisazza showroom is non-stop drama. Everything about the tile, ceramic bathroom fixtures, and anything Bisazza touches is luxury to the extreme.
Here’s the deal: I forgot to write down these three showroom names. But if you just walk around SoHo you’re bound to find these three stores. Up First, a $17,000 hanging paradise made of such great quality that there is basically no maintenance required. They make a dog size as well. Much cheaper. Does your […]
The showroom located in Soho is about as cool as it can get. B&B Italia and Moooi bring you about all you would ever need to increase the design insanity level of your home. And I have to say, the staff in both B&B Italia and Moooi are absolutely fantastic, helpful, kind.
I’ve forgotten the name of this fabulous little furniture spot, but think Amish craftsmanship, walnut, sort of a chunkier ’50s chic.
With the IMM in Cologne just happening last week, I’ve been scanning everything Cologne. One asset in this design city is their design museum, MAKK. Museum für Angewandte Kunst Köln.
This blog will see much more work by Richard Lampert. The collections of furniture are so deep and so thoughtful that just having this one piece does nothing to show the range of beautiful work. I choose this piece, frankly, because I need a piece like this in my house right now. I need […]
The FOB is a containerized base camp solution designed to set up in an emergency, and contains everything needed to run sanitary kitchen. The FOB (forward base unit) kitchen is housed in four containers and can accommodate between 300 to 600 people. The interior surfaces of the containers are made of stainless steel, and UV […]
The Interwebosphere has been abuzz with news about the very device that may be spell—or rather, print—its unmaking: earlier this week, London-based design consultancy Berg unveiled their latest innovation, the Little Printer. The desktop device is roughly the size of a cube of Post-It notes, configured to produce a receipt-sized analogue for a newspaper featuring […]
San Francisco-based Altitude recently designed a 400-foot section of the construction barrier mural surrounding the new UCSF Medical Center campus in Mission Bay. Messages of uncertainty, strength, and hope from patients journal entries engage audiences up close, and at a distance, to help shed light on the experience of being young and in a hospital. […]