When considering the fact that we spend a third of our lives asleep, it seems reasonable to allow oneself to get a little “type A” about the quality of our rest.
Legend has it that Lewis Carroll redefined the word portmanteau. Originally used to describe a stiff leather suitcase that hinged at its back to open in two equal halves, Carroll, inspired by the definition, applied it to language.
Artist Tracey Emin and jeweller Stephen Webster’s collection, entitled “I Promise to Love You”, is comprised of gold charms based on Emin’s drawings of forest animals, as well as rings, necklaces, and earrings crafted from personal phrases rendered in gold.
Jim Marshall wanted to rock. He wanted music that was raw, hard, and heavy. So, he created his namesake company, Marshall, to do just that.
Engineering students at Eindhoven University of Technology in Juuka, Finland, have set upon a new project—or rather, a very old one. They are building a bridge based on an obscure model designed by Leonardo da Vinci in 1501; a project the Renaissance man intended to span 240-metres over the Golden Horn, an offshoot of the Bosphorus River.
At this year’s Interior Design Show in Toronto, Caesarstone will unveil its most recent collaboration: an ice-themed kitchen created with London-based interior design label Tom Dixon.
Devon in southwest England is not the obvious location to find a revolution underway. Yet it is here that husband-and-wife team Justin and Hannah Floyd launched their company, Solidwool, which combines wool with bio-resin to form hard and durable surfaces for chairs, tables, and even eyewear.
Toronto-based interior designer Lori Morris has achieved what many in her field strive for: she has created an unmistakable style of her own.
Reiulf Ramstad’s work stands small and resilient in the face of nature and is integrated gently into the landscape.