Rambler House references the simple single-storey houses, that are the prevailing house type in U.S. suburbs, towns, and countrysides.
Noted British textile designer William Morris wrote, “Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.” Cleaning products, although useful, are rarely beautiful, but Toronto’s Guests on Earth aspires to satisfy the three Rs (reduce, reuse, recycle) as well as the three Ss: sustainable, stylish, and self-care.
Interior designer Sheila Bridges’s Reykjavik apartment amplifies her creative strengths of wit, eclecticism, and synthesis.
When we say goodnight and sweet dreams, we refer to an intangible ideal. But there are those who have translated sweet dreams into actual matter.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Tom Kundig’s palette tends toward raw concrete and shaped metal plate, not the woodsy, post-and-beamy version of “Northwest architecture.”
FROM THE ARCHIVE: There is more to this home than meets the eye.
The Milanese master’s most recent piece for Molteni&C’s Gio Ponti Collection.
The Hack series is a line of fixtures and accessories with a Tom Dixon–approved, do-it-yourself flair.
Good Thing is a Brooklyn-based collective founded on the conviction that even the most basic objects can be made beautiful.