Daily Must-Reads

Thursday, December 14th

01 Plurality of Thought

Adam Nathaniel Furman champions eclectic design that deviates from the norm. »

02

Back to the Future

By retooling lost building technologies, one designer is bringing the Stone Age into today. »

Wednesday, December 13th

01 Edible Arrangement

Enigmatic L.A. eatery Vespertine harnesses the power of design to reinvent fine dining. »

02

Carbon Footprint

Self-healing concrete is among five innovative materials making architecture greener. »

Tuesday, December 12th

01 Status Symbol

Streetwear brand Supreme’s Barbara Kruger–inspired logo is becoming a graphic icon. »

02

Utopian Ideals

Eastern Europe’s communist-era concrete apartment blocks may soon meet their demise. »

Monday, December 11th

01 Simple Gifts

The Shakers’ devotion to simplicity and beauty has influenced designers for decades. »

02

Defensive Design

As the homeless population skyrockets in cities, “hostile architecture” is on the rise. »

Sunday, December 10th

01 Long and Lean

Dubbed a “landscraper,” Google’s London HQ may signal a new era in office design. »

02

From Quilts to Kites

Brooklyn studio Haptic Lab uses a hands-on approach to design for positive change. »

Saturday, December 9th

01 Lifelong Perspective

Mario Botta drew on childhood memories for Swiss restaurant Monte Generoso. »

02

Portable Perch

The Campana Brothers dish on their new sofa for Louis Vuitton’s Objets Nomades collection. »

Friday, December 8th

01 Deep Purple

Ultra Violet, Pantone’s 2018 Color of the Year, has a resounding presence in art history. »

Thursday, December 7th

01 Starting Out

Young consumers ask: what does it take to produce decent affordable furniture? »

Wednesday, December 6th

01 Building Blocks

Ole Scheeren has based his illustrious career around deconstructing the high-rise. »

Tuesday, December 5th

01 Full Speed Ahead

Chris Bangle’s latest vehicle prototype lets passengers rearrange seats like Tetris blocks. »

Monday, December 4th

01 In Memoriam

Revered architecture historian and teacher Vincent Scully has passed away. »

02

Good Vibrations

One designer argues: happiness is a byproduct—not a metric—of design success. »

Sunday, December 3rd

01 Elevator Pitch

A height-adjustable house proposal takes "site-specific" to the next level. »

02

Secret Sounds

The field of acoustics has fascinated the architecture-savvy for centuries. »