For those of us who’ve been wondering what info-design wiz Nicholas Felton has been up to since he lit out for Facebook in April, we finally have an answer: turning the way we consume social media completely upside down. Or, more precisely, on its side.
We sit down with Moshe Safdie, the designer of the new United States Institute of Peace to discuss the challenges of designing a would-be icon of peace in a time of war.
Launching in the U.S. next month, Live and Lounge speakers marry Scandinavian design with primo sound technology.
“I am both a homemaker and a home-wrecker,” Brooklyn artist Katie Bell says. She means that last part literally.
Fashion designer Airi Isoda of Wrk-Shp infuses her architecture knowhow into modern, minimalist pieces.
The publishing house’s brand derives from its founder’s singular vision and a catalog spanning Euclid to breasts to Michelangelo.
You won’t find electric chairs on death row anymore (save in a few notable Southern states that still think it’s 1908). You will, however, find them in the foyer at La Scala, the most famous opera house in the world.
Well, sort of.
At the heart of the SWYP (See What You Print) is a large touchscreen that allows users to see and manipulate on a 1:1 scale what the finished result will look like before hitting “print.”