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Anything times zero is zero

The Zero wrist watch is just that, zero dials, numbers, clasps or buttons. How to tell the time? The inner circle moves for the hour and the outer circle moves for the minutes. Its armband design comes in a multitude of colors including hot pink, yellow and apple green. Designer and […]

Temporary Performance Installation

This is an installation for a summer music series in NY  made of twisted rope. Full story here: http://www.dezeen.com/2011/02/17/holding-pattern-by-interboro-partners/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed:+dezeen+(Dezeenfeed) Brooklyn studio Interboro Partners have won this year’s MoMA/P.S.1 Young Architects Program competition to design a temporary installation in the courtyard of the P.S.1 Contemporary Art Centre in New York. MoMA and P.S.1 are also […]

One of my favorite buildings in PHX

  If you Google “623 E. Adams St.” in Phoenix, you won’t find much information about the F.S. Baird Machine Shop. You will, however, find 54,000+ results for Pizzeria Bianco, the 42-seat legendary pizza spot that has occupied the building since 1996. What most locals and tourists fail to realize is […]


Skema is also a modular system with functional elements (firebox, wood box, and open compartments) that can stacked side by side or one on top of the other. Made of steel, the exterior finish can be in Corten or in black or white lacquer. http://www.antoniolupi.it/

More to Calabria than Pasta

This is a really excellent reuse of existing infrastructure, and is a beautiful example of how great design adds value and importance to our lives. So now you can go to Calabria for the amazing food AND the excellent thought. A bridge that repurposes abandoned viaducts, produces energy AND looks […]

PVC is cool again.

Love this as an installation.   The B (h) uis is one of those projects that seems to magically transform humble waste materials into an elegant and useful architectural space. Made entirely of short lengths of PVC pipe Dutch based Hoogte Twee Architect Studio’s cube shaped pavilion makes for a sweet […]

anti architecture

This is probably too much of a reveal into my psyche right now, but lately I’m really drawn to solutions that approach a complete reduction of style. The siting of this building is fantastic, and the resultant spaces are wonderful. It is a good reminder that the simple engaging of […]

Tobacco + Osaka = ?

This is just great. Wish I would have seen this when we were in Osaka. Now I want to go back. The full link here: http://www.dezeen.com/2010/08/19/a-small-tobacco-shop-by-avehideshi-architects-and-associates/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed:+dezeen+(Dezeenfeed) Japanese firm Avehideshi Architects and Associates have completed this one-person house with a tobacco shop on the ground floor in Osaka, Japan. A Small Tobacco Shop […]

Wild Roses

This picture is from one of my favorite clients, and it makes me so happy I had to post it. Their remodeled house in Virginia Beach has this amazing  dune leading to the water’s edge that blooms this time of year with a gorgeous burst of color from the wild […]

Recycled Cork Flooring

I love this product. Cork flooring has always been a favorite of mine, but this reuse of wine bottle corks is particularly beautiful. Here is the link to the full story from Inhabitat – http://inhabitat.com/2010/05/13/recycled-wine-corks-make-stylish-penny-tile-flooring/ Penny tiles are a popular look for interior flooring. While ceramic and glass are often used […]