Kayaking instructor and boatbuilder Brian Schulz embarked on an ambitious construction project that took him about a year and a half to complete. The end result is a beautiful home in the woods that cost
Jeremy Dooley created a new book–and an original font–to tutor tots on typeface. They say necessity is the mother of invention, but new parenthood isn’t bad for coming up with new ideas either. “After
The same backwards as forwards, Symmetry explores the duality of love and loss. Palindromes–or sequences of symbols that can be interpreted the same way backwards and forwards–have been embraced by artists
Canadian photographer Alex Neary is the nanny for an adorable little 2-year-old named Henry who has already shown signs of a budding triple threat–model, director, and photographer. In a fun collaborative
In an attempt to challenge the rectangularity of interior design, the Quadrat can be any kind of home accessory you want it to be. Look around your kitchen, and what do you see? Rectangles everywhere.
This single-purpose watch buzzes you every five minutes so that you can better appreciate every moment of your day. Some days, I’ll start a project at 10 a.m. and forget to check the clock until 3 p.m.
Two Cooper Union undergrads constructed a box that’s less wasteful, easier to pack, easier to open, and good looking, too. While some companies, like Ecovative, are tooling around with highly sustainable
Using a magazine for scale, this App lets you virtually design a room, then buy the furniture. A few months ago, Ikea released an unbelievable app. When you placed the company’s catalog anywhere in your