In a way, my interest in architecture happened naturally through a relationship with my partner and co-founder of UNStudio. We actually met very young and had a personal relationship.
We all understand the impression left after a person walks by in a show-stopping outfit. But what if instead of walking, that same person was mastering foutté turns?
For me, design encompasses the experiences of seeing, tasting, touching, hearing, smelling and feeling. If that wasn't enough, it also filters through everything we think, remember, and repeat. To put it simply, design is no only how something looks but how it works, and what it enables.
Copyright Pat Yang What are the ingredients of a life well lived? Love shared unconditionally, having the courage of one's convictions and contribu...
When it comes to decorating the bedroom, there's one consideration that should outweigh all others: Can you actually sleep in there? Good design takes your breath away, while still letting you breathe a sigh of relief when you tuck in for a good night's sleep.
Your logo is one of the most important pieces of your brand. It can bring to mind not only your company name, but also your entire brand personality with just one small picture. Your logo fits where words cannot, so creating one that is recognizable is key for flexible advertising.
With its artifacts, participants and processes, New Product Development has undergone a revolution in the past twenty years. Global connectivity, ...
Design your healthy and happy life with these super quick makeover tips that will have you wanting more. A healthy and happy life is about living bli...
By Architectural Digest. (photo: William Waldron) In the Palladian-style ...
Forget about moving desks or chairs around. The future of work space may be offices that assemble themselves.
The historic Soho building that houses the Décor Aid office has some great architectural details -- lofted ceilings, exposed pipes and polished hardwood floors, which made it the perfect blank canvas for our team of interior designers. Here are some of their tips on creating the perfect creative office space that feels more more home than work.
From North America to Asia and the Middle East, the hotels, restaurants, retail stores and residences Glenn Pushelberg and George Yabu have designed, from Ian Schrager's new Edition Hotel in Miami Beach to the Louis Vuitton store in Hong Kong, are experiences that are transcendental.
Last week, during NYFW when most of the mainstream media and high-end, luxury fashion brands obsessed over who's who in the front rows of those runway shows, there was something far more creative going on at Pier 94.
BYOB by KARA is a pattern series designed by the NYC-based handbag label. In each feature, designer Sarah Law sits down with creatives both Opening Ceremony and KARA are obsessed with to design a unique bag based on necessity, inspiration and, of course, personality.
This week, at the Clinton Global Initiative's (CGI) Annual meeting in New York, we are unveiling our first annual report: In Flux: Community Design for Change, Chance and Opportunity, a compendium of NRI activities for the past year.
Italy is a country of contradictions. But then, everything and everyone who is even remotely interesting to me is a mix of old and new, good and bad, mild and passionate -- with every nuance of feelings and experiences in between.