Scribit Write & Erase Robot

Named by Time Magazine as one of the top 100 best inventions of 2019, Scribit is a "writing robot" tool that allows you to draw images and text on any wall surface. Created by M.I.T. professor Carlo Ratti, Scribit was designed as a creativity empowering tool for home, office, museums, galleries, and other spaces. Scribit… Continue reading Scribit Write & Erase Robot

Book Review / Dream of Venice Architecture

Dream of Venice Architecture is the second book in a series from Bella Figura Publications dedicated to the mystery and beauty of contemporary Venice. It is a follow up to Dream of Venice, a 2014 edition including photographs by Charles Christopher and a foreword by Frances Mayes that I reviewed here. This new edition includes… Continue reading Book Review / Dream of Venice Architecture

GoFish Handbags: An architect/graphic designer collaboration

Terri Lee, associate principal at Kohn Pedersen Fox, and graphic designer Sanshin Liu have teamed up to design a minimal, yet stylish compact handbag collection. The design collaboration was actually a family affair, since Liu is Lee's aunt. Designed and manufactured exclusively in New York City, the GoFish collection uses clean lines, vibrant colors, and… Continue reading GoFish Handbags: An architect/graphic designer collaboration

Book Review / An Igloo on the Moon: Exploring Architecture by Adrian Buckley and David Jenkins

New from the U.K.-based imprint Circa Press, An Igloo on the Moon: Exploring Architecture is a beautifully illustrated book designed to introduce children to the world of architecture. Written by architect/editor/publisher David Jenkins and illustrated with images by graphic artist Adrian Buckley, the book explores how and why we build — from the ironic warmth of a well-constructed igloo, to the challenges of building dwellings… Continue reading Book Review / An Igloo on the Moon: Exploring Architecture by Adrian Buckley and David Jenkins