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An Architect's Guide to Design Inspiration
architect Deborah Burke Q: How would you describe the buildings you design? DB: My work is very simple and spare. I'm not a religious
Swimwear Designer Malia Mills' Guide to Inspiration
use my iPhone camera to document everything. Recently, while traveling in northern India, I constantly snapped pictures from the car as we drove. It was sensory overload. Really incredible. Next: An architect ' s guide to design inspiration
5 Ways to Keep Remodeling Costs Down
Understand the fees. If your architect charges you based on total construction ..... the event you have to fire your architect or contractor, your project could ..... permits in your name and not the architect ' s or contractor's. If you sever
Ten Things I Know For Sure
In 1999, architect Michael Graves introduced high-end design to Target customers. Since a virus left him paraplegic five years ago, his belief
Here Comes the Sun
Simplify, simplify, simplify. Those were architect Alison Spear's three words of advice to Claudine Claus Wheeler. Claudine and her family had just moved into a house in Coral
Henry Mitchell's Manhattan Apartment
If you live in a small space, you'll want to know New York City interior architect Henry Mitchell. He has figured out clever ways to use every inch of his 750-square-foot apartment.
The Not So Big Life
According to architect and author Sarah Susanka, bigger isn't always better—in her book The Not So Big House Sarah talks about how inhabiting a
Looking for Mr. Wright
novel, The Women, T.C. Boyle deconstructs the private lives (and wives, etc.) of the revolutionary 20th-century architect Frank Lloyd Wright. With daredevil artistry, Boyle narrates the story backward in time, so that when we meet, say, Wright
Cathleen Medwick reviews The Women by T.C. Boyle, a novel deconstructing the private lives (and wives, etc.) of the revolutionary 20th-century architect Frank Lloyd Wright.