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The simplicity of form and color on display at Product Design Today: Creating Made in Japan' is undeniable. The ceramics are predominantly white, wooden items reveal natural grains, cast iron is kept jet black, contours are uncomplicated and there is
A reader chided us recently for describing something as "world's best"; but really, aren't these the most beautiful Japanese lanterns you've ever seen? Plus, they're powered by LED lights, so you can move them around (on the table for dinner, as a
If necessity isn't the mother of invention, it's at least the mother of some inane DIY nonsense: Brit Morin, damned to an eternity of glue-gunning for sins in a past life, drew inspiration for her latest project from her startup's new digs . And this
After nabbing a 9,700 square foot office space in the heart of downtown San Francisco, the glitter gluttons of DIY had to figure out how to decorate it. Step one: farm that whole problem out to readers , because for a company whose foundation is
The wonders that can be created with something as seemingly simple as a piece of paper are awe-inspiring. Although paper is used in everyday life on such regular basis, its intrinsic and artistic value is oftentimes overlooked. Beyond its practical
A collection of framed washi paper prints by sculptor Isamu Noguchi; an inexpensive way of bringing a bit of the Japanese master designer's work into your interiors. Above: The Black and Orange Teardrop is $50 unframed from the Noguchi Museum.
Saturday, Dec. 22, 2012 Dutchman keeps paper-making traditions alive at his Shikoku studio Rogier Uitenboogaart devotes three decades to learning and teaching how to make washi Staff writer Rogier Uitenboogaart, who has been charmed by the world of
designer Marlen Karema has a gift for creating dramatic theme parties on a shoestring budget. First spotted on Kickcan and Konkers , Marlen's crisp linen shirts and textiles really impressed (to see these, go to Designskool ).
We like this idea for adding a citron-colored graphic note to an otherwise austere white room. Above: All you need to recreate the look is a measuring tape, a steady hand, a pencil to draw a light guiding line on the wall, and a few rolls of tape,
He knows he can't afford to feed all the displaced victims of Tropical Storm Washi that hit the southern Philippines in December. Nor can he match the strength of local construction workers whom he and his fellow volunteers from outside the