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Tags: apps, design, gardening, New York Times, smartphone
Tags: Eric Davidson, New York Times, photography
Tags: design policy, Michael Beirut, New York Times, print, retail, web
Lets talk DESIGN politics, shall we?
As taken from Allison Arieffs By Design column for the New York Times:
In a recent piece for The Atlantic, the designer Michael Bierut addressed the state of something on all of our minds these days. Money. Specifically, its design, which Bierut is none too happy about. On the back side of the U.S. dollar, we are faced, says Bierut, with the general effect of “a cake that has been decorated to within an inch of its life.” As for those enormous purple numbers added to deter counterfeiters a few years ago? “A denim patch on a satin dress,” says Bierut. Read More…
Tags: cushions, designer, Dr. Andrew Dent, fabrics, New York Times, outdoor
Its true. Dr. Anderew Dent, Vice President of consulting firm Material ConneXion, earned a Ph.D. in materials science from the University of Cambridge. Researching fabrics and helping designers locate their ideal material for their various uses, Dr. Dent offers the readers of The New York Times his expertise in the area of outdoor cushions.
The New York Times shares with us Dr. Dents’ top choices in fade-resistant, sun-loving, color fast and water repellant outdoor furniture cushions within the monetary reach of all affluence’s. Here a few…
How about something on the wild side. This outdoor leather cushion has a soy-based foam wrapped in Teflon-treated fabric and covered in leather hide from Rockwood Casual Furniture.
These candy colored cushions retail for $48 to $58 each at Design Within Reach and are covered in Sunbrella fabric wrapped around polyester foam and wrapped Dacron.
I love these cute poufs. And they can be used outdoors! Designed by Francesco Rota for Paola Lenti, these polystyrene interior wrapped cushions are covered in polyester and Aquatech fabric. Quite pricy at $950 each through Karkula – but sooo darn glamourous and cute.
Pottery Barn will never give up. Of course they have cushions for every sun bather and covered in Sunbrella, they’ll keep looking good for years to come.
Tags: New York Times, Paris, pizza
This is awesome! http://travel.nytimes.com/2009/06/28/travel/28frugalparis.html
Tags: art, budget, design, graphic design, interio design, London, New York Times, pop
I just read a fantastic article in the Home & Garden section of the New York Times. With a curving-upward-yet-slowly economy, learning that others are finding ways to get great interior design through creative channels is inspirational. I think the London home of graphic designer Russell Lewis and design store assistant Gemma Ahem is earthy pop eccentric. Their talents are visible in the choice of typography accents, painted walls, and European prints. With a pooled savings of just over $10,000, they managed to make major changes to their pad in just under a year. Read more…
Tags: cheap, decoration, home, Interior design, New York Times
The New York Times style and Home sections used to be delivered to my home. I now access pretty much everything online (except for the other surviving home design mags that fill my mailbox each week). And I love it when I come across a quick read for a quick fix. In this case, a bit more luxurious. The NYT Home & Garden section recently ran an On the Cheap article for low cost interior design. Its a great resource and will save you so many Benjamins. Read it here.