Posts Tagged ‘ shapes ’

if you build it…

June 17, 2011

kurt naef was a swiss woodworker who designed all kinds of incredible toys and puzzles with basic shapes and colors that have now grown to have a cult status with collectors and design nerds. known for their simplicity and beauty, the geometric shapes can be combined and stacked and turned into different patterns and...
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BIG THINGS AHEAD: COURTNEY

March 29, 2011

the first time i went to courtney’s house i was 19 and i thought she was the coolest “adult” ever: she had a garden (that was growing!), an impressively minimal living room (perfectly neat furniture!) and a whole dinner cooking on the stove (in a clean kitchen!). while everyone else i knew was sleeping...
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playtime

March 5, 2011

playgrounds in the states are so predictable- kid and baby swingsets, monkey bars, a single plastic spiral slide and a tire swing, if you’re lucky. but those living in atlanta are lucky to play on something a bit different- the piedmont park playscape, designed by isamu noguchi, a japanese-american artist. built in 1976 with sponsorship from...
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barb and mike

May 18, 2010

nico, these are for you. photos by barbara and michael leisgen, mimesis series, 1974.
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