An astonishing variety of vessels have been designed to contain, cultivate and transport flowers since the Egyptians first used pots to move plants from one location to another. With a timeline spanning from Classical Greece to the Victorian Era to 1980s Memphis design, we chart the evolution of the humble flower pot and the rise of the houseplant, highlighting our favorites.
Eileen Gray (1878-1976) is widely considered among Modernism's most important designers. Her architectural wonder, the E-1027 features classic hallmarks of modernist architecture - but it's what happened inside these walls that makes the E-1027 so fascinating.Continue reading
It's hard to imagine the monumental personalities of Frida Kahlo and Salvador Dalí living in the quarters of a tiny apartment like many emerging artists do today, but their takes on interior design can be applied to small space living no less.Continue reading
Travel and style have always been synonymous, bringing together architecture, interior decor, fashion, entertainment, and adventure unlike anything else. Yet in the age of paying for overhead baggage and microwaved in-flight meals, we long for the luxurious quarters and impeccable service from the airlines...Continue reading