Brutalist architecture is a movement in architecture that flourished from the 1950s to the mid-1970s, descending from the modernist architectural movement of the early 20th century. Continue reading “A primer on the Brutalist Era in Architecture”
The question of what to wear at an evening gala—and more specifically how to appear serious without looking slightly deranged—came up in a recent fashion advice column over at the Guardian. The mostly snarky response raises some interesting points: Continue reading “What to wear at an evening gala?”
Blanko is a small furniture design studio/workshop based in Novi Sad, Serbia.
their story started in 2016 as a side project by two friends. Continue reading “Blanko Furniture – Geometric forms and colorful accents”
The fashion industry has been the subject textile discussions from many perspectives during its history.
Discussions range from people who disagree with the principles of fashion use of textile in its entirety, to those who disagree with particular outcomes of fashion.
Continue reading “Fashion trends and textile stratification”
We knew the future of independent journalism would involve a rethinking of revenue. The initial impetus for this convening was Bill Moyers’ musing that our democracy would be profoundly strengthened if large foundations could devote a tiny fraction of their budgets to a trust fund for independent journalism. Continue reading “Summer in the City – Series of Student photo essays”
Beauty is a characteristic of an animal, idea, object, person or place that provides a perceptual experience of pleasure or satisfaction. Continue reading “Beauty beneath the shade of abandonment”