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‘Sixtysix’ Issue 06 is Out Now

‘Sixtysix’ Issue 06 is Out Now

Introducing Sixtysix Issue 06, available worldwide now. As the world shifts into its new normal, we talked to creatives and designers doing the same, either by practicing an untraditional craft, questioning the way they work, or exploring new methods and creative...

The Power of Creativity in a Post-Pandemic World

The Power of Creativity in a Post-Pandemic World

Many of us now find ourselves fully vaccinated and are busy plotting our exhilarating return to our pre-pandemic lifestyles: hangs with family and friends, eating out, exercising out, drinking out, partying out—a long list of anything and everything that can be done...

One Word On Why Photographer Jannik Diefenbach Went Viral: Gramps

One Word On Why Photographer Jannik Diefenbach Went Viral: Gramps

Jannik is a 24-year-old German student pursuing his master’s degree in business law who happens to have perhaps the oldest streetwear influencer in Europe as a grandfather. In 2014, bored and on a whim, he asked his grandfather, retired glassmaker Alojz Abram, to try...

What’s on Your Desk? 5 Creatives Draw Their Work Setups

What’s on Your Desk? 5 Creatives Draw Their Work Setups

The abstract building, the innovative product—every design starts with an idea often at the desk. Sixtysix asked some of the top creatives in the industry to illustrate what they keep on their desk to inspire or just get shit done.         A...

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mmcité on Making the Pixel Seating System

mmcité on Making the Pixel Seating System

When David Karásek looked around the mmcité warehouse at stacks upon stacks of wooden cutoffs—scraps so small other manufacturers would throw them out—he knew something beautiful could be built from them. He just wasn’t sure what. The sustainable street furniture...

The Story Behind Bolia and New Scandinavian Design

The Story Behind Bolia and New Scandinavian Design

Clean lines, wood accents, a muted palette. The design world has long reveled in the minimalist principles of Scandinavian design since the practice emerged in the 1930s. Now one Danish furniture brand is inviting the rest of the world to join in, too. [gallery...

EGGER Lays the Groundwork for High-End Design Outside Toronto

EGGER Lays the Groundwork for High-End Design Outside Toronto

A 14,000-square-foot home 30 minutes outside of Toronto, in the distinguished Lorne Park area, is the kind of interior design project Eva Healy dreams about. The homeowners had a bold vision and a seemingly endless budget. And they brought on Eva, owner and principal...

The Dan Brunn Bridge House Plays with Light and Reflections

The Dan Brunn Bridge House Plays with Light and Reflections

LA Architect Dan Brunn is known for modern, minimalist work that brings the outside in. Inspired by the Bauhaus architecture of his native Tel Aviv, he reinterprets Modernist principles in minimalist designs like this one—a high-traffic home that also serves as a bit...

At Home with Anne Lamott and Her Sacred Objects

At Home with Anne Lamott and Her Sacred Objects

“I’m the opposite of Marie Kondo,” writer Anne Lamott says. “I believe that an incredibly clean desk is a sign of being stuck, but of course everyone has their own way of making a desk safe or comforting for them. I like piles of paper, and I like notes everywhere.”...

Yuan Yuan Designs Furniture That Elevates Modern Chinese Design

Yuan Yuan Designs Furniture That Elevates Modern Chinese Design

In traditional Taoist philosophy, man and nature are closely related. Yuan Yuan draws on this unification in her furniture. “Nature is the source of all beauties,” she says. “I hope to convey this graceful connection of man and nature through my work.” [gallery...

Kingston Custom on Building Air-Cooled BMWs

Kingston Custom on Building Air-Cooled BMWs

After a 230-plus trophy career racing motocross Dirk Oehlerking changed the format of his passion for motorcycles—he went from racing them to customizing them. Since 1985, when he became the German champion and went to the World Cup in Spain, he’s built Harleys,...

Clayton Korte Embeds Wine Cave into a Texas Hillside

Clayton Korte Embeds Wine Cave into a Texas Hillside

Every Thursday the Sixtysix newsletter delivers the latest creative news, designs, and insights straight to your inbox. Here are this week’s highlights. Not on the email list? Subscribe now. *** Clayton Korte camouflages winery in limestone hillside. + Located at the...

Ying Gao Captures Emotion with Interactive Fashion

Ying Gao Captures Emotion with Interactive Fashion

In the 1980s, when conformity was the rule of law in China, young Ying Gao got a glimpse of deviation from the norm at a Yves Saint Laurent exhibition in Beijing. “At that time I didn’t know what was beautiful, elegant, refined. I didn’t know that vocabulary, but what...

Trish Andersen Reinterprets Carpet from Her Georgia Studio

Trish Andersen Reinterprets Carpet from Her Georgia Studio

Growing up in Dalton, Georgia—the “carpet capital of the world”—Trish Andersen never thought she would do anything with carpet, until a friend sent her a video of people making rugs with a tufting gun in India. “It was like a Kismet moment,” she says. Trish packed up...

A Pretty Cool Hotel Tour Goes Inside Surprising Themed Rooms

A Pretty Cool Hotel Tour Goes Inside Surprising Themed Rooms

“You know when you see something incredible and you want to immediately pull your camera out and film it? Like a sunset or a magic trick or a concert? That’s what I felt like seeing these rooms for the first time,” says photographer Margaret Bienert, one half of the A...

At Home with ‘SNL’ Comedy Maven Heidi Gardner

At Home with ‘SNL’ Comedy Maven Heidi Gardner

Heidi Garner needs a bit of warm-up to tap into her creative flow. Light floods the 14th-floor DUMBO apartment she calls home, where she lives with her husband, writer Zeb Wells, and their three cats, Marshall, Cubby Bear, and Tweaky. An ideal morning includes a bit...