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Mat Cash on Recognizing the Potential in Projects

Mat Cash on Recognizing the Potential in Projects

In the Kings Cross studio in London, Mat Cash and his colleagues spend months unpacking project briefs to get to the heart of a building or product’s real potential. Since joining Heatherwick Studio in 2006, Mat has been responsible for some of the studio’s largest...
Rethinking the Future of Office Design

Rethinking the Future of Office Design

It’s no secret that workplaces are changing. Remote work has become a necessary part of life, begging the questions: What happens when we go back to work? How will offices change, and what will their design focus be? Advertisement We might not have all of the answers...
6 Creatives on What They Wish They Knew Years Earlier

6 Creatives on What They Wish They Knew Years Earlier

1. I’d wish I’d known succinctly that hard work would pay off. I was frustrated by the perceived ghosts you’d hear about. I thought you needed glowing accreditations and prestigious college degrees and a host of frivolities like “good looks” and “family money” and...
How Marc Fornes Blurs Art with Architecture

How Marc Fornes Blurs Art with Architecture

In the back corner of a large building in Dumbo, bars and shops at the base and a maze of offices and studios throughout, I find my way to an assembly of colorful, thin, planar elements: creatures, structures, surfaces. This is the space of Marc Fornes, architect and...
Freddy Mamani on Building Dreams in the Andes

Freddy Mamani on Building Dreams in the Andes

Freddy Mamani Silvestre is not like other Bolivians. An indigenous Aymara (a prominent indigenous group in Bolivia and Peru, with smaller populations in Argentina and Chile), Freddy once lived in a small house made of earth blocks and paja brava, a local grass, in the...