Archive for the ‘Design’ Category


EinBlog, about Design and architecture.

October 8, 2006



Einbahn Studio is a group of independent artists and designers sharing ideas, resources, and opportunities. We represent a wide range of disciplines from digital recording to oil painting and everything in between. The studio is born out of the apparent necessity of input/output in reaching full potential. Explorations into philosophy and culture are a large part of our process


Global Interior Furnishings Reviews.

October 8, 2006

Global Interior Furnishings Reviews.

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Design resource site for International furnishings and accessories. Provided as a free research service for interior design professionals, architects and students.


Arcspace, for who like Design and architecture.

October 8, 2006



arcspace is an architecture and design magazine that features today’s most creative projects as well as the most influential of the past. We work closely with major architects around the world and keep our readers informed with weekly updates.
Besides features and news items we review Books and Exhibitions and show selections of work by architecture photographers in The Camera, and sketches by architects in The Architect’s Studio.
In our Travel section we feature interesting hotels with a guide to architecture in the area.
Larger images of several arcspace projects are available for downloading in The Image Library.


UnBeige, is all about Design.

October 8, 2006



UnBeige is about design. The blog is owned and operated by

The Editors:

By day, Steve Delahoyde works at the ad agency/design firm, Coudal Partners, where, like everyone else there, he’s sort of a jack-of-all-trades. Primarily, he’s the one that handles the writing for the firm, as well as the production work, from TV spots to Internet foolery. Steve entered the business by making far too many silly short films along with his cohort, Wakiza Gamez. Following that, largely by accident, he became a freelance editor, director and motion graphics designer. His production work has appeared everywhere from MTV to CBS to The National Lampoon Network, and his writing has popped up here and there, from Time Out to McSweeney’s.

Alissa Walker has written about either design or “Star Wars” for Wired, Dwell, Metropolis, ReadyMade, Design Observer, the Los Angeles Times, HOW, Dynamic Graphics and STEP Inside Design. She can be found on your iPod as a production assistant for the public radio show “DnA: Design and Architecture,” and, this fall, on your TiVo as a design expert on the HGTV show “Small Space, Big Style.” Alissa lives and works in Hollywood, where she tends to a garden and an ever-growing Gelatobaby. She suffers minor to serious injuries every time she goes surfing.


Shelterrific, style and design.

October 8, 2006



A blog created by a few friends who also happen to be editors, stylists, home-owners, parents, self-made decorators and discerning consumers. Until recently, they all worked together putting out a magazine called Budget Living. Unfortunately, the old-fashioned economics of traditional publishing made it impossible for the publication to continue. But just because the printing presses have been halted, they don’t have to stop doing what they love. You see, thanks to the professions, they’re privy to great deal of useful information — whether that be reading every home, decor and food magazine that’s printed or getting advance notices on new products, services and stores – and they’d like to share that information. They also are completely addicted to some amazing, like-minded blogs that they hope to introduce you to.


HB3, Innovation, Culture and Design.

October 7, 2006



As the masthead suggests, this is a blog devoted to all things having to do with innovation, culture and design.

As students, teachers, hobbyists and fans of the consumer insight arena, we’ve come to understand the critical importance of staying abreast of the latest trends in these areas (innovation, culture and design). This blog was the natural outgrowth of those efforts.


RealSimple organize your life.

October 7, 2006



Founded in 2000, Real Simple magazine continues to be a leader in the category of women’s lifestyle publications. Its concise, useful strategies, coupled with a clean, inspiring design, focus on making busy women’s lives easier, from preparing a fast, healthy breakfast to getting a good night’s sleep. In essence, Real Simple helps its readers do what they need to do, so they have more time to enjoy what they want to do.