Pop-up books are just so alluring. There's something special about how they become dimensional and architectural; how they embody a story and invite discovery; how they surprise and fascinate; how they move and unfold – literally. By Tali Krakowsky
The illicit, yet homey thrill of pop up restaurants. By Sophie Maxwell
In this multi-dimensional world we can't help our craving for data – both in the form of knowledge and experience - to crawl out of the screen and into our physical spaces. By Tali Krakowsky
Beauty is not a set of rules, it's whatever makes you inspired and stimulates desire. By Sophie Maxwell
Personal, playful, authentic - The Ball engages like no commercial can. By Tali Krakowsky
LAX Airport's Tom Bradley International Terminal gets a billion dollar face lift, but will it be worth it?
I've flown in and out of the Los Angeles Airport countless times, and over the years, I've seen it trying to drag itself out of the poor to mediocre experience that it is, but it has never succeeded.
Death is a topic rarely addressed by designers, but as the one inevitable event in everyone's life, shouldn't we give it some more of our attention? By Ivy Chuang