For those of us who are still slightly baffled by the Internet -- and even for jaded digerati -- the MONOcrafts site is magic. It's the bunny that disappears into a top hat to end up squealing in the third row. Magic.
Even the front page of MONOcrafts' site provides potentially endless entertainm
The 1964 Tokyo Olympics represented more than just toned athletes and gold medals for Japan. For the first time since the WWII defeat, the world turned its gaze back upon the Land of the Rising Sun. And Japan was intent upon living up to expectations by dazzling its foreign guests with its technologi
Geoffrey Bawa doesn't work without first reading the lines of the land, the influence of the climate, the kinds of things that grow here or there. His is an architecture that conforms as it adorns. He thinks through the landscape, opens space up to it, lets the outside mingle within. His structures a
Eileen Gray had a predilection for small rooms. She wanted to complicate interiors in a Modernist direction without neglecting comfort, familiarity, sensuality. Thus her architecture and designs strive to be both mobile and livable, articulating both the sedentary feel of the home and the ambulant, i