Emily Pilloton is a senior editor at Inhabitat and Founder of Project H Design, a charitable organization that supports, inspires, and delivers product design initiatives for Humanity, Habitats, Health, and Happiness. She is also a freelance design writer, furniture designer, and nomad "based" in San Francisco. Trained in architecture with degrees from UC Berkeley and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, she has written for GOOD Magazine, Innovative Home, and ID, and has also taught design theory in Chicago. When she isn't traveling or emailing, Emily enjoys baking cupcakes and playing trivia board games.
The last day of Chicago’s Symposium C6 conference (“The Art World is Flat: Globalism- Crisis and Opportunity”) went out with a bang- the morning’s star-studded panel
It wouldn't be a stretch to call LOT-EK one of the original pioneers of shipping-container prefab. Their Modular Dwelling Unit, a simple yet brilliant design, has now been on the scene since
Why stop at one stunning structure in Astana, Kazakhstan, when you can have two on your resume?! Sir Norman Foster is set to construct the new Khan Shatyry Entertainment Centre in Kazakhstan's
We can't think of a better combination than DIY-crafts, cardboard, and kids- and Swiss architect Nicola Enrico Stäubli's FoldSchool furniture does just that. What's more, his chairs-for-kids
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