Holly McWhorter, LEED AP, is a writer and designer living in Brooklyn. A native of Philadelphia, she went to Spelman College for undergrad and has a graduate degree in architectural interior design from Parsons. She's been hardcore design junkie (with a special hankering for the green kind) since childhood. She has written for publications including the Village Voice, TheRoot.com, Zink magazine and various design blogs, and with her husband Bjarke Ballisager is a co-founder of PLANT design studio. In her spare time, she likes to play music and sing, take pictures, and travel far and wide.
If the thought of sipping an espresso amongst urinals doesn’t gross you out, then we’ve got a café for you: Attendant, the newest arrival on London’s booming coffee bar scene.
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Up until now, heat-sink technology has been being used primarily in satellite technology, and Dyson is the first to use it in a consumer lighting context. Dyson set out to not only create a
So you finally got around to hanging some hooks on the wall by your front door, or maybe you even bought a coat rack, but what about your keys, your phone, your dog's toys, and all the other
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We recently spotted these nifty wool bowls by MIO at ICFF during New York Design Week. Even though they're not new to the scene, we were so enamored by their cute design, we couldn't help but
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