Finding apartment furniture can be a challenge and in a world where “one-of-a-kind” products are becoming scarce, the Williamsburg based furniture design company “Recycled Brooklyn” draws attention to the value and uniqueness of recycling, reusing and bringing back the handmade object. Recycled Brooklyn likes to “make stuff out of other stuff,” using reclaimed wood, recycled ..read more..
The world’s hottest fashion photographer duo, Inez and Vinoodh, had their beautiful 3400 Sqft Lower East Side Loft featured in Architectural Digest. As far as houses go, this apartment is definitely one of my very favorites. It’s an artful, light-filled NYC loft designed with the help of Simrel Achenbach of the Brooklyn design-build firm Descience Laboratories. Also, it’s ..read more..
The Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) has partnered with technology company Control Group to bring subway commuters the “On The Go” interactive touchscreens. The new 47-inch displays will deliver real-time station directions including transfers and line alerts, countdowns until train arrival, and service updates, and will also include video cameras, microphones, and Wi-Fi. The MTA will ..read more..
This timelapse video was created by the Norwegian production company Fram Film, which will be launching a new service called Natural Light TV. Their service will see a host of films from over 20 different locations in the first year, with the first videos showing Prague (Czech Republic), Bergen (Norway), Berlin, London, Amsterdam and Oslo ..read more..
Life Magazine certainly knows how to bring us the better goods with yet another breathtakingly beautiful series called ‘Love letter to New York’. For ‘Love letter to New York’ Life Magazine collected their best New York City photography that had been taken between 1940 and 1972. This collection delivers beautiful black and white images of ..read more..
Who designed the “@ symbol,” what was the very first search engine? If you have ever wondered how the internet came to be, The Big Internet Museum will give you a tasteful interactive tour through the ever-growing existence of the “World Wide Web.” Aside from that it’s a museum like any other, with curators READ MORE ..read more..
Ernest Cole, born in 1940, was one of South Africa’s first black photojournalists, he passionately pursued his mission to tell the world what it was like to be black under apartheid. With imaginative daring, courage and compassion, he portrayed the lives of black people as they negotiated through apartheid’s racist laws and oppression and created ..read more..
I love me some Starbucks. Chances even are that, along with many others who have fallen for the super consistent, cozy homey décor, burnt-coffee smell and the $4 latte, you can find me visiting the chain to grab a drink, to work or simply hang out with my friends every other day and in any ..read more..