interviews

Interior Design: The New Freedom


Videotaped recordings of Barbaralee Diamonstein in conversation with 12 American designers and architects, including Massimo Vignelli, Angelo Donghia, and Ward Bennett, about their approaches to the problems of contemporary interior design.
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A Tale of Three Peripheries


Rael Feliciano, Kai Liu and Jamila Jad have quite a few things in common. They each live at the rough edges of formal urban settlements.
Global Lives Project, Rael Feliciano, Kai Liu, Jamila Jad, cities, urban, formal settlements, edge, peripheries, neglect, São Paulo, Brazil, Chengdu, China, Shatila, Beirut, Lebanon, video, film, interviews, Design with the Other 90%: Cities, Exhibition

Teens take part in JFK 50th Anniversary Website


Jeremy Guerra gathering data in Morrisania, South Bronx
City of Neighborhoods, DreamYard, youth, Teens, high school, high-school, students, education, New York City Learning Network, NYCLN, New York Public Library, NYPL, 2011, 50th anniverary, JFK, John F. Kennedy, inauguration, President, legacy, interviews

It's a Book, It's a Blog, It's a Blook


Recently released is The Word It Book, a collection of visual submissions to the blog Speak Up. “Word It” is one of SpeakUp’s most popular and original features. Each month, a different word is posted on the site, and anyone who so desires can submit a visual/verbal interpretation.
Word It, book, collection, visual, submissions, blog, SpeakUp, Design Life Now, Triennial, Exhibition, favorites, high-resolution, files, print vs digital, virtual vs physical, curated, pacing, scale, sequence, interviews, commentary, sensual, seductive, phenomenon, blogging, writers, Lulu Blooker Prize, blooks