Let’s go to the bach

  This is a bach. A definition on Remodelista describes a bach as “something you built yourself, on land you don’t own, out of materials you borrowed or stole.” But something tells me that none of the examples you will see here were stolen, borrowed or self-built (maybe one?). The small beachside lodgings are an iconic part…

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Eight wheels of joy

Totally Free is a short film directed by Daniel Soares about the roller skating community of San Francisco. The film profiles some of the skaters and their motivations to stay on eight wheels long after the roller-craze has left popular culture prescriptions. After watching this I’m sure everyone will be wondering where they left their…


An Open Eichler To Oggle

Klopf Architecture, Arterra Landscape Architects, and Flegel’s Construction collaborated on this mid-century Eichler classic in Palo Alto, California. The incredible residence confuses the outdoor and indoor paradigms with an emulsion of the two spaces via the extensive use of concertina doors on both sides of the white waller. Nut butter browns break up the white with…


Let’s go back to school

  If I was ever placed in some of kind of situation in which I had to return to school in to win the approval of my father and his peers and in turn the reigns of his hotel empire (sounds like an idea for a movie) – this is the kindergarten I want to…


An Inanimate Narrative: The Fictional Object Ethos

The creative pursuits of South Coast residents seem to know no bounds as week in week out we find another talented group or individual picking up their collective tools to produce. No exception to this fact is Fictional Objects creator Emma Rutherford. Omnipresent within her Fictonal Objects range of textile centric wares is an affinity to…

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