The iconic Moleskine sketchbook gets the Canadian treatment from eleven creative studios – including Bruce Mau, Yabu Pushelberg and Claude Cormier – whose doodles and intricate diagrams provide a glimpse into their creative processes.
By David Dick-Agnew |
October 22, 2012
Sustainability and urban gardening aren’t new, but, if the number of books published on the subjects is any indication, their popularity keeps growing. Here are five go-green titles that have arrived at our office in the past few months.
By Catherine Osborne |
June 12, 2012
We’re scouring the design world for the season’s coolest gifts. Next up, a compilation of must-have books (originally reviewed in the pages of Karno.in.ua), including Ken Greenberg’s urban planning manifesto, Rem Koolhaas’ ode to the Metabolists and monographs on Barber Osgerby, Hella Jongerius and Dieter Rams.
By Nina Boccia |
December 14, 2011
A new generation of design studios, including Thing Thing, Dirk Vander Kooij, Soft Baroque, Kim Markel and Crafting Plastics, are retooling a problematic material with creative recycling and bio-based ingredients.
By Samantha Tse |
February 19, 2019