Koio x Dominique Ansel Avalanche Croissant-Inspired Sneaker

By | May 17, 2019

I never succumbed to the allure of the Dominique Ansel cronut, the frenzied food fad that engulfed New York and quickly spread across the nation a few years back. It’s not that I didn’t think Ansel’s croissant-doughnut hybrid wasn’t delicious. It is/was. It’s simply because I’ve always thought his other pastries – tarts, cannelé, cakes, and various other pastries… Read More »

CIMENTO Unveils The Blue Passage Installation and Cimento Collection

By | May 17, 2019

CIMENTO, a new brand offering innovative cement products for architecture, interiors, and design, made its debut at Milan Design Week with the unveiling of The Blue Passage installation as well as the Cimento Collection of furniture. The installation was created by CIMENTO and designed by Parisotto+Formenton Architetti, conceived as a double-mouthed tunnel that’s open to the outside and pinched in… Read More »

Friday Five with Christina Cho Yoo and Ming Thompson

By | May 17, 2019

This week we’re chatting with the founders of Atelier Cho Thompson, a multi-disciplinary design and concept firm based in San Francisco and New Haven. Founders Christina Cho Yoo and Ming Thompson met on the first day of grad school at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design and have been collaborating on projects ever since. Though formally trained in architecture and… Read More »

The Saddle Peak Residence Situated in the Santa Monica Mountains

By | May 16, 2019

Saddle Peak Residence is located in the Santa Monica Mountains, sandwiched between Malibu and Calabasas on an acre of land. Designed by AUX Architecture, the project consisted of a major renovation to the original tract home while working with strict building guidelines. New restrictions required the architects to stay within the existing footprint which presented a number of… Read More »