I am excited to announce that I have been chosen to participate in Chefs Night Out on November 21, 2013. The event, hosted by CS Interiors Magazine and International Interior Design Association, pairs interior designers and restaurants in a competition to showcase great food and great design. I have been matched with the Florentine, an restaurant in the Loop known for its "elegant yet accessible interpretation of seasonal Italian cuisine."
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Over the top, California style. This home, both in terms of architecture and interiors, stayed very true to one particular genre. What do you think of the sparse, uncluttered aesthetic?
Why shouldn't dogs have options for wonderful spaces in the home. This article features some clever and attractive items for dogs to use within the home.
Hemodialysis units are a common component of the health care system. Given that patients who require hemodialysis will have too many hours at a unit multiple times per week, the opportunity for design to have a cumulative impact on various healthcare outcomes is great.Read More
This is one portion of a case study looking at personal infrastructure. As a human sharing space with two dachshunds, it amazes me how much of my life and how much of my home is dedicated to them.
I used an abstract form developed as part of a lofting/time-lapse exercise in Rhino to inspire design of a more concrete construct.Read More
"Practised in China for over 6,000 years, feng shui has played a significant role in shaping the country’s architecture. Despite attempted suppression during the Cultural Revolution of the 1960s, feng shui has not only remained prominent in its country of origin, but has become well known across the Western world too."