I have no idea if what I’m working on is right, more than half the time.
Arguably, it’s the same for any of the creative individuals we look-up to as well. Austin Kleon is an artist and writer I admire, and it seems that lately almost everything he does is golden, but I’m willing to bet…
"I wanted my personal Brand to reflect my personal view of graphic design and display the effort and meticulousness I put into every project. To me graphic design is like a maze, you haven’t even started until you are completely lost in it."
If you are any kind of an artist, then validation … can be a result, but you’re going to do the work anyway. Because you’re just wired that way. It’s so engrained, it’s such a part of your personality that you don’t just stop doing it.
Adaptive reuse—in this case turning non-residential buildings into houses—lessens the physical proximity of the past to the future by sublimely juxtaposing sterile white voids with, say, a primal industrial exoskeleton. …
A Victorian water tower comes with six-foot-thick walls, while the façade of a medieval castle is relegated to mere ornament in the pursuit of both safety and functionality.
Inspired by Curbed’s avid Pinterest community, here’s a look back on a wide array of completely insane projects that (seemingly sane) architects have chosen to take on. Intrigued? Find some examples below, and visit the Pinterest board to see the ones that didn’t make the cut.
Yael Cohen Braun, founder and CEO of Fuck Cancer and founder of StandWith and her husband, Scooter Braun, SB Projects founder, and a film and television producer, are very clear about what drives them: a passion for work that feels like a calling, a tireless commitment to their causes, and the ability to enjoy the process—together. Watch the video for more of their intimate conversation as they answer viewer questions about living and working in the moment—and fighting for a better future.