By (author unknown) on February 12, 2011
By dornob on February 9, 2011
[ Filed under Architecture category ]
The entire time I lived in Seattle, there was something about architecture of the Northwest that defied description but defined much of the amazing work found in the area. This lake house (designed by Tom Kundig but built in Northern Idaho) embodies some of the best aspects of regional Modernism that spreads out from around Puget Sound. Pop the top, and see what surprises burst from the box.
By The Sartorialist on February 7, 2011
With all the layers of flannels and thermals and buffalo plaids even a skinny guy can look overstuffed – or overfed.
Leave it to an Italian, such as the gentleman above, to find a way to slim down the look and make it a flattering one. The trick is the slim cut KNIT(!) peacoat. A popped collar doesn’t hurt, either.
By adam.wulf on February 5, 2011
By nic on January 31, 2011
This Saturday I attended the Humanity+ conference in London which was packed full of incredible talks about the impact of technology on biology and what it might mean for medicine and human longevity (topics you might remember me covering when I wrote a series of posts on Kurzweil’s Singularity theory).
By (author unknown) on January 28, 2011