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Material attachment to design

micro pen to macro space     In my previous blog, I have discussed the integration of intensive studios into interior design curriculum in order to offer more opportunities for multi-disciplinary academic and professional collaboration. My first intensive inter-disciplinary two-week studio was with George Verghese CEO of Material Advances and Practice INC. and an expert on […]

“Would you like fries with your degree?”

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The Never Ending Project ©. Interactive technology in design education

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City traces

One day … I wanted to write on the ‘Invisible Cities’ of Paris, Venice, and all the cities I visited just like Marco Polo in Italo Calvino’s book Invisible Cities. I wanted to write about the Parisian balconies, the English clocks, the Italian streets, the Australian skies, the European rivers, Skiathos windows, Tunisian doors, Alfresco […]