T Magazine online: October 2, 2014
Not many people would find drywall shards or scratched Plexiglas particularly evocative. But these, among other functional materials, radiate a sense of spirituality in the photographs of the artist Barbara Kasten, who captures staged sets in which she confuses the autonomy of platonic forms like cones, cubes and plinths using light, reflection and scale.
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FOUR PICKS FROM THE CHICAGO ARCHITECTURE BIENNIAL
T Magazine online: October 6, 2015
A look at how an enterprising retail shop in Tijuana is merchandising the work of Mexican craftspeople inspired by regional vernacular design.
T Magazine online: November 6, 2014
A review of "Mario Botta: Architecture and Memory" a monographic book of the architect's 50-year career published on the occasion of his exhibition at the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art in Charlotte, N.C.
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COlony OPENS IN TRIBECA
T Magazine online: June 30, 2014
Colony currently represents 13 designers working in lighting, furniture and textiles in a business arrangement that pulls from both showroom and gallery models and is fueled by a broader mission of resource-sharing.