Category Archives: Architectural Design

Ron Barth Responds to New Yorker Article on Carmel Place and NY’s Affordable Housing Situation

A recent New Yorker piece entitled “Are Micro-Apartments a Good Solution to the Affordable-Housing Crisis?” by Elizabeth Greenspan reminded me of a quote I once heard: “[The person] Who knows only his own generation remains always a child.” In order to understand the micro-apartment conversation, it’s essential to understand its historical context. Modern micro-apartments such […]

Dwell on Design NY – Soho Success!

Dwell on Design New York 2014

I think everyone who attended would agree that the debut of Dwell on Design New York was a huge success. The unique event, curated by the editors of Dwell magazine, was more design summit than trade show – the main stage was filled with a constant stream of industry experts, thought leaders, and visionaries in fields that […]

Dispatch from WestEdge

What an October we have had! From Dwell on Design to WestEdge Design Fair, we have revealed our latest and greatest from coast to coast. From the land of warmth and sunshine at WestEdge Design Fair, we were proud to be named “Best in Show” for furniture by ASID Los Angeles!  

Dwell on Design 2014 – Crowds, Kids and Flying Squirrels

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Whew – what a week in Los Angeles! Dwell on Design 2014 was a huge success for Resource Furniture and Clei. The festivities began with a fabulous party in our LA showroom for our friends at Georgia Tech School of Architecture . . . Laura Deam, Dwell founder and Amanda Dameron, Dwell Editor in Chief stopped by […]

Georgia Tech is Filled With Really Smart People

OK, Georgia Tech ZED-H Studio students: now that I have caught my breath after a wonderful, whirlwind trip to Atlanta, allow me to say a hearty and heartfelt BRAVO!!!! And WOW. I really can’t say that enough. So what brought Resource Furniture to Atlanta? Well, it was partially the lure of some really good food, […]

Transforming ASUNM

This blog was written by ASUNM team member Kevin Christensen at Arizona State University with a Master in Architecture. 5:30 A.M.: The Sun begins to break over the mountains in the distance, the air is still cool, the racket still hasn’t really started yet, it’s calm. The 3:30 A.M. wake up call is all but second nature […]

Resource Furniture & Norwich University

This blog was written by the Norwich Solar Decathlon Team. For more information please visit their website at solardecathlon.norwich.edu and “Like” their Norwich Solar Decathlon 2013 Facebook page. Norwich University’s Delta T-90 House is a 996 square foot, two-bedroom home that is tuned for the unique seasons of the northeastern bioregion. The Delta T-90 home is designed to maintain a comfortable […]