Category Archives: Huffington Post

Q&A With Italian Interior Architect Pierluigi Colombo

Pierluigi Colombo of Clei, Interior Architect

Note: This interview originally appeared January 8, 2013 in Ron Barth’s Resource Furniture blog at Huffington Post. With our mutual vision, mission and drive to reinvent space, I thought it more than fitting to sit down with Italian architect Pierluigi Colombo, interior designer of “LaunchPad,” featured in the upcoming exhibition Making Room: New Models for […]

The Compromise – Huffington Post

With New Yorkers increasingly opting to rent rather than buy and overall vacancy rates at less than one percent, affordable rentals are scarcer than ever. Like a domino effect, most renters are settling for smaller spaces to save money and are facing what most people like to call “the compromise.” The compromise is the constant […]

Princess Elisabeth Antarctica – Rethinking Space in a Vast Environment

Building a living and working space for 25 – 40 Antarctic researchers in one of the most inhospitable terrains on Earth is a challenge. Throw in a self-sustaining, “zero emission” station in sub-zero temperatures and mobile research units with sleeping accommodations run entirely on renewable energy fit for polar exploration, and the task begins to […]