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archatlas: Detroit: The Dream Is Now by Michel Arnaud Detroit:...

archatlas: Detroit: The Dream Is Now by Michel Arnaud Detroit: The Dream Is Now is a visual essay on the rebuilding and resurgence of the city of Detroit by photographer Michel Arnaud, co-author of Design Brooklyn.

The Heritage Boot By Ridgemont Outfitters

After launching the Monty range that revamped the classic ‘70s hiker boots in footwear with a Southern Californian look and feel, Ridgemont Outfitters takes things up a notch with The Heritage boot.

5 deliciously pink Instagrams to kick off your spring weekend

Why? Because they’re pretty It’s the last Friday in April, which means that summer is so close, you can almost reach out and touch it.

A Self-Adjusting Marking Tool, a Rotating Materials Organizer, Matthias' Last Shop Tour & More

New Tool Invention: Self-Adjusting Straddle Square Izzy Swan is coming out with a new line of tools, starting with this clever invention: Setting Up Shop April Wilkerson has finally moved, and here she starts setting up her new temporary shop--which she has to share with her husband: Final Basement Workshop Tour Matthias Wandel gives us a final tour of his shop before he moves, explaining how he arrived at the layout and what the pluses and minuses of it are: Bandsaw-Cut Sign Jimmy DiResta produces an insanely labor-intensive brass and wood sign for a distillery: How To Install Handrail Posts, Quick And Easy Who could make a video of fabricating and installing a deck rail post sexy?

Tiny house goes off-grid with big amenities

And a big price tag Aching to get off the grid but can’t bear the thought of giving up a comfortable lifestyle?

Andi Soto’s Intimate Examinations of Humanity, Nature

Andi Soto, a Panama-based artist, uses ink, graphite, prismacolor pencils, gel pens, and other materials to create her intricate figures, often bare and seemingly vulnerable.

In Palm Springs renovation, a little color goes a long way

Great color pay off An Alexander Construction Company-built midcentury home in—where else?—Palm Springs has gotten a bright and cheery makeover thanks to interior designer Michelle Boudreau.

Tel Aviv: A design lover's city guide

Go for the Israeli city’s cache of Bauhaus architecture, stay for the markets and beaches With its rambling, spice-laden markets, cache of Bauhaus-style architecture, and over eight miles of beachfront, Tel Aviv, Israel, is a unique destination.

The iconic locations of Twin Peaks are back in a new teaser

The Black Lodge. The Red Room. The sherriff’s department. The diner. All of the iconic locations from the OG Twin Peaks are back in a new teaser for the show’s upcoming relaunch.

Vietnamese architect Hung Nguyen has conceived...

Vietnamese architect Hung Nguyen has conceived the Pavilion of Origins, a structure that uses living plants to purify the air.

The Beauty Behind 'Knitted Glass', 1977 EPA Graphic Standards Reissue and How to NOT Spend $2K on an IKEA Bag

The Core77 team spends time combing through the news so you don't have to. Here's a weekly roundup of our favorite finds from the World Wide Web: Parametrically-designed folding chair in the 'digital minimal' style, by Carlo Ratti for Cassina.

How Palm Springs, long a design hot spot, leveled up

With Modernism Week, Coachella—and now Desert X—Palm Springs has become an international destination This Sunday marks this end of the visual campaign from the Coachella Valley that has been waged upon your Instagram account for more than two months.

Ja Rule apologizes for disastrous Fyre Festival

After social media was flooded with nightmarish images and horror stories from Ja Rule’s nascent music festival, Fyre, it was quickly cancelled.

Tribeca Film Festival 2017: Highlights: Embracing, excelling beyond and avoiding traditional cinema at this year's event

In its 16th year, NYC's Tribeca Film Festival now comprises thousands of screenings, multiple venues, cross-disciplinary works and so much more to be excited about—whether or not cinema is your primary passion.

Design Experience That Matters: How to Solve Hard Design Problems

1. Identify the Problem Clearly German mathematician David Hilbert said "a perfect formulation of a problem is already half its solution." What is true for math problems is also true for design challenges: without a well-framed problem statement, it's easy for the industrial design and detail engineering stages of the product to move very quickly in the wrong direction.

Titillating Truths About The World Of Porn That You Might Find Hard To Believe

Composite image by DesignTAXI. Background image via Shutterstock How much do you know about porn? Genres and actor names aside, there’s more than meets the—aroused—eye about the world of adult films.

MIT Self-Assembly Lab's Rapid Liquid Printing technology produces furniture in minutes

A team of researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has developed a 3D printing method that is considerably faster and can work at a much larger scale than current processes.

108-Year-Old Veteran Credits Long Life To Women And Vodka

Earlier this month, retired US Army Sergeant Eugene Ruf celebrated his 108th birthday. Ruf spent 20 years in the Army, serving in both World War II and the Korean War.

Shipping container hotel offers eco-friendly getaway for surfing nomads

Simple housing for up to 13 people This eco-friendly shipping container hotel near Litomerice, Czech Republic, is the perfect getaway for nomads looking for a little surfing action.

Design Milk Travels To… Montréal

Don’t be fooled. Despite its Old World architecture, cobblestone streets, and century-old facades, Montréal is a bustling hub of culture, design, art, food… the list goes on.