Reviews of “Design Life Now” are a lot like robot lobsters…they just keep coming…
Alex Terzich at Core77 thinks the blurring of disciplines are more akin to “transversing” design now.
An ode to organicism over at Design Observer was penned by Winterhouse writing award winner Thomas de Monchaux, who seems to spout prose effortlessly.
And, for the regular folk, James Gardner at the NY Post has one very encouraging thought:
Just as there are foodies who are exasperatingly knowledgeable about the latest restaurants, so there is the new cultural phenomenon of the design type, who can rattle off the names of designers the way others can recite the lineup of the New York Mets.
Really? Where do those people hang out?
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