Kimberly

Kimberly Li

Kimberly is a graduate from MIT's Department of Architecture, and has recently joined the publication team at MIT OpenCourseWare. While architecture remains her first love, her interests encompass literature – epic poetry and Medieval romances are her favorite – and also fashion.

Nomad Patterns, Melting Ceramics by Livia Marin

In the advent of summer’s heat wave, ice cream isn’t the only thing that is melting. Artist Livia Marin explores the transformation from...

Ernesto Burgos

Don’t expect to take a seat and relax among these couches! In “the tone was a synthesis of all the voices they had ever heard” Ernesto...

House in Vallée de Joux by Ralph Germann Architects

The grand staircase of House in Vallée de Joux is nothing like the ornate, Rococo-style ones that often are paired with luxury and finesse....

Fixed-Gear Bicycles by Factory Five

The words “Made in China” take on an entirely new connotation for Factory Five productions. The gilded words printed on the bike frames of...

Casa de Fundo Punta Callao by Gestaa

Casa de Fundo Punta Callao is all about the views that its natural landscape offers. Designed by Gestaa, the single-family residence is oriented...

Maison Trois Garcons by Les Trois Garcons

Maison Trois Garcons is a magical place that offers a place for meditation, fascination, and conversation with like-minded creatives. The fact...

Nature’s Master Architects by Bianca Tuckwell

Many might be familiar with the structural marvels of a weaver bird’s nest, but even at the most fundamental level, the nests of your backyard...

Luna iPhone 5 Skin by Posh-Projects x Realize

While Frankie might sing out his dreams of flying to the moon, your trip to the moon might only be a phone call away. Luna, a skin for Apple’s...

WORKNEST by Wiktoria Lenart

Accessorizing isn’t something that is constrained to outfits; you can now accessorize your workspace with WORKNEST, a modular furniture set...

Rue Voltaire Loft by Grégoire De Lafforest

Grégoire De Lafforest isn’t satisfied with just one environment, but seeks multiple for the interiors of Rue Voltaire Loft. The loft features...

LM Guest House by Desai Chia Architecture

To borrow the words of Philip Johnson, LM Guest House has “very expensive wallpaper.” The views and construction of LM Guest House, designed...

Solar-Powered, Flat-Pack Refugee Shelters by IKEA

Mass-produced furniture and Swedish meatballs are some of the more popular associations with IKEA, but be prepared to add one more. IKEA has...

UMJ-1 Custom Keyboard Stand by François Chambard

Dissatisfied with the available keyboard stands on market, Mikael Jorgensen of band Wilco turned to designer François Chambard of UM Project for...

The Doll’s House by Edwards Moore

Upon the renovation of a worker’s cottage, Australian studio Edwards Moore has christened the space with a new name: The Doll’s House. The...

DIY Sailboat Kit by Balmain Boat Company

In the heart of summer, what better activity is there to pursue than sailing on the bright blue waters? And if you don’t have a boat, that...

Human Debris by Jeremy Underwood

To Jeremy Underwood, the found object is worth a second thought. Human Debris highlights the invasion of consumerism on Houston’s waterways,...

Forest in the Space by Hiroyuki Arima + Urban Fourth

While daylight studies are becoming increasingly popular in the design of architecture, moonlight plays the protagonist in Forest in the Space, a...

Monticule by Frédéric Saulou

French for “mound,” Monticule mimics the peaks and valleys of a mountain range to help organize your desk accessories. Designed by Frédéric...