Lizzie Wright

Lizzie Wright

​Lizzie Wright is an aspiring artist and designer with a passion for the written word. While she works on her BFA in Industrial Design at the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), she spends her (rare) spare time riding around Providence on her trusty Cannondale and drinking lots of coffee. She is especially fascinated by the dichotomy between aesthetic form and function, which has an immense influence on her work. As a lover of the natural world, Lizzie plans to focus on Nature, Culture, and Sustainability Studies to pursue a more efficient future for design. Read more by visiting her website

Rescue & Revival

A former St. John’s Ambulance Station East Sussex, England has been given a complete, head-to-toe makeover by Marta Nowicka & Co....

Iperbole

Created by Italian designer Federico Angi for Atipico, this seating collection demonstrates the powerful graphic effect that the simplest...

Bunkers Uncovered

Writer and avid cyclist Max Leonard made a rare discovery as he rode his bike around the remote French Alpes-Maritimes; startled, he stumbled...

Fire Made Still

German visionary Katharina Grosse has applied the art of painting beyond the classical conventions of surface and space. Spray paint engulfs...

Fahouse Fantasy

Tucked away in the wooded outskirts of Montreal, this whimsical home by architect Jean Verville awakens a familiar sense of child-like wonder....

Irrational Reality

“Nodding to the master builders of the past, we use constraints to achieve the ‘impossible.’" Indeed, the concept behind the Armadillo...

Design Destination: Montreal, Canada

Quebec’s largest city may also be its most artistic; with 4 universities and a vibrant international community, it practically breeds creativity. ...

Mido

The founders of the REFORM Design Biennale – open through June 28 at the KINFOLK gallery in Copenhagen -- “want you to try to think of...

VillaLóla: A Modern Growth in Iceland

While designing with the environment in mind can be limiting for some, ARKÍS architects proves time and again that such considerations open the...

The Floating Piers

Have you ever wanted to walk on water? Well, now you can. Since 1970, artistic duo Christo and Jeanne-Claude (who has since passed away) dreamt...

Lake Eildon Houseboat

Tucked away in Australia’s Victorian Alps, Lake Eildon is truly a sight to see. Inspired by the site’s natural beauty, young design firm...

Sanctuary by the Sázava

Suspended above a lake off the Golden River Sázava within a former Posázaví granite quarry, this prototypical family home by architecture...

Natural Exploitation

We manipulate our surroundings to fit our needs, real or perceived. Petroleum is perhaps the greatest offender; since 1869, the United States alone...

1-Hundred Times

Avra Watch Company embodies the ideals of purposeful design; inspired by California’s aerospace and naval industries, their unique aesthetic...

A Smarter Bike Trolley by Sentier

Despite its numerous advantages, bike travel is often dismissed as impractical, cumbersome, and/or inconvenient. Anyone who has tried to travel...

Hi Tech Trays for the Modern Home

The most recent project to come out of Layer studio investigates the relationship between technology and the domestic space. Through a...

Art Deco Revived

Though the popularity of art deco peaked in the early eighteenth century, Atelier Sauvage (or “Wild Workshop”) proves it will never go out of...

Exploring the Red Zone

Iranian photographer Jalal Sepehr offers a rare perspective on global affairs through his recent series, “Red Zone;” the title refers to the...