• Erin Tallman

    Erin Tallman is a journalist and the Editor in Chief for ArchiExpo e-magazine. She contributes to other online publications and, as an author, has already published her first novel.

    “It’s always a great recognition to receive an award for one’s work,” stated Poul Madsen, founder and co-owner of Normann Copenhagen, in a press release. The Danish design company took off in 1999 and launched their Flagship store in 2005–doted one of Europe’s 12 treasures by New York Times Travel in 2014. Last year’s...

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    Each year the international interiors show IMM in Cologne invites a world renown designer to put the spotlight on their vision of living. “The project looks at contemporary furnishing trends but also the aspirations of the public and social change,“ designer Dick Spierenburg wrote in the editorial for the Das Haus...

    “It’s a tough one,” Mario Seneviratne, Director of Green Technologies said during the conference on LEED v4 at the construction trade fair Big5 2015 in Dubai. Architecture professionals going from LEED v3 to v4, as Seneviratne explained, will come across some challenges. “I’ve been all over the world to discuss the...

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    “In the future, waste shouldn’t exist,” Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde said in the official video for the Smog Free Project. It goes without saying that bad air quality in cities affects our psychological and physical well-being. Roosegaarde and his team of experts came up with, what they call, “the world’s largest...

    “This is where urban development is still taking place.” Dutch architect Daan Roggeveen moved to China seven years ago to launch, with journalist Michiel Hulshof, a research project called Go West. Focused on urbanization in central and western China, the project reveals China’s urban revolution. According to the...

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    The interior design profession in Japan, as explained by designer Kita Toshiyuki in 2012, was nearly nonexistent. The lifestyle there simply wouldn’t allow it. Limited space and cluttered shelves pushed the average citizen away from inviting guests over to admire their lovely home. There is, however, a definite move...

    A 21st century cabinet of curiosities, New York’s Chamber boutique leads its second annual limited editions collection of unusual and experimental objects. “Human Nature,” curated by renowned photographer and filmmaker Andrew Zuckerman, follows the seasons with two separate installments, called Chapters. ‘Tis the...

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    In 2014 a team of designers kick virtual reality in design up a notch. It’s called Gravity, the perfect solution to visualize your ideas from the first sketch. Composed only of a pen, a pad and augmented reality glasses, Gravity puts designs in 3-D form while drawing.   Click here to read a past issue on 3-D...

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    Although some countries have extended the celebration, the International Year of Light 2015 has come to a close. Here’s a special highlight on innovative lighting products. The Lighting Architecture Movement Project (LAMP) held its second annual competition and announced three first prize winners. Established...

    “Wood, a sustainable and natural substance, is the ideal material of this constructive revolution in progress,” said Eric Richard, architect at Kerosene, in magazine Séquences Bois on July 6. Throughout the construction trade fair, exhitibors presented wood in interesting ways. We learned more about Accoya wood, an...

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