Erica Islas

 Interview: Timeless Kitchen and Bath Design Renovating any space can be a daunting task, especially when the pressure is on to create a space that wows.  Culver City-based interior designer Erica Islas always comes armed with an arsenal of ideas and resources for kitchen and bath renovation Read More :

Mario Botta

The antiquity of new: interview with architect Mario Botta Discussing styles and trends in mainstream architecture with Mario Botta, would be like asking one of his works to speak the labyrinthine language of a shopping mall. We’re in one of his buildings, the Campari headquarters in Sesto San G Read More :


MONICA TRICARIO – PIUARCH ARCHITECTS INTERVIEW Monica Tricario, you represent the feminine touch of one of the most sophisticated Italian architectural studies, in your opinion what is the main contribution you bring as a female architect to the Studio? Architecture, like many other professions, Read More :

Rafiq Azam

World premiere: interview with Rafiq Azam Rafiq Azam tells Floornature that he came to architecture via painting, still an important component of his philosophy of design. His work takes form when he is completely immersed in the spirit of a place to the point that he falls in love with it. Hi Read More :


Q+A: ARCHITECT RICHARD MEIER Fifty years after opening his firm, the celebrated American architect discusses some of his iconic buildings, his influences, and the enduring power of white Interview by Henry Urbach |Portrait by Joshua McHugh ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST As  the New York–base Read More :

Annabelle Selldorf

Q+A: Annabelle Selldorf Interview by Philip Nobel Architectural Digest, April 10, 2013 Architect Annabelle Selldorf in the new Manhattan gallery she designed for David Zwirner. Photo: Michael Weschler Architectural Digest: Tell us about your inspiration for the new David Zwirner gallery in Man Read More :

Shigeru Ban

Shigeru Ban named as 2014 Pritzker Prize Laureate Japanese architect Shigeru Ban has been announced as the 2014 Laureate of the Pritzker Architecture Prize. Established by the Pritzker family of Chicago in 1979, the prestigious award is widely regarded as “the Nobel Prize” in the ar Read More :