Whether it’s thanks to Banksy or Basquiat or San Francisco’s Balmy Street murals, graffiti has become transgressively cool, and it can be a vibrant expression of urban energy and our multicultural heritage. But when it’s in our national parks? Not such a great idea, perhaps.
It isn’t everyday I stumble upon a chicken coop that’s equally sleek, creative, and water wise. Eager to learn about this drought-friendly design, I chatted with Santa Barbara architect, Alex Wyndham, to get the full scoop on Toro Canyon’s Chicken House.
I remember the first taxi ride I ever had in New York City. The cabbie asked me what I was doing in New York. I told him I had just finished an interview for a job at ABC Sports. He replied, “Schports?! I love schports! When I go home, I’m going to turn on the Knicks game. The rest of that […]
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