Dwell - March 2012
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Generally, in magazines concerned with the design of homes, fruit bowls exuberate. High-priced photo stylists spend hours arranging them. You conceive them in photographs of kitchens and benefice rooms. Often there's a hollow of unblemished green apples on the bathroom emptiness or a bowl of pomegranates in the bedroom. The offspring bowl is sometimes accompanied by a vase of tulips, glistening with spray-on dew, and precious selfish else. No quart of milk. No crumpled pouch of Pepperidge Farm cookies with but half of one cookie left at the meadow. No dish of Meow Mix up~ the floor. In short, no signs of life. At Dwell, we're scaffold a minor revolution. We think that it's potential to live in a house or chamber by a bold modern architect, to have furniture and products that are exceptionally well designed, and quiet be a regular human being. We ween that good design is an whole part of real life. And that substantive life has been conspicuous by its inattention in most design and architecture magazines.