Wonderwall Archives 01

A retrospective book of Masamichi Katayama's beautiful design "experiences"

From A.P.C.’s bungalow-style boutique in Tokyo to Hong Kong’s freezer-like Ice Cream store, Wonderwall, the interior design firm founded in 2000 by Masamichi Katayama, has made its name by creating a diverse range of spaces throughout Asia, the U.S. and Europe. A monograph of the studio’s work to date, Wonderwall Archives 01, is now available from Parco Publishing. Containing some 50 examples of Wonderwall’s commercial …

Kate Miss Jewelry

Friendship bracelet-inspired necklaces from a graphic-designing blogger

The ultra-crafty graphic designer, jewelry designer and blogger Kate Miss produces simple necklaces that are so lovely it’s difficult to procure one before they sell out from her online shop. Almost two years ago the Long Island City-based designer developed a renewed interest in the friendship bracelets of her childhood, partly, she says, “out of nostalgia and partly due to the boom of the whole …

Anthology Magazine

A new quarterly magazine pairing storytelling with unscripted interior design

With the creation of their new quarterly shelter and lifestyle publication Anthology, editor Anh-Minh Le and creative director Meg Mateo Ilasco have introduced a beautifully-assembled magazine that juxtaposes eye-catching photographic coverage of home décor, travel, design, entertaining, and culture with compelling narratives on these subjects. Anh-Minh, veteran contributor to publications like The San Francisco Chronicle and ReadyMade magazine, and Meg, author of several home design …