TAXA Outdoors’ NASA-Inspired Campers

We speak with Garrett Finney about how designing for astronauts influences his more down-to-earth vehicles

Traditional campers, the types that sit dormant in driveways or clunk their way into commercial campsites, rarely excite design enthusiasts. Their interiors are outdated and the exteriors leave plenty to be desired. But for TAXA Outdoors, campers are meant to be an enhancement to your trip, providing a home-base in which you can have confidence. Their Cricket camper epitomizes this. At 15 feet long, it …

Karen Rosenkranz Documents Migration from Urban Centers to Small Towns in “City Quitters”

22 stories seek to explain why people flee energetic habitats for sparser spaces

Migrating from New York City (with a population just over 8.6 million) to Hudson, New York (just under 6,300) could prove shocking for many, let alone someone that feeds off the chaos and cultural collisions found within big cities. But, as author Karen Rosenkranz presents in her new book, City Quitters, more and more people are mustering up the courage to move on from megacities …

Our Exclusive Insight Into the 2020 Range Rover Evoque’s Design

Tracing the evolution of the now-classic SUV with its designers

The all-new 2020 Range Rover Evoque premiers in London today, nearly eight years after the model made its debut. Clearly an Evoque—there’s no mistaking it for any other model—it’s a well executed study in design evolution and refinement (though there’s plenty of revolution too). In fact, the all-new Evoque shares only a single component with the current model—its door hinges. Every other element has been …