Triple Threat: Modern Furniture Designer Harry Bertoia’s Forgotten Jewelry and Sculpture Work

The mid-century designer behind Knoll’s famous Bertoia chair had a lesser-known passion for creating organic jewelry pieces and sonambient sculptures. By Annette Maxon A question to ponder: What do haunting […]

Modern Masters: How Seattle’s Suyama Peterson Deguchi Champions Authenticity

Photos courtesy Suyama Peterson Deguchi This South Park studio explains why hand-drawn plans and stripped-down architecture make their projects stand out in the Modern landscape.  Modern Masters is a recurring […]

Modern Masters: Seattle’s Heliotrope Architects Pair Modernism with Sustainability

This Seattle architecture firm doesn’t compromise environmental consciousness for good design. By Claire Butwinick Modern Masters is a recurring 360Modern digital feature, spotlighting the top modern architects, designers, and builders […]

Art? Sculpture? Furniture? Paul Evans Design

Is it art? Is it sculpture? Is is furniture? These are questions we find ourselves asking when admiring the works of Paul Evans. One of America’s most controversial furniture designers, Evans is known prominently for the contributions he made later in his career to the American Craft Movement.