The interior of an office in Manhattan's Meatpacking District designed by iCrave and photographed by John Muggenborg.

Workbook: A Different Vision

“If you’re not happy kicking around ideas with your friends at seven pm, this isn’t the place for you,” is refrain heard often around the offices at ICRAVE, a Manhattan design firm known for its hosp...

WEB EXTRA: Workbook: Tile Files

Installed on a back splash in a kitchen by case540, Urban by pw.travelogue captures the iconography of cities on thassos marble tiles. It’s part of one of the several new collections introduced...
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WEB EXTRA: SHOWROOM: Work in Progress

Humanscale’s new Rise allows users to retrofit an existing workspace, creating a quick and easy sit/stand solution. Image courtesy Humanscale. In FORM’s current issue, our Workbook sectio...

Workbook: Seeing Clearly in San Francisco

Marmol Radziner’s design for the new Oliver Peoples store in San Francisco takes its cues from the city itself. Image Drew Altizer/courtesy Marmol Radziner. Save for some immutable specifics—ho...
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Workbook: Back to School

Valerio Dewalt Train’s Earl Shapiro Hall, part of the University of Chicago Laboratory Schools, is on the cutting edge of educational design. Photograph Barbara Karant/courtesy Valerio Dewalt T...

Workbook: To the Manor Born

For the nightclub Hooray Henry’s, architect John Sofio, of Built, created a space reminiscent of an English house. Image courtesy Elizabeth Daniels Photography.What do Prince George and a West ...
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Workbook: Green Means Go

A green roof tops a new office building in Mountain View, California. It offers practical and pleasurable benefits for its tenants. Image courtesy Brick LLP. A green roof can be a game-changer these ...
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Showroom: Music to Bathe By

Tucked into Duravit’s existing range of mirrored LED cabinets, the company’s new Sound System brings a premium audio experience into the bathroom. Image courtesy Duravit.For the last deca...

Workbook: Getting Site Specific

For a longtime client’s fitness and wellness center, architect Grant Kirkpatrick creatively incorporated the structure beneath an existing tennis court. Image courtesy Kirkpatrick Architects. “...