Editor-in-Chief Caren Kurlander brings more than ten years of experience in consumer shelter publications to the editorial team of FORM. Caren was formerly FORM's Managing Editor since April 2010. Recently, she served as a senior editor for Western Interiors and Design, where she produced and wrote feature stories on projects ranging from a reclaimed stone creamery in Jackson Hole to Michael Keaton’s Los Angeles ranch house. Prior to that, she worked for Architectural Digest, editing the magazine’s Designers Discover Design column. Currently, she writes for Luxe Interiors + Design and is a contributing editor for the online design database The Editor at Large.
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The new Architecture Library at Delft University of Technology just opened featuring a spectacular front desk built out of recycled books. After the devastating fire in the Architecture building that took a portion of the library's reserve, the school set out to establish a new collection that would consist of the salvaged books that went unburned and a bounty of others newly purchased to replace the destroyed volumes. Opened less than a year after the engulfing inferno, the new library is a bright, cheery space of architecturally inspired elements and stacked to the brim with an endless amount of books.