Book Review: Sleepless: Unleashing the Subversive Power of the Night Self

Arise, insomniacs! Your alter ego has things to do.
The Washington Independent Review of Books | March 5, 2024 | Read

Q&A: An interview with robin f. schepper

The writer talks #MeToo, John McLaughlin, and her late grandmother’s New York City brothel.
The Washington Independent Review of Books | November 28, 2023 | Read

Q&A: An Interview with j.c. hallman

The journalist’s new book chronicles the horrific treatment of enslaved women by the “father of gynecology.”
The Washington Independent Review of Books | November 14, 2023 | Read

Many popular houses in L. A. were part of a scam built by a con artist who disappeared

Yet the homes are still in high demand.
Atlas Obscura | November 9, 2023 | Read

Coming Around Again

For the London workplace of law firm and repeat client Milbank, LSM’s sinuous, sustainable, and sunlight-filled interiors make an open-and-shut case for a return to the office.
Interior Design | June 2023 Read

Prow Factor

Hickok Cole creates an eco-sensitive update for the American Geophysical Union’s Washington headquarters.
Interior Design | February 2022   Read

Power Towers

In LSM’s Washington office for eminent legal firm Paul Hastings, a pair of tall sculpture installations evoke and defy the laws of logic.
Interior Design | July 2022  Read

Icons of Design: Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

The only public library the great architect ever designed gets a major overhaul, 50 years after it opened.
Interior Design | April 2022  Read

Special Effects

Gensler draws on classic silver-screen glamour–and modern movie technology–for the makeover of the Motion Picture Association headquarters in Washington.
Interior Design | February 2021 Read

Reflection Point

LSM’s Hudson Yards HQ for Milbank mirrors the law firm’s ethos of inclusivity and connection.
Interior Design | October 2020 Read

Blurred Lines

Perkins + Will mixes work-leisure for Madison Marquette’s Washington, DC, headquarters
Interior Design | May 2019 

Rockwell Group’s ‘Lawn’ Opens at the National Building Museum

As military tanks rolled onto the National Mall like stage props to commemorate Independence Day, a few blocks away, a more iconic symbol of summer in America was taking shape — giant rolling lawn complete with croquet, hammocks, and fireflies — but all indoors.
Interior Design | July 2019 Read

Divine Hospitality

A landmark church is reincarnated as the Line DC, a Washington hotel by INC Architecture & Design.
Interior Design | November 2018

Doughnut as a Work of Art

The Hirshhorn’s famously round building is shaping its resurgence.
Interior Design | October 2018 Read

Design Insider: Then and Now

How Brazilian furniture designers carved their distinctly modern aesthetic
Interior Design | June 2018 Read

Doctor Green

The circular economy is William McDonough’s prescription for a healthy planet
Interior Design | February 2018 Read

Inside Atlanta’s Center for Human and Civil Rights

In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we revisit the powerful project by Rockwell Group and Freelon Group. This version is adapted from my original story, which appeared in the November 2014 issue.
Interior Design | January 2018 Read

Hall of Fame: Peter Q. Bohlin

The impressive career of Bohlin Cywinski Jackson’s cofounder includes work for Bill Gates and Steve Jobs.
Interior Design | December 2017 Read

Calculating Art

Q&A: Computational architect Marc Fornes on creating intricate sculptures with code
Interior Design | October 2017 Read

Yes, She Can

Built by Women, an initiative to give credit where credit is due, is rolling out across the U.S.
Interior Design | May 2015