Spring 2014 BU Buzz Issue. Work from this issue: design, creative direction; story: A Skyline of Cranes
Winter 2013 BU Buzz Issue. Work from this issue: creative direction
Although you could grovel at their sustainability and eco-friendliness, these Jenga/LEGO-like structures are really just awesome to look at. Shopping centers, restaurants, and museums in stackable structures are taking hold around the world and we've rounded up 15 of the most innovative and travel worthy.
Sometimes, the hardest part of a vacation is leaving your pet behind. We caught up with Dr. Kerri Marshall, Chief Veterinary Officer at Trupanion, for tips on how to take your best friend with you.
The World's Most Share-Friendly and Exchange-Friendly Countries As the share economy increases in popularity, the travel industry is evolving. , , and countless other companies rely solely on this concept. HomeExchange.com recently released a list of the "top exchange-friendly" countries, and Skift has come up with a list of the "top share-friendly" countries in its State on Travel Report.
Uber Now Lets You Ride With a Stranger Would you share a ride with a complete stranger if it saved you money? That's the idea behind 's and 's latest features...and the latest duel in their tech rivalry.
Glasgow may be Scotland's largest city and the third largest city in the UK, but we think it remains a seriously underrated destination. The bustling seaport boasts everything from medieval castles to a modern music culture.
Can an App Help You Make Friends in the Lobby? MIT and Marriott Hotels turn a hotel lobby into a social hub with Six Degrees. No, Kevin Bacon is not in your hotel lobby, but a fellow Tufts alum or Microsoft employee could be.
Beach Reads Get a Whole New Meaning Flashback four years to Australia's Bondi Beach, where IKEA set up 30 of its bookcases stocked with thousands of books for a massive pop-up swap. Although this was a one-day affair, it sparked us to find some more permanent (well, somewhat permanent) beachside "free" bookstores.
The annual awards are at celebrating the creativity and innovation of design because there needs to be, "appreciation of the use of color to make our lives much more interesting places to be," said Marianne Shillingford, Creative Director of Dulux. A panel of 20 judges, including Alex Box and Jimmy MacDonald, selected seven winners from 69 nominees.
The top trends from Italy's top fashion houses including Prada, Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana and Alberta Ferreti at Milan Fashion Week.
Gaultier calls London a sort of second home, "London was the first to come to my shows...to appreciate my fashion," so it is no secret why the designer chose the Barbican as the perfect stage for his pieces.
With one listen to Beatrice Eli's EP, It's Over, we are transformed to an electro-pop world filled with catchy hooks, melodic lyrics and you can't resist singing and dancing along to her anthems. 1883 caught up with Eli at a coffee shop in her hometown of Stockholm to discuss her sound and how it feels to debut her EP.
A tropical storm, flooding and a variety of musical genres all combined on Randall's island last weekend for the third Governors Ball festival in NYC. As one of the only major US festivals on the East coast, Governors Ball attracted a motley crew of wannabe hipsters to see everyone from the folk band Avett Brothers to Kanye's protege Kendrick Lamar.
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