Ever wondered what a tiny home in Tokyo might look like? I have.
As urban areas all over the globe become more densely populated, we'll need more varied solutions for housing people and making their lives more comfortable. This kind of design could be adopted anywhere. Read More
Environmental architect David Hertz's demeanor is open and collaborative and one way or another, we end up touching upon the spiritual aspect of Balinese design, millennial co-habitation in urban centers, and the threat of Kardashian consumerism to us and the rest of the world Read More
Who is David Hertz? He's a restorative architect. An artist. An inventor. And a bad ass. Read More