I'm a New York–based writer interested in stories about how design reflects and affects culture: everything from the hidden inequality of streetscapes to how algorithms are reshaping our world and the environmental crisis.
I'm primarily interested architecture, urbanism, technology, and product design. Before coming to Curbed, I covered these topics and more at Co.Design and Dwell. I'm originally from the San Francisco Bay Area and studied art history and environmental policy at the University of California, Davis.
A clear contender for the worst design of 2020 has emerged: the stage for tonight’s vice-presidential debate between Kamala Harris and Mike Pence.
An alternative to those "space bubbles."
Peterson Rich Office walks us through an idea, developed with the Regional Plan Association, that calls for adaptive reuse and infill on NYCHA campuses.
Painters Pat Steir and Francesco Clemente spent the pandemic painting and chatting with one another across their back yard.
A mid-century beauty opens to the public for the first time, and it’s stocked with new art and design.
Bloodsuckers overran a tower in China. Does this mean the whole idea is bad? We asked an expert to weigh in.
New installations from DineOut NYC in Queens and the Bronx hint at the future of outdoor restaurants.
Raina Lee cooks up custom glazes inspired by 8-bit colors and vibrant things that nearly make your eyes bleed.
This past weekend, supermodel Gigi Hadid shared a few photos of the New York City home she’s spent the last year decorating. This is the house the ’90s built.