After 125 careers, Barbie will now be an architect, and what better way to celebrate than having actual architects design her new dream house?
The comfort and style of carpet is kicking hardwood floors to the curb, and is coming back. Not only is it returning on the floors of home across the country, but it is also appearing in bright, bold colors and patterns, according to the Associated Press.
IHS iSuppli, one of the biggest technology research firms, recently announced that Apple's iPad is the best out of all the tablets, according to PC Magazine.
The stylish and classy Gap is now looking at a new edgier side of their clothing.
The annual Aurora Awards, which honors the individuals who work on various designs of buildings and structures in the Southeast, took place this past week.
Vaughan Oliver is the graphic designer and art director of the University of Creative Arts (UCA) in Epsom, England, and he recently received an honorary degree.
The Marissa Berger Interactive (mb/i), which is a web design company based in San Francisco, recently released a new program for designers to keep up with restructuring of their websites.
Director Eli Roth is teaming up with Universal Studios to create a Hostel-themed attraction, one of Roth's most popular - and terrifying - horror films, according to the Guardian.
Students from central Wisconsin who are aspiring to be fashion designers have been working of their own version of the hit series "Project Runway," according to the Wisconsin Rapids Tribune.
Supernatural, an interior design company based in Potero Hill, San Francisco, was featured in an exhibit at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), according to Block Shopper.
Fashion designer Karen Kane recently announced that her line will be launching a new collection, which is based off of women's casual wear.
The late fashion designer Alexander McQueen's will was recently released, and he left his money to various charities, his household staff, family and dogs, according to USA Today.
The Council for Fashion Designers of America, Vogue Fashion Fund and Tiffany & Co. recently announced the winners of this year's jewelry designer award.
Now that the final installment of the Harry Potter series premiered last weekend, many are wondering what the three stars are going to do now that the 10-year project is over.
The Museum of Modern Art in New York City has a new exhibit, and the basic premise of it is to say that communication is now the driving point in design, according to the New York Convergence.
The Somerset-Berkley Regional High School in Massachusetts is looking for a makeover and the design was finally chosen, according to the Taunton Gazette.
Michelle Obama is going to Utah for a visit, and a 12-year-old fashion designer wants the first lady to wear the dress he designed, according to the news channel KSL-TV.
When deciding what colors to use in designing a new space or room, sometimes it may be wise to go bold, according to the Democrat and Chronicle.
It was recently announced that fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld will be creating an exclusive clothing line for the retail store Macy's, and it will only be available for a limited time.
Architecture design students from Texas A&M were able to help rebuild the town of Las Lomas while residents attempt to start businesses, according to the university's newspaper, The Battalion.
The Environmental Stewardship Award for this year, which is given by the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI), was presented to the Chattanooga, Tennessee, design company green|spaces, according to the news channel WTVC-TV.
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It is no secret to many that music artist Kanye West is no stranger to fashion, and now he will be showing his new collection during Paris Fashion Week later this week, according to the Elle Magazine.
Teenlike.com, an ongoing online competition for young home decor designers, announced its second winner. Brandon Dover of Apply Valley, California, was this year's winner, as he created an abstract pen and inkwork design for a bedspread.