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The Tangled Threads of Design

Fashion & Interior Design- Is there really a difference? There are endless examples of how the paths of interior design and fashion intertwine. This connection is achieved through a shared design language: elements of materiality, and concepts of form, shape and space. Through these strategies, it becomes obvious that they would be informed by the […]

coG Studio 20 May ’16 by jessica frakes

Earthen Architecture; looking to the past to inspire the future

Inspiration for a sustainable future of architecture can often be found in unlikely places; including the past. Earthen architecture, or architecture created from mud, cob, sod, clay, adobe, and other variations and concoctions of the “earth” has been implemented by humans for thousands of years. Since this building material is literally under ones feet, it […]

coG Studio 6 May ’16 by Mollie Decker

Welcome the Season with a Pot or Three

Does your heart sing when you behold a concrete urn filled with ivy and geraniums? I know the feeling. Nothing welcomes, signals, beckons through a door like a gorgeous, well-designed container of plant material. Container gardening is an excellent way to bring a variety of color and plant happiness to your door and patio. It’s […]

coG Studio 29 Apr ’16 by kate knight

Productivity: Increase It

As designers keep thinking of ways to utilize spaces, managers are trying to best utilize employees. It only makes sense that these worlds collide, but not in the way you would traditionally think. There have been studies shown that naps during the day can actually make you more productive. So much so, a Polish Designer […]

coG Studio 22 Apr ’16 by Alisha Ross

If You Give CoG a Reading Room…

We’re going to want to build it outside.   Once you give us the public space, We’ll want all the neighborhood kids and families to come. When we think about the kids, We’ll get really fired up about improving the reading proficiency statistics. Then we will want to boost our impact by collaborating with local […]

coG Studio 4 Apr ’16 by Kara Klein

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