Bloemker preserved much of the original look of the house, built in the style of mid-century modern, while giving it a beautiful modern makeover. She used natural and recycled materials and sent 90 percent of the construction waste from the redesign process to a housing non-profit for reuse.
IN THE NEAR future, everyday objects will think on their own, characters will leap from the page, and machines will create buildings to perfectly match their landscapes — all with the simple swipe of a touchscreen. “Technology will change the way we create,” says Thomas Meyerhoffer, a Swedish-American designer, innovator and entrepreneur. “As the screen becomes the canvas, we will move more and more into our actual environments becoming part of the design process.”