London officials are leveraging their infrastructure spending on the so-called Neo-Austerity Olympics to help revitalize one of the city’s poorest neighborhoods. Critic Christopher Hawthorne weighs their chances for success, and at what cost.
For this quartet of makers, product design can fulfill a personal passion, resolve budgetary constraints, and even expand their clientele.
Good hygiene has long demanded a room of its own. Bathroom history on exhibit through Sept. 17.
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