Stephanie Rogers

From the latest developments in slightly terrifying artificial intelligence to the world’s most unique built environments, S.A. Rogers has covered it all in her 10+ years as a freelance writer specializing in architecture, design, art, and technology. She lives in the land of mist and mountains, otherwise known as the Pacific Northwest.

Articles

Cemetery Park Full of Curves and Spirals Celebrates Our Connection to Nature
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Joanna and Chip Gaines Launch New Target Furniture Line
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A Stream Runs Under This Modern “Bridge House” in Los Angeles
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Modern Accents Meet Historic Stone in Dublin’s Bolton Coach House
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Billowing Glass Rooms Enlarge a Traditional Beijing Courtyard House
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Classic Blue: Pantone’s Color of the Year “Instills Calm and Confidence”
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12 Glowing See-Saws Brighten Up New York City’s Garment District
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Parisauli Arsitek’s Kotakrat Pavilion is Made Entirely From Crates
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Atelier Pierre Louis Gerlier Cuts Fun Niches Into French Flats
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Alien Autopsy: A Series of Strange Ceramic Creations by Åsa Stenerhag
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A Ski Slope Passes Beneath a Highway at the Beijing Winter Olympic Museum
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Black Thumb? These Tiny Intricate Paper Plants Will Never Die
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Timber Rhyme: A Flowing Wooden Desk Inspired by Ribbons
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Glass-Walled “House of Flying Tiles” Designed With Reading in Mind
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Gharfa: A Ghostly Mesh Pavilion in Riyadh by Eduardo Tresoldi
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6 Standout Interior Design Trends for 2020
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