2M Blog
2M Shop
2M Directory
2M Collective
live. learn. share. design.

Daily Archives: April 29, 2011

Modern Eye Candy: More Boora Architects

Categories: Architecture + Interiors
Modern Eye Candy: More Boora Architects

We enjoyed many of Boora Architects’ commercial and civic spaces, too; so much so we wanted to dedicate a whole other post to them! Today’s eye candy courtesy of Portland-based Boora Architects. Wanna know something neat? You can find Boora Architects, as well as a whole bunch of other talented — Continue reading

Modern Eye Candy: Boora Architects

Categories: Architecture + Interiors
Modern Eye Candy: Boora Architects

Today’s eye candy courtesy of Portland-based Boora Architects. Wanna know something neat? You can find Boora Architects, as well as a whole bunch of other talented and ready to design for you designers, architects and interior designers, in the 2M Directory.

New Fabric from Ty Pennington!

Categories: Art + Graphics
New Fabric from Ty Pennington!

We’re really excited about this new fabric line designer and TV star Ty Pennington has recently put out. There’s just something really casual and fun about all the patterns, and some of them really have a modern, graphic quality to them. The color palettes are definitely geared for a summer — Continue reading

Modern Etsy: Whimsy and Whiskey

Categories: Modern Decor + Objects
Modern Etsy: Whimsy and Whiskey

Wine might be known colloquiolly as “mommy juice” in certain social circles, but we’re gonna let you in on another nickname for something to imbibe: I like to call whiskey “bloggy juice.” Okay–maybe it’s just me who occasionally uses a good bourbon to soften the blow of daily content production, — Continue reading

Food/Design: Sushi Raku

Categories: Architecture + Interiors
Food/Design: Sushi Raku

We remember hearing when this new sushi restaurant Sushi Raku from the masterminds behind Michael Hsu Office of Architecture opened up in Houston. Judging by this brilliant architect’s track record, you would think that’d be enough for us to rush over to see what all the fuss was about. Inexplicably, — Continue reading