The year’s wrapping up with a ton of great content we’ve been stumbling upon out there. Check out some of the latest on our radar, and as always share any of yours in the comments.

Cradle-to-Cradle taken to another level with Third Generation Furniture by Jason Lloyd Fletcher.
-thanks to cc

Our recent TML coverage on Korea got us digging around on some other stellar projects built and to be built in the area. Like the Ann Demeulemeester store in Seoul by Mass Studies.
-thanks to Mike

Superkilen Urban Park in Copenhagen‚Äôs N√łrrebro neighborhood is some drool-worthy urban design.

We love hearing about what the bootstrappers out there are building. The latest to hit our radar: The Shanley Addition.
-thanks to Steve

Some scorching hot digital presentations from the rock stars at Brooklyn Foundry.
-thanks to john

Not necessarily modern, but here’s a pretty amazing miniature city.
-thanks to db

It’s no secret that 3-D printing is changing the game. And fast.¬†Models-turned-living buildings,¬†anyone?

The latest blips on our Tumblr radar: The Hungry Architect and IMNARCHITECT.

Cool study on suburbs: Manifest Destiny: A Guide to the Essential Indifference of American Suburban Housing by Jason Griffiths.
-thanks to db

We’ve been cozying up to the latest book to come through our doors: Le Corbusier Redrawn: The Houses by Steven Park.
-thanks to Princeton Architectural Press

Two very cool buildings in St. Louis preserved from demolition.

Meanwhile, the sagas continue in Chicago and Phoenix.

Stunning photos of abandoned Mid-Century Modern homes by Mikael Olsson.
-thanks to Gavin

Startling photo essays of Matthew Williams. Spend some time browsing his work, you won’t be disappointed.
-thanks to Matthew

The most recent add to our architect’s toolbox: Photosynth. The quick and easy snapshots we’re able to capture of buildings has proven to be a must-have app for the iPhone/iPad. We’re curious to hear if anyone else has found this (or other equivalent) tool useful.
-thanks to db

Customatic, the newest design venture coming out of the Phoenix design-builders Construction Zone.
-thanks to Andy

Documentary on Pacific Coast modern design returns to the Northwest Film Forum for a three-day run. If you haven’t yet checked out Coast Modern, this is your chance. Bonus pre-screening ARCADE-hosted Happy Hour and post-screening Q&A with the directors.Check the film’s website for screening dates in your city.

Our friends at Ibarra Rosano¬†are getting some reality TV love on HGTV’s Extreme Homes. The original episode aired on November 29th, and will re-run on December 27th.
-thanks to Luis and Teresa

The final lecture in the Un Limited Means series wraps up with the work and words of Tatiana Bilbao. Hosted by Space.City, the event happens Thursday at the Seattle Public Library.

Endemico rental cabins in Mexico’s Valle de Guadalupe are nothing short of hot. Check out their gallery for a virtual retreat, or book for an actual one.
-thanks to Adam

Support local design and get your holiday shopping done all in once place.  The Blak Designmart Pop-Up is open for business December 15-16th.

Go check out the highly-anticipated¬†IDSA Winter Social¬†this Thursday at Makerhaus, Fremont’s newest workshop collective.

Seattleites: Double up your holiday partying on Friday. First with the ARCADE Launch Party and Silent Auction at Q Nightclub for Issue 31.1: Art Moves, Cities Follow.
-thanks to ARCADE

And our friends at Graypants  are co-hosting their annual Popsicle Holiday Dance Party benefitting Urban Artworks with Studio Gypsies at the recently shuttered Western Bridge Gallery.

Cheers from Team BUILD