Happy New Year, Curbly! To celebrate, my friends at TipNut have gathered more than fifteen free, printable 2010 calendars. I love the Sketch Rockwell, tongue-in-cheek version above from Little Brown Pen, as well as the very recognizable Helvetica on white version from Ruffled below.
The end-of-the-decade lists keep coming with the help of the Washington Post and their list of the best architecture of the last decade. Philip Kennicott does the ranking and sites the symbiotic relationship of architecture and the economy. The events of September 11 started the decade with reconsiderations of building tall, but those fears soon passed as some of the world's tallest buildings were constructed in the oh's. Not surprising to anyone paying attention, a big push went toward 'green' construction. As for the best of the decade, here they are:
BHG assembled a brain trust to discuss home features that we might want to skip or splurge on in 2010. Some I agree with, some I do not.