Kimberlie Birks is a New York-based art and design writer.
Born in Montreal, she studied art history at Brown University and design criticism at the School of Visual Arts, where she wrote a graduate thesis on playground design. Her writing has featured in Dwell, Domus, Metropolis and Azure.
She is also the co-founder of Creative States, a visioning platform for a community of artists, designers, thought-leaders and engaged citizens exploring futures we want to live into.
Her first book, Design for Children, is published by Phaidon.
A new home replenishes Quebec’s vanishing stock of farmhouses.
Nendo’s CoFuFun Plaza in Japan’s Nara prefecture turns an ignored plot of land into a parkette of earthly delights.
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