In Conversation: Ilse Crawford and Hugo Macdonald

It’s one of design’s chicken-and-egg questions: Is current home design changing the way we live, or is the way we live changing current home design? Ilse Crawford is one of Britain’s most well-respected interior designers and centers her outlook around human relationships, and Hugo Macdonald is the former design editor of Monocle and is currently writing a book for The School of Life called How to Live in the City.

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"Surely man at his best is a mere breath." -King David I am a mere breath God has graciously gifted to be His daughter first, a daughter and sister, a friend, an athlete, a writer, a coach. I hope to be a full-time professional soccer player, write a book or two, be a lifelong learner, work for a sports and faith ministry, coach college soccer, have a family and maybe even pick up the guitar. My dad died when I was a sophomore in college. Writing became especially important to me after his death, helping me grieve and heal. I find writing letters to him has helped me process deep emotions and pain I didn't really know what to do with. My hope is the letters will share experiences that speak to and shine a light into the lives and stories of others in some way.

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