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Design In The Desert - Palm Springs Modernism Week 2016

The warm ‘winter’ winds greeted us as we approached our favorite desert retreat for the whirl of delicious design, invigorating art, midcentury madness – and just the right amount of tropical cocktails and topical conversation with a few hundred of our closest design friends and colleagues ...

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Aaesop’s First Store in São Paulo

Paulo Mendes da Rocha and Metro Associated Architects teamed up to design Aesop's first outpost in Latin America store, pairing exposed concrete with handmade tiles. The interior of the Aesop store in São Paulo was designed in a collaborative effort between Brazilian architect and winner of both the Pritzker and Mies van der Rohe prizes, Paulo Mendes da Rocha and local studio ...

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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Sturges House – A Los Angeles Architectural Icon

We were thrilled to have the chance to explore this iconic building last weekend during an open house – the property is up for auction, the first time on the market in almost 50 years. Commissioned by a young engineer who saw Wright’s work in a magazine, the property has been called ‘the redwood stealth bomber’ and ‘a symbolic abstraction of the machine ...

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The LA Art Show 2016

Art, Design, Music, Architecture - these are part of the Lusive culture. We love to get our team involved in field trips, gallery visits, concerts - to see, feel, listen and take part in experiences that are inspirational, educational and support creative people within (and outside of) Los Angeles - interior and product designers, artists, architects, fashion designers ...

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Shadowplay Clock by Breaded Escalopes displays time in response to touch

A Vienna-based design studio Breaded Escalope launched a prototype of a wall clock that uses shadows to display the time. The clock works as an ambient light and does not show numbers or hands on its face until someone touches it, at which point two shadows that ...

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Multicolored Artistic Porches Line in Midtown Vancouver

The City of Vancouver’s VIVA cultural program recently displayed the ‘Porch Parade’ as a temporary pedestrian plaza at the historical 800 block of Robson Street. ‘Porch Parade’ featured a mid-street vibrantly colored “party wall” as the most visually defining aspect of the entire functional art piece. Porches straddled the wall to create a ...

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Battersea Power Station will Feature Hotel Rooftop Infinity Pool with the Panoramic Views of London

The Skyline, a wavy structure designed by Foster + Partners as a part of the third phase of Battersea Power Station redevelopment plan will feature a rooftop infinity pool overviewing the historic Battersea Power Station and the River Thames. The swimming pool will be a part of a 160-room hotel located in ...

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Cella Bar / FCC Arquitectura + Paulo Lobo

Cella Bar by FCC Arquitectura & Paulo Lobo is the result of a regenerative transformation and expansion of a small pre-existing structure that had been abandoned for many years.....

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Ghosts of the Berlin Wall: 8,000 Glowing Orbs Span 10 Miles

For the 25th anniversary of its fall, the Berlin Wall installation project illuminated the historical divide between East and West, temporarily recreating the infamous border with balloons on tethers in place of concrete with barbed wire. The work, titled Lichtgrenze by creators Christopher and Marc Bauder, went live for just three days, inviting residents and visitors alike to retrace a path that ...

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