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Women of Lusive

Since opening our doors in 2002, Lusive has strived to be a leader in cultivating a diverse workforce, which is perfectly exemplified in the incredibly talented women that make up our team. Led by Sally Thomas Cooper, National Association of Women Business Owners award winner, Lusive is proud to have an array of accomplished women running a variety of departments throughout the company. As an ode to them and their rich design history in ...

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/ Design

Virgin’s Gateway to Space in New Mexico

Virgin Galactic recently revealed the interior of its Gateway to Space building at Spaceport America in New Mexico. Completion of this interior work means the spaceport facility is now operationally functional and able to support Virgin Galactic’s flight requirements. The company’s choice to operate in New Mexico was due to the state’s decision to commission landmark architecture for the world’s first ...

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/ Events

Lost at Sea, Found in San Francisco

San Francisco’s Asian Art Museum has just unveiled a treasure chest full of lost relics. Their Lost at Sea: Art Recovered from Shipwrecks exhibition opened yesterday and features historic Vietnamese art recovered from shipwrecks. A fierce three-headed serpent and a mysterious female deity were among the nearly two dozen 12th-century ...

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/ Events

VIVA LAS VEGAS!

Viva Las Vegas! Earlier this year, Lusive team hosted our annual HD design event, “A (Design) View of the Park,” at the newly opened Park MGM Hotel and Casino. Guests were treated to a personal design tour of the property, showcasing ...

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/ Giving

Volunteering at TreePeople

The Lusive team recently had the pleasure of spending a Saturday morning volunteering at TreePeople where we helped their dedicated team clear up the lush grounds and sprawling trails along Mulholland Drive. In addition to helping beautify the grounds, their incredibly ...

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/ Events

BDNY 2019

New York, New York - no matter how often we visit, the city never fails to captivate. We got deep into the heart it in our favorite Meatpacking District brunch spot SANTINA - perfectly  tucked under the High Line and next door to the ,,,

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/ Events / Inspiration

Glass in 18th-Century Britain

Located in the beautiful Finger Lakes region of upstate New York, the Corning Museum of Glass is preparing its spring exhibition, In Sparkling Company: Glass and Social Life in Britain During the 1700s. From glittering costumes and elaborately presented confectionery, to polished mirrors and dazzling chandeliers, glass helped define the social rituals and cultural values of the period ...

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/ Design

Architect Jean Nouvel in Miami

Miami Beach is being graced with a building by architect Jean Nouvel. The Monad Terrace is currently under construction. Nouvel ‘s design aims for visitors to enjoy the depth of views and textures of light. He describes the Monad as “A kind of alchemy between the water and the vegetation … between the wind and ...

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Cloudspotting in NYC

New York City’s Jason Jacques Gallery is set to present Cloudspotting, a solo exhibition of London-based artist, Tessa Eastman, beginning October 10. Eastman’s hand-sculpted ceramic works— colorful drawn and built clusters, arrangements, and structures inspired by clouds and molecules— span the gap between the microscopic and the ...

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