Interiors

Interiors

Interiors

Artist Camille Walala was invited by LEGO to create a public art installation in London and tasked with bringing the toy brand’s new 2D tiles, LEGO DOTS, to ...
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New York City’s Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) expanded last year. Director, Glenn D. Lowry, said at the time, “The real value of this expansion is not more ...
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Think of the concept of a dandy person for a second: someone whose clothing is precise, who carefully selects their words, who lives in pursuit of an aristocratic ...
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The Kintsu Bath Collection by Brizo pulls from both Scandinavian and Japanese influences through sleek contours and broken lines. Kintsu, taken from the word “kintsugi” and the word ...
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How appropriate the workspace of a company responsible for several modern reinterpretations of gaming consoles of yesteryear would also keep one foot in the past and the other ...
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In 2005, interior designer Kara Mann opened a firm of the same name with offices in Chicago, New York, and Los Angeles. With 15 years as founder and ...
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Materia recently opened their first New York City gallery, which also serves as their second home. Designed by Materia’s founders Megan Sommerville and Matt Ensner, the live-work loft ...
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It is not often we are equally impressed by food and design innovation with the same intensity. But Nami Nori, a new Japanese restaurant in NYC’s West Village, ...
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Japanese architect Kengo Kuma’s imprint is subtle but evident across the latest Ace Hotel destination located in the historic and former capital of Japan, Kyoto. The new 213 ...
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Tünde Brunette’s client, a family of five, had just moved from New York City to Atlanta about four years ago but were undecided about whether to stay permanently. ...
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