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  ETTORE SOTTSASS (1917-2007) was a grandee of late 20th century Italian design. Best known as the founder of the early 1980s Memphis collective, he also designed iconic electronic products for Olivetti, as well as beautiful glass and ceramics. Ettore Sottsass devoted his life and work to dismantling the past in his various roles as
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With Salone de Mobile in Milan kicking off this week and bringing together design world VIPs, Nowness.com visited the London home of one of its favorite sons, Marc Newson, in the second installment of Nowness’s “In Residence” series, helmed by Matthew Donaldson. A space-age aesthetic dominates at casa Newson, an unlikely look for a period
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Long overdue, this pictures of Belgian Supermodel Anouck Lepère in her stylish and chic apartment in Antwerp. Face of Hugo Boss, muse to Gaia Repossi and dedicated charity ambassador, supermodel Anouck Lepère found time to welcome photographer Estelle Hanania into her elegant Antwerp apartment. A tasteful blend of old meets new, Lepère’s home offsets Moroccan
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This might not be your average City Furniture blogpost, but these pictures just made us smile and we can’t NOT share them with you. Life magazine visits the famous Pink Palace at 10100 Sunset Blvd. in Beverly Hills where Jayne Mansfield – actress, singer, sex symbol of the 50′s and early 60′s – lived with
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Have you ever walked past a house on your way to work and thought, Wouldn’t it be nice to live there. Artist Judith Brenner did. But unlike most of us, Judith loved the house so much that, in July 2002, she and her husband, Jonathan, took things a step further by phoning the owners and
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Japanese surrealist Terunobu Fujimori reveals his otherworldly vision: A one-legged teahouse suspended amid cherry trees in the Japanese mountains showcases the vivid imagination and designs of architect Terunobu Fujimori. Conceiving his first creation at the age of 42, Fujimori is considered one of the world’s first surrealists in his field. Working solely with natural materials
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This post is an ode to indoor plants, the finishing touch to any urban interior. On top of that one out of three houseplants can actually provide fresh air for good health. Our favorites: - The Areca Palm (or Chrysalidocarpus lutescens) is does great air cleansing work during the day. About 4 shoulder height plants per person
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In a brilliant career spanning more than four decades, Yves Saint Laurent has always been driven by the need to invent and change. At the tender age of 21 the shy, bespectacled designer had already established himself as the new creative force behind the grand couture house of Christian Dior. A few years later, with
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A set of Motel postcards from the 1950′s and 60′s, back in the days when a motel was a sophisticated place for mysterious encounters.   Daring color schemes contrast warm wood paneling with cool blue; a homey, modern sitting area transforms a motel room into a living room; and simple wall-mounted lighting is a tasteful
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    Let us introduce you to an extremely talented photographer from Antwerp, Mieke Verbijlen. With an eye for all things beautiful, she takes us for a visit in the living spaces of some of her closest friends. The photo’s she takes are visual poetry, she knows how to play with light and capture sentiment.
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  in the late 1960s, Jack Nicholson was just Jack Nicholson: a guy with some interesting, supporting roles under his belt and, one suspected, a slew of starring roles in his future. In September 1969, not long after Nicholson had charmed moviegoers and critics alike with his deceptively easygoing performance as a sweet-natured, booze-sodden, small-town
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Villa Nellcôte in the south of France was the exotic location where the Rolling Stones recorded Exile On Main Street.   Commissioned in 1854 by a businessman named Eugene Thomas, in 1971 Villa Nellcôte, in Villefranche-sur-Mer on the Côte D’Azur was the temporary residence of Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards, his partner Anita Pallenberg and
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Egon von Fürstenberg or Prince Egon of Fürstenberg was a fashion designer who wrote two books about the power look for men. His first book – The Power Look, a guide to fashion and good taste –  is fashion oriented, the second one – The Power Look at Home: Decorating for Men – translated his
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Last week the village of Hyères at the French Riviera hosted the 27th International Festival of Fashion & Photography. In the impressive decor of the Villa Noailles young artist pave their way to international succes. It’s a very avant garde festival, a bohemian home where trends are set, where open minds come together to look
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We’re always looking forward to a new issue of Apartemento. This issue of everyone’s favorite everyday life interiors magazine includes the first Apartamento Fiction Supplement featuring Jocko Weyland, Amanda Maxwell, and our London fave Conor Donlon. Keep a look out for some familiar LA faces! Featuring: Tierney Gearon, Duncan Fallowell, Yrjö Kukkapuro, Conor Donlon, Nanos Valaoritis,Tomás
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