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Check out the amazing documentary Eames: The Architect and the Painter, about Charles and Ray Eames. Its a fascinating look into the evolution of their designs and the process behind their collaboration. The husband-and-wife team of Charles and Ray Eames were America’s most influential and important industrial designers. Admired for their creations and fascinating as individuals,
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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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    These pictures were taken in “The Stork” villa in Ostend, Belgium. Architect and furniture designer Joseph De Bruycker from Roeselare, Belgium was influenced by the cubist style of the Dutch architect Willem Dudok.   The house he designed for Dr. Camiel Depuydt is typical of the interwar progressive architecture that reflected the international
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  LIFE magazine’s Gjon Mili, a technical prodigy and lighting innovator, visited Pablo Picasso in the South of France in 1949. The meeting of these two marvelous minds and sensibilities was bound to result in something extraordinary. Mili showed the artist some of his photographs of ice skaters with tiny lights affixed to their skates,
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When a collection of furniture reminds you of the hit 1980s game show, Blockbusters, you know you’re onto a winner. But the Rayuela stools from Spanish furniture designers Alvaro Catalan de Ocon, are of course so much more than that.   A repeated tile pattern is what makes these pieces so successful as the designs can be
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This project has been realized in a neighborhood, Antony in Paris, France that is an example of the belief that architecture, whether heterogeneous and homogeneous, is shaped by outdated zoning regulations. The delays in securing permits, along with conditions of the urban situation and our desire to continue and refine our own research on wood
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Although we’re all about interiors, it’s the outdoors that inspire us most. We love to travel, meet new people and discover new places. That’s why we love Randy P. Martin’s work. He has a way of capturing breathtaking places and intimate moments. Makes us want to take the first plain and leave. Fecalface.com interviewed the
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  NY – Here’s a sneak peek of our upcoming Contemporary Art Day Sale – browse the digital catalogue for fresh and exciting works by Tauba Auerbach, Walead Beshty, Nate Lowman, Matthew Day Jackson and more!   Source : Phillips de Pury & Company   &nbsp
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This book gives you a fascinating glimpse into the most significant mid-century interiors of architects, artists and designers. Leslie Williamson captures the houses of influential names like Russel Wright, George Nakashima, Harry Bertoia, Charles and Ray Eames, Eva Zeisel and many others, in a collection of intimate and revealing photographs.       ‘Handcrafted Modern’
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The lovely Magali and Bart invite you for coffee on Coffeeklatch and give you a peek into the eclectic homes and workspaces of Belgian creatives, a collection of beautiful photographs and inspiring chitchats.     We especially loved this last story on interior architect and vintage trader Frederic Hooft.     The 16th century home
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Celebrating the homes, studios, and workshops of the famed art colony as well as their builders’ lifestyles. Captured in stunning color and warm available light are the plain and poetic, the exotic and beautiful, the funky and rustic shelters and workplaces of generations of creative residents of that unique Catskill mountain village. Its main thesis:
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Philosopher Alain de Botton had the idea for Living Architecture while writing a book about architecture, and feels passionately about the educational mission behind Living Architecture. His mission is to share his love of beauty, his role to select the architects ‘Living Architecture’ works with. He takes escapism to a whole new level. Every detail
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Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde has created this installation where, by controlling the humidity and atmospheric pressure in a room, he can conjure up surreal clouds that float elegantly inside a room. An ephemeral beauty that lasts for just a brief moment, but is captured forever as a photograph, proving Daliesque scenes occurred with a little
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