While it’s not without its gray days, the beauty of Southern California lies in its temperate climate. So, too, while it’s also not without its gray moments, the beauty of family is in being together.
Housed in the Biscuit Company Lofts building—which was erected in 1925 as the West Coast headquarters of the National Biscuit Company (Nabisco)—in Los Angeles’ Arts District, the 1,620-square-foot loft space was initially transformed into a two-bedroom apartment.
Since its debut in 1943, IKEA has been a pioneer. At that time, its founder, Ingvar Kamprad, was only 17 years old. He started the company with a small sum of money that his dad rewarded him for doing well in school. He chose the name IKEA as an abbreviation of Ingvar Kamprad from Elmtaryd (the family farm), Agunnaryd (the nearby village, located in southern Sweden). The rest is history.
On view through July 24, 2021, this exhibition showcases new and site-specific contemporary art and design works by 18 international artists taking place in Luss House, the former residence of Gerald Luss in Ossining, New York.
Where does the story for a centuries-old building truly begin? As it pertains to Italian artist and architect Vincenzo De Cotiis, the question is not nearly as interesting as to how the story ends, particularly in the case of the austerely done residence he designed inside a badly neglected palazzo near central Milan.
Presenting three projects reflecting the perfect mix between artificial and natural lighting, bold and soft color, and openness and privacy.
The yurt—that portable, tent-like structure used by nomadic tribes—comes from ancient origins but is having a moment. In truth it’s never gone away.
With a pink-and-red palette and mix of materials, wallcoverings and textiles, this Brooklyn townhouse dares to be bold.
KAA Design rethinks a mainstay of local outdoor living for a contemporarily conceived oceanfront abode on The Strand…
L.A. designer Tim Campbell re-envisions a Holmby Hills abode to reflect the character of its culturally landmarked fountain by…