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November 14, 2017

Announcing the New Casa Perfect

Trousdale Estates, sited in the spectacular wooded hills above Sunset Boulevard, is one of Los Angeles’ most architecturally significant neighborhoods. Once part of the famous Doheny Ranch, which claims Greystone Mansion, the enormous Tudor-style residence, as its centerpiece, the 429-acre tract of land emerged as one of the world’s foremost hubs of modernist architecture during the 50s and 60s.
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October 30, 2017

LA | Los Angeles Home Tour

Frank Lloyd Wright once remarked that if one were to “tip the world over on its side everything loose will land in Los Angeles.” Almost sixty years after his death, the master architect’s observation holds true, particularly when it comes to the city’s unrivaled collection of residential architecture.
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October 20, 2017

NY | Hiroshi Sugimoto at the Japan Society

Known for his illusory images documenting environments that include abandoned theaters, serene marine panoramas and exotic animals, Japanese photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto has always reached for the sublime.
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January 09, 2018

The Legacy of Oskar Schlemmer

Oskar Schlemmer, who almost nine decades after his death remains one of the most influential 21st century aesthetes, was the original multihyphenate. Scouted by Bauhaus founder Walter Gropius in 1921, the Stuttgart-born painter, sculptor and choreographer became one of the first masters of the “staaliche” movement in Weimar.
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October 05, 2017

Arte Povera at Hauser & Wirth

The term Arte Povera - literally Poor Art - was coined in the late sixties by critic and curator Germano Celant who sought to capture a radically new style of work that was emerging in late sixties Italy. As the no-nonsense name implies, the aesthetic eschewed the bright, shiny and new, opting for simple, prosaic materials, archaic motifs, natural forms and boundary-blurring mediums.
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September 15, 2017

Modern Worship

In the annals of history, it’s almost impossible to separate religion and architecture. For many centuries, sacred buildings - including mosques, churches, temples and synagogues - were the largest and most magnificent structures on earth (many would argue that remains the case).
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December 12, 2017

Flattered City Facing Apartment in Porto by De La Espada

In partnership with Flattered Apartments, De La Espada created a rentable holiday home in Porto’s Foz do Douro neighborhood right next to the sea
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September 27, 2017

Lindsey Adelman's Home in Watermill

Lindsey Adelman's home in Watermill, New York, interior decoration by the designer herself. Featuring the Branching Disc Chandelier, Piet Hien Eek's Scrapwood Coffee Table with stools, and Bec Brittain's Shy Beams.
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July 26, 2017

Red House designed by De La Espada

For De La Espada's Summer 2017 photoshoot, they journeyed to the village of Azeitão, south of Lisbon to Red House, a single-family residence designed by EXTRASTUDIO with landscape by Oficina dos Jardins.
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January 08, 2018

Virtual Tour of our booth at Design Miami 2017/

Missed us at Design Miami? Take a virtual tour of our booth and browse the Design Miami 2017/ collection featuring works by John Hogan, Eric Roinestad, Reinaldo Sanguino and Christopher Stuart.
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December 22, 2017

Interview with Ben & Aja Blanc

East Coast designers Ben and Aja Blanc bring an intellectual rigor to functional design. With inspirations ranging from choreographer Twyla Tharp to artists Richard Serra and James Turrell, the duo’s collection of limited-edition lighting, furniture and objects leavens slick minimalism with unexpectedly rich materials. The Rhode Island-based duo, known for balancing elegance with functionality, talk us through their inspired creative process.
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December 05, 2017

Process & Materiality at Design Miami 2017

There are few words as misused and misunderstood as design. Over the years, the word has come to represent, among many others things, an obsession with the finished product. Flourishing in tandem with late stage capitalism, design - much like art - is often most associated with a focus on exteriority, function, conformity and commercialism.
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September 21, 2017

Shopping with Stefan Beckman

With clients like Gucci, Calvin Klein, and Miu Miu, creative director and production designer Stefan Beckman is considered one of the fashion industry’s most formidable and imaginative creatives. Across more than 20 seasons, Beckman has created the sets for Marc Jacobs’ spectacular runways shows, which are widely regarded as the hot ticket of the week.
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July 06, 2017

Shopping With Yabu Pushelberg

Canada - the cool sister in the North - just turned 150. To celebrate, we turned to the coolest Canucks we know: Glenn Pushelburg and George Yabu, the gentlemen behind powerhouse firm Yabu Pushelberg. Glenn and George went shopping at TFP and we went along…
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May 09, 2017

Shopping With Alexandra Champalimaud

Alexandra Champalimaud, the principal of New York based Champalimaud Design, is one of the most prolific interior designers working today. Equally capable of transforming a grande dame (Hotel Bel Air) as she is conjuring a brand new luxury high rise (Four Seasons Jakarta) the peripatetic Portuguese-born designer, who started her firm more than three decades ago, is known for an unerring eye, restrained but luxurious sense of color and near academic knowledge of art and design history.
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