category archives: design

  do you believe in coincidence?  or, in connectivity?  such as, six degrees of separation, the theory that social distance is composed of six or fewer social network connections?   consider the following connections: connection number one (numero uno):  a book entryways of milan (ingressi di milano), an outstanding book about 20th century milanese architecture.  […]

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  in memory of a modern master, french interior designer, christian liaigre (1943-2020). a designer of products and projects.  furniture and furnishings.  residential, hospitality, and yacht interiors.   he had ‘style without being stylish’. -liaigre website penthouse | new york, ny | interior design by christian liaigre | architecture by john pawson liaigre | written by […]

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  ‘a decade in colour’, an article by michelle ogundehin in the how to spend it magazine of the 14 december 2019 financial times (ft) newspaper, suggests that:   ‘…paint is like make-up, easy to apply, easy to change-so i always reapply.  and i suggest you treat colour trends in the same light-hearted way.’   […]

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  do you believe that fashion trends and interior design trends are related? if so, then based on the spring 2020 women’s ready-to-wear collections in milan and paris, jungle and tropical prints and colors are on trend. noir kei ninomiya | spring 2020 ready-to-wear | 27 september 2019 | paris, france looks 1, 31, and […]

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  more highlights from our art (and design) filled pre-holiday day trip to los angeles… an installation by british artist and writer, edmund de waal, at the schindler house.  one of the world’s first modern houses.  and, an architectural landmark.   edmund de waal: –one way or other- 16 september 2018-6 january 2019 mak center […]

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