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XO: Remembering Elliott Smith, 10 Years LaterThe year was 1998. The 70th Academy Awards were being held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, and as Madonna approached the podium to hand out the Oscar for Best Original Song, it seemed a given that one of the most unstoppable and popular celluloid anthems of all time, Celine Dion’s Titanic megahit “My […]

XO: Remembering Elliott Smith, 10 Years Later

The year was 1998. The 70th Academy Awards were being held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, and as Madonna approached the podium to hand out the Oscar for Best Original Song, it seemed a given that one of the most unstoppable and popular celluloid anthems of all time, Celine Dion’s Titanic megahit “My […]

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thetypologist:

Typology of swimming pools. Photography by Franck Bohbot

thetypologist:

Typology of swimming pools. Photography by Franck Bohbot

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fuckyeahbrutalism:

Litho City, United World Center Project, Manhattan, New York, 1963
(Kelly & Gruzen)

fuckyeahbrutalism:

Litho City, United World Center Project, Manhattan, New York, 1963

(Kelly & Gruzen)

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lifestyledc:

fuseproject designed Public Office Landscape for Herman Miller as the “ultimate collaborative office environment.” this was one of the more interesting products I saw at NeoCon this year. while the aesthetics of the products can be debated, the thinking behind it is pretty intriguing. I like this quote from Yves Behar in the post about the project:
"We found this statistic: 70% of collaboration happens at the workstation. This hit me like lightning and I wrote this on the project wall: ‘The majority of collaboration happens at the desk, yet desks have never been designed for interaction."
lots more at the link, including a nice video showing how the 45 pieces can mix and match to create different social and individual areas. interesting stuff, especially considering a lot of the discussion that has surrounded our new space and its design goals.

lifestyledc:

fuseproject designed Public Office Landscape for Herman Miller as the “ultimate collaborative office environment.” this was one of the more interesting products I saw at NeoCon this year. while the aesthetics of the products can be debated, the thinking behind it is pretty intriguing. I like this quote from Yves Behar in the post about the project:

"We found this statistic: 70% of collaboration happens at the workstation. This hit me like lightning and I wrote this on the project wall: ‘The majority of collaboration happens at the desk, yet desks have never been designed for interaction."

lots more at the link, including a nice video showing how the 45 pieces can mix and match to create different social and individual areas. interesting stuff, especially considering a lot of the discussion that has surrounded our new space and its design goals.

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beingblog:

"When you live in a city like Detroit, it’s not just buildings that have become ruins. It’s that a way of life, a way of thinking has died and something else has been born — a new culture, a new spirit. And I think that’s what you get in Detroit if you are able to look past the ruins. What an opportunity. What a time to be alive."

Here’s a different story about Detroit. With the recent news coverage of its declaration of bankruptcy, we travel to a city of vigor where joyful, passionate people are reimagining work, food, and the very meaning of humanity. Grace Lee Boggs, a Chinese-American philosopher and civil rights legend, is the heart and soul of this largely hidden story, which holds lessons for us all.

Restoration in Progress :]

Walking through the maze of life… one room at a time.

Walking through the maze of life… one room at a time.

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efedra:

Malgosia Bela by Mario Sorrenti for Jil Sander S/S 2000 Ad

Reflected imperfection?

efedra:

Malgosia Bela by Mario Sorrenti for Jil Sander S/S 2000 Ad

Reflected imperfection?

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the royal “King Edison” pendant lamp by designers ‘Young & Battaglia’ for Mineheart, at New York 2013. “debuted a glass pendant lamp with a tiny chandelier inside last month”—dezeen via 
Clever… smart… fun.

j9sopinion:

the royal “King Edison” pendant lamp by designers ‘Young & Battaglia’ for Mineheart, at New York 2013. “debuted a glass pendant lamp with a tiny chandelier inside last month”—dezeen via 

Clever… smart… fun.