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Name: Tej Sundher Location: Santa Monica, California Size: 1,800 square feet Years lived in: 2 years Anyone who has ever purchased a earlier era home with the intent to transform it to a more modern dwelling can relate to this story. Worn old carpet and pink wallpaper didn’t discourage Tej and his designer friend, Cozette, from seeing the vision of what could be. Read Full Post
On Saturday afternoon, I hauled myself down to a big old factory building in Pilsen for The Vintage Bazaar. The venue for this year’s show was incredible, offering plenty of light and space for the vendors to really showcase their wares
Audi: Her submitted #bolddesign was the Civic Opera House Chicago, which @alivetonightt says is “Constantly booming with life and new productions”
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A cactus couch,”liquid” wood — highlights from the Milan furniture fair.
Rendering via Eric Owen Moss Architects Architect Eric Owen Moss continues his makeover of Culver City’s Hayden Tract with 3585 Hayden , an adaptive reuse of two old warehouse structures. He’s connected the two buildings and added a twisty tower at the eastern edge of the property, on Hayden Avenue, but standing literally out above the rest of the project is the Cactus Tower, a renovation of a 60-year-old steel frame structure that once housed an industrial press, according to the architect’s website
French practice Moussafir Architectes have completed this refurbishment and extension of a house in the Parisian suburbs, adding deep larch wood window frames. (more…)
Congress embarks on a rhetorical debate about greenhouse gases WHILE campaigning to become chairman of the Energy and Commerce Committee of the House of Representatives, Fred Upton, a Republican from Michigan, vowed that he would grill Lisa Jackson, the head of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), in front of his committee so often that she would need her own parking space on Capitol Hill. On February 9th Ms Jackson submitted to her first interrogation, about one of the Republican Party’s pet peeves: the EPA’s plan to restrict emissions of greenhouse gases from cars and factories by decree