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The Streamlined Surrealism of Carlo Mollino

06/05/2020 architecture & interior design & fashion

The Streamlined Surrealism of Carlo Mollino

The limitless ability of Carlo Mollino is what separates him from other designers of the mid-century era of utopian visions. A renaissance man whose oeuvre embraced the cultural and technological world, he grew to become a symbolic part of Turin's architectural and interior design landscape. Look back at his legacy on what would have been his birthday.
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The Impossible Architecture of Dreams

28/04/2020 architecture & interior visual culture

The Impossible Architecture of Dreams

Architectural and interior dreams of the world's leading digital creators are creating a new design language bound to utopian hopes and surreal visuals. In the preface of the book, Rosie Flanagan discusses how the digital world is liberating perceptions of what is possible in the physical realm.
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Marc Martin Paints The Perfect Bookstore

23/04/2020 architecture & interior

Marc Martin Paints The Perfect Bookstore

With a lucid painting style that plays on climatic atmospheres and contrasting shadows, Marc Martin makes the ordinary, extraordinary. By combining hand-drawn and digital techniques, his style is reminiscent of masters from the 1960s. After illustrating the cover of Do You Read Me?, we speak to Martin about independent bookstore culture.
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George Nakashima’s Home Is a Timeless Relic To Modernism, photo by Adam Štěch

15/04/2020 architecture & interior

George Nakashima’s Home Is a Timeless Modernist Relic

The 1950s were all about optimism, a postwar carpe diem. Design icon George Nakashima was a progressive master of architecture and interior. Known for crossing over modern societal visions with Japanese craftsmanship, he championed a futuristic concept of living treasured by his peers. Step into his New Hope studio as featured in Inside Utopia.
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A Mid-Century Home Garden Finds Its Wild Roots

14/04/2020 architecture & interior

A Mid-Century Garden Finds Its Wild Roots

The mid-century modernism movement took hold of Los Angeles like no other place in the United States. Houses were made translucent, the focus shifted from the street to the backyard. Abbye Churchill takes us into a Californian garden that creates seamless transitions between environments. A tranquil, yet wild nature in the heart of a thumping city.
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The Mellowing Aesthetic and Sculptural Statements of Sarah Ellison

11/04/2020 architecture & interior

The Mellowing Aesthetic of Sarah Ellison

“My aim is to craft a uniquely Australian aesthetic with an international influence.” To Ellison, this is expressing her influences—which span from Italian living rooms to Moroccan walls—in a distinctly Australian way. Striking sculptures and a mellowing aesthetic, her stylistic approach embodies the ideas of The New Mediterranean.
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