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Jul 18, 2011
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Surfin’ Sunday

Venice House, Venice, Ca by Antoine Predock

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Jul 17, 2011
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Taking It All In

Jamie Beck

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Jul 16, 2011
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Red

Ginta Lapina by François Nars for Vogue Japan 2011

Pan II, 1980, Cy Twombly

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Jul 16, 2011
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Tribeca Loft

I’m ready to  pack my bags and move…again.  Oh my, the raw brick walls, wood beam ceilings, skylights, and modern furnishings are speaking to me.  In addition, there is 4,700 square feet to wander about in and a rooftop deck.  Yes, there is no place like home at the Price/Sheetz Residence on Worth Street in Tribeca.

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Jul 15, 2011
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Domaine Des Andeols

In honor of Bastille Day, we are headed to France…

Perched on a hilltop with views of olive trees, lavender fields, orchards and lakes, in Luberon, Provence, you will find Domaine Des Andeols.  Each of the suites is comprised of nine free-standing, individual houses.  Designer furniture, sculptures, contemporary art, and other objets d’art can be found in each stunning suite.  The idea is to make each guest feel at home…or at least in ‘the home of their dreams.’  Oh, I would say, ‘done.’

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Jul 14, 2011
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Trip Haenisch

I’m crushin’ on Los Angeles designer Trip Haenisch in a big way.  Perhaps you are familiar with his work; he recently created Courteney Cox’s Malibu space.  His work is sophisticated, eclectic, and comfortable.  Trip will also add a bit of humor and quirkiness for good measure.

Are they playing hide and seek?

Trip’s philosophy is that “every design develops from an amalgam of individual client factors including lifestyle, personal preferences, geographic location, and architectural surroundings.” He then imbues this information with “an exquisite design sensibility, stylish luxury, and intrinsic craftsmanship that culminates in a timeless quality—all trademarks of a Haenisch design.”

There are many fab projects to view at Trip’s website.  You will not be disappointed…I promise.  I think there is something for everyone.

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Jul 13, 2011
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Stone Love

Hilltop Residence in Richmond, Vermont by H. Keith Wagner Partnership.  Oh yes.

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Jul 12, 2011
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This Is Mine…OK, I’ll Share

Welcome to the New York Penthouse by Studio Gaia.  The style here is most definitely modern, warm, casual, and comfortable…the signature look of Studio Gaia.  I think I’d settle in nicely here.

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Jul 11, 2011
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Cheers

Join me for a sampling of Austrian wine?  Weingut Claus Preisinger Winery by PropellerZ.

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Jul 10, 2011
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Artist and Jewelry Designer: Lorraine Pennington

I love the look and feel of artist  and jewelry designer Lorraine Pennington‘s work.  Solid and earthy, pleasing textures and mysterious imagery all add up to…beauty.   Lorraine searches for a balance between color and texture.   She applies many layers of paint and will scratch, sand, and wipe away to reveal what lies beneath the surface of her artwork.  Lorraine is drawn to  “wabi sabi,” the art of the imperfect, and  finds it is often revealed in her jewelry designs and artwork.

I had the pleasure of meeting Lorraine through her fab blog, 2BMODERN.  Lorraine’s work is also featured on her website, Modern Surfaces Art Gallery.

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Jul 9, 2011
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Soft

Meadowbrook House in Arizona by Atherton/Keener…soft minimalism.  Peaceful.  I like it here.

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Jul 8, 2011
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Misha Gordon

“Light effect that is worth replicating in architecture…”  Thank you to architectureandarts.

Crowd, silver gelatin prints 25×38

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Jul 7, 2011
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Time Out

Time to work out together at Yoga Deva (deva in Sanskrit means deity) in Gilbert, Arizona, by Blank Studio. Isn’t this the perfect venue for inward meditation and contemplation?

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Jul 6, 2011
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Shimmery

Famed restaurant MORIMOTO by Tadao Ando in New York’s meat packing district offers its patrons a zen-like serenity throughout the space.  An organic ceiling resembling the raked sand of eastern sand gardens is a stunning feature.  I love the shimmery effect of the ‘bottle wall’ composed of 17,400 half-liter plastic bottles filled with signature Morimoto water from Wales.

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Jul 5, 2011
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