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The Glacier/Gus Wustemann

Gus Wustemann was asked by clients to design a new generous loft in the dark attic of a house in Lucerne, Switzerland.  Gus was given carte blanche on this project and the result, I think, is brilliant…literally.  Glacier, rock, and ice blocks can be seen in the ‘landscape’ of this gorgeous loft.

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Jan 11, 2012
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Choices, Choices…

His…

James Geer Photography

OR Hers…

photography by Estelle Hanania

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Jan 10, 2012
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The ‘Rise’ of the Designer Bakery

I think there is nothing more satisfying than warm, freshly baked bread with my cup of coffee in the morning.  Is there anything more comforting and familiar than a homey loaf of bread?  Now enter the ‘rise’ of cool designer bakeries.   No longer do we just enjoy the taste of our baked goods,  but we now are invited to also visually feast our eyes at many new bakeries.  Not surprisingly, the dramatic dawn of the designer bakery took place in Milan.

Blé Bakery on Agias Sofias in Thessaloniki, Greece/Claudio Silvestrin

Elektra Bakery, Edessa/Studioprototype Architects – Furniture by Xavier Pauchard and lighting by Tom Dixon.

Joseph – Brot vom Pheinsten, Vienna

Baker D. Chirico, Melbourne, Australia

VyTA Boulangerie Italiana, Turin, Italy/Daniela Colli

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Jan 9, 2012
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PUBLIC, Chicago

Just around the corner from where I live is the new PUBLIC, Chicago which was formerly the Ambassador East.  Ian Schrager is responsible for its transformation where atmosphere, service and value are at its core.  Truly elegant…

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Jan 6, 2012
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Bruno Goncalves: Urban Mirrors

Portuguese photographer Bruno Concalves shows us bits and pieces of southern Europe through water and glass.

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Jan 4, 2012
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Simplification

On my to-buy list…

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Jan 4, 2012
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Vitamin D

No worries about getting your daily dose of vitamin D here…Sunlight House by Hein-Troy Architects, Austria.

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Jan 3, 2012
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XXX Lamp by Bart Lens

“Belgian designer Bart Lens has designed a ceiling lamp for Eden Design which, at four metres wide, they claim is the largest lamp in production.” Love the design…

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Jan 1, 2012
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