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Daily Archives: July 21, 2011

Nick Lamia :: Paintings

Categories: Art + Graphics
Nick Lamia :: Paintings

I just discovered Nick’s work earlier this week and boy am I glad I did!  Seriously, I can’t believe I went this long without it in my life (the man’s been at it for over 15 years)!  His abstract oil paintings are so vibrant and full of energy, they’re irresistible. — Continue reading

Fashion: Givenchy’s Architectural Fall Designs

Categories: Fashion + Trends
Fashion: Givenchy’s Architectural Fall Designs

I’m not super into fashion (a fact that would be glaringly obvious if you’ve ever met me in person), but I do appreciate some fashion for its transformative abilities. Some fashion designs create an entirely different shape to a human — and I find that to be quite architectural and — Continue reading

Modern Eye Candy: Hulburd Design

Categories: Architecture + Interiors
Modern Eye Candy: Hulburd Design

Today’s eye candy comes courtesy of San Francisco-based Hulburd Design, which realized something that takes a lot of firms a long time to come to: people need both architectural and interior services when creating a home. Thankfully for Hulburd Design’s clients, they are bitingly good at both. You wanna know something else — Continue reading

Color louver

Categories: Architecture + Interiors
Color louver

The compelling architecture, Baekje, is based on the Buyeo Dynasty shows its elements here at the Lotte Buyeo Resort, Baeksangwon, Korea. Although the construction of the structure is based on modern architectural techniques, the overall design aims to recreate the aesthetic details of Baekje architecture. Use of curve lines and a — Continue reading

Interiors: B618 House

Categories: Architecture + Interiors
Interiors: B618 House

Talk about bringing the outdoors, in! The top photo of this post grabbed our attention first (as we’re sure it did for you). We love how the idea of different rooms and spaces — a traditional notion — sort of falls by the wayside in favor of a more open, — Continue reading