Modern Squash by Christoph Niemann (And The Originals On Which they Were Based)

Modern_Squash by christoph niemann

Here’s a little eye candy…er, vegetable, for you. I came across this fun image created by illustrator Christoph Niemann for the New York Times and wanted to share it with you, along with the originals that it represents. (more…)

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Unable To Sell Their Neutra Home, Vidal Sassoon & Wife Ronnie Update It Instead.

Vidal Sassoon Neutra Home
above: Ronnie and Vidal Sassoon renovated the Singleton House, built by architect Richard Neutra in 1959; this photograph replicates a classic image of the property by Julius Shulman.

In the 2011 April issue of Architectural Digest, the magazine featured a Neutra home by the legendary mid-century modern architect. The iconic house, named the Singleton Home, had been owned by Vidal Sassoon and his wife Ronnie since 2004. (more…)

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Adding Comfort To Culture. Vitra Launches Fully Upholstered Versions Of Eames Shell Chairs.

Upholstered Versions of Eames Shell Chairs

The famous molded side and armchairs by Charles and Ray Eames, originally created in fiberglass in 1950, then made in plastic, now made of polypropylene, have become a little more comfy with the fully upholstered versions recently launched by Vitra. (more…)

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