Morning Paper 1-02-2016

DEAM + DIME FOR TARGET

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The collection includes a number of playful and functional animals that Chris and Nick had fun designing. Chris explains that it all started when Target suggested they design something “figural” or decorative, “which is not a typical starting point for a modernist.” He continues, “But I did recall that many of the midcentury Scandinavian furniture designers had also created animal figures. I thought that was a good place to start.”

Read more on https://www.dwell.com/article/deam-dine-reveal-their-design-process-behind-modern-by-dwell-magazine-for-target-77d5afd2

 

STONERS

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Stonework is the new go-to for a refreshing interior of cool tones and rough finishes. Add a few warmer pieces in blush orange or Tyrian purple for a dreamy retreat which will get your senses tingling…

 

 

Morning Paper 12-29-16

THINKERS SPACE

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The architectural details are a sight to behold as well. We’re talking high ceilings, marble floors, and Serlian windows that open up to balconies with stunning views of the lagoon. It’s no surprise that over the years this property has been home to many other artists looking to be inspired on a daily basis.

Read more on http://www.housebeautiful.com/design-inspiration/real-estate/news/a7625/friedrich-nietzsche-home-for-sale/

BREAKING BOUNDARIES 

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“I came to realize that I was being condemned, not by lack of ability, but by my color,” Williams wrote in a 1937 essay. “I wanted to vindicate every ability I had. I wanted to acquire new abilities. I wanted to prove that I, as an individual, deserved a place in the world.”

Read more on http://www.architecturalrecord.com/articles/12096-the-boundary-breaking-career-of-aia-gold-medal-winner-paul-revere-williams

FAKE IT

 

Don’t have a designated office? Don’t worry: You can still create a working space wherever you have a little bit of extra space. “Create room for a small desk in your living area, bedroom, or even dining area,” Harrison says. “You can add floating shelves above it to house office supplies and display decorative objects.” Ta-da, an office nook.

Read more on http://www.realsimple.com/home-organizing/decorating/home-office-decor