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One of the most innovative neighborhoods in the United States is the brainchild of Miami Design District developer Craig Robbins and his company DACRA. DACRA, along with its partner, L. Callerton Real Estate, created the new Design District, an impressive masterpiece in urbanism not seen before in the United States with its newest addition and recent unveiling of the Museum Garage.
By VENÜ MAGAZINE
Jun 29, 2018 · 5 min read
HAVE YOU EVER painted a room what you thought was the perfect color, only to have it end up looking like another color entirely when you finished? It’s a conundrum that may not have anything to do with the paint or color sample: The real culprit could be your lighting.
By Quarters Magazine Flecks Paint
Nov 17, 2017 · 3 min read
A little over two years ago, in April 2016, HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum launched Dubai’s 3D Printing Strategy, an initiative that aims to use technology to “serve humanity and promote the status of the UAE and Dubai as a leading hub of 3D printing technology, by the year 2030”.
By Big Project Middle East
Jun 4, 2018 · 7 min read
I’ve maintained a lot of long-distance friendships in my life, with eight of my best friends currently living outside of the country. From Denmark to Seattle, Oxford to Pennsylvania, the people I love are scattered across the map. I don’t joke when I tell people that I know time zones like most know times tables.
By Debate Magazine
May 27, 2018 · 5 min read
Artists and Designers as a product of their times. Those who create as people who see, document, and respond to the times they live in. Art inspiring new generations of artists: this stunning photo shoot by Slovakian fashion photographer Michal Pudelka, captures and interprets Nehera’s unique collection in a visual study of inertia and the languor of the suburb.
By Pie Media Group
Aug 21, 2018 · 2 min read
ACCOUNTS & RECORDS is a media arts company, but that doesn’t really explain what we do. We like to say that we create sonic worlds for others to experience and enjoy, which can be anything from a podcast to the audio component of an art installation, a radio play or the audio walks that we have worked on in collaboration with the Koffler Centre of the Arts. We did a walk called The Slow Now, inspired by Anne Michaels’ Fugitive Pieces. People can download the file and listen as they walk College Street between Manning and Montrose. It’s part podcast, part poetry reading, with a lot of references to the physical environment—both what is there now and what used to be there. We’re really interested in preserving the history of our public spaces: the stories, the buildings, the environments.
By Allied Properties REIT
May 15, 2018 · 2 min read
Supporting music artists who are known sexual / domestic abusers promotes rape culture. By denouncing them and choosing to not listen to their music, we effectively can strip the power away from the abusers and empower victims instead. We must stop being complicit with abuse if we want to create a safer, more accepting environment for everyone.
By Colour Magazine
Apr 29, 2018 · 4 min read
Katherine Midgley and Seamus Green have created an enriching shopping experience at their contemporary craft shop in Clevedon, Somerset with a mix of traditional and modern aesthetics
By 91 Magazine
Mar 28, 2018 · 4 min read