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Dezeen: A Trio of Towers Unveiled for Downtown LA 

Architecture firms Skidmore Owings and Merrill and P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S have designed three residential skyscrapers that will add to the growing Los Angeles skyline. The Olympia development will include a trio of connected high-rises, public shopping and dining spaces, and outdoor areas in LA's South Park neighborhood – at the junction of Olympic Boulevard and Harbor Freeway...
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Art Basel Warmup

The global art scene will once again descend upon Miami the first weekend of December with the arrival of this year’s Art Basel. The world-renowned art festival will bring 269 leading galleries from around the globe to the Miami Beach Convention Center, where they will display their latest and most significant work from more than 4,000 artists. Exhibitions will include paintings, sculptures, installations, photographs, films, and performances from masters of modern and contemporary art. The festival is a perennial favorite among cutting edge artists, wealthy collectors, celebrities, and socialites, and so far we haven’t seen any evidence that this edition will…
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Autumnal Events Post-London Design Festival

Autumn has already proven to be extremely generous to the design loving community in London. It’s been over a month since the annual London Design Festival concluded, but our artists in the London office are still buzzing with excitement over some of the highlights from the range of creative installations and events which celebrated London's vibrant design scene. The Victoria and Albert Museum played host to two of the festival’s crowd favorites. Foil, an installation by Braun and Benjamin Hubert, was a 20-meter long moving ribbon of steel comprising 40,000 individual metallic elements. French designer Mathieu Lehanneur also wowed festival goers…

'Tis the (Best) Season

Fall (n.) - the brief time of year in New York City when you can avoid hoards of tourists (at least for a little while) and 4-foot mounds of black snow. The aforementioned pros of living in or visiting the city during this wondrous, albeit short period aside, we feel that this is truly the best time of the year to be in the city. We also feel that New York is best experienced by foot, and the temperate climes currently on display by Mother Nature make this a realistic option. Our friends over at Curbed NY appear to agree.…