Tag Archives: Dwell

Eric Trine’s Column Pedestal Planter Holder

A bit of a switch-up from my rusty flea market finds, but here’s proof that elevation is also on the minds of commercial designers and artists, albeit in much sleeker, powder-coated forms, suitable for indoors or outdoors. Photo courtesy of … Continue reading

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outdoor bias

I admit to a strong design bias towards how a dwelling interacts with the outdoors. An exterior focus, if you will. Don’t ask me why. I’ll whip through on-line home tours, acknowledge a nice chair or rug or staircase, and … Continue reading

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a restored Lautner house

It’s summer, so I’ve become fixated again on windows, views through windows, breezes through windows. In my inbox recently from Dwell, this house in Desert Hot Springs caught my eye, built by architect John Lautner, a protege of Frank Lloyd … Continue reading

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an afternoon at the museum

“Modern design was born from the marriage of art and industry.” – “The Architect and the Painter,” Jason Cohn and Bill Jersey I was worried the exhibit would be over by the time I finally scooted over to Los Angeles … Continue reading

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If you ever walk your neighborhood wondering why it looks the way it does, or wonder why you never want to walk in your neighborhood at all, you may be interested in The New York Times opinion piece, “Shifting the … Continue reading

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