5 rules of design from Nate Berkus – Weekly Picks June 2015 #2

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Artist Lindsey Adelman wants to 'show you her weird.' Style Essentials Interior Design
1. This Art World Music Video is serving Gothic Luxury Realness
If you want to talk about multi hyphenates, let’s talk about artist Lindsey Adelman, whose most recent creative outpouring, “Show Me,” debuted last night at Wright auction house on New York’s Upper East Side. The show includes Adelman’s signature lighting structures along with mirrors, handmade gold jewelry, and­ a music video featuring original composition and choreography. [continue reading here]

 

 

A Spiritual Journey Tokujin Yoshioka's Glass Teahouse in Kyoto Style Essentials Interior Design
2. A Spiritual Journey: Tokujin Yoshioka’s Glass Teahouse in Kyoto
He’s collaborated with Hermès, Kartell, and Swarovski. But Tokujin Yoshioka has recently come home. His Kou-An Glass Teahouse now stands outside Kyoto’s Shoren-in, a Buddhist temple declared a Japanese National Treasure. [continue reading here]

 

 

Calvin Klein Buys Los Angeles Home for $25 Million Style Essentials Interior Design
3.Calvin Klein Buys Los Angeles Home for $25 Million
Fashion designer Calvin Klein views a new home as “a blank canvas that I can make my own,” he says. So he’s eager to unleash his creative energies on the contemporary five-bedroom home in Los Angeles that he has just purchased for $25 million. [continue reading here]

 

 

Nate_Berkus_apt_by_Roger_Davies Style Essentials Interior Design
4. 5 rules of design from Nate Berkus
Nate Berkus, founder of the interior design firm Nate Berkus Associates, author of “The Things That Matter” and a frequent design expert on “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” was the guest on this week’s Home Front chat. Here are some of our favorite pieces of advice from the live Q&A[continue reading here]

 

 

Studio Ramoprimo transforms Traitor Zhou's 18m2 interior Style Essentials Interior Design
5. Studio Ramoprimo transforms Traitor Zhou’s 18m2 interior
Traitor Zhou’s is a market, bakery, café, and whisky bar. it’s also packed into a single 18m2 room, crammed next to a japanese restaurant and stuck directly beneath a pre-existing staircase. instead of running away, italian-chinese studio ramoprimo took on the challenge headfirst, with a solution focusing on utility of space, and multi-purpose elements. [continue reading here]



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