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In Residence: Patrizia Moroso

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The grand dame of design opens the doors to her personal paradise

Imposing and unexpected amidst the lush greenery of a secluded plot in Udine in northeastern Italy, the home of Patrizia Moroso reveals a vibrant vision in the forest: at once a lived-in family home and a showcase of contemporary design and art gathered from around the globe.
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Coeur de Pirate: Crier Tout Bas

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Québec’s platinum-selling chanteuse cries out in the California snow

Twenty-five-year-old Québécois crossover phenomenon Coeur de Pirate (aka Béatrice Martin) has been dubbed the voice of la chanson Française for her generation. With over one million records sold, the Montréal-born siren’s empowering new single is the first from just-released LP Roses.
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Head Over Heels

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They teeter, they totter and they all fall down

A bright sky, a boardwalk, a stroll under the sun – so begins the Kinopravda-directed Twun, a poppy, pratfall-imbued meditation on how it feels to contend with staying upright in the highest of high heels.
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Teahupo’o, Du Ciel

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In a new clip by the SURFING Magazine titled Teahupo’o: Du Ciel, we are treated to a never before seen ariel compilation of the infamous French Polynesia surf destination renowned for its break and glass-like waves. Calling on a drone to carry out the majority of the filming, the clip shows surfers and boats scaling the massive waves in and around a truly picturesque setting that gives some perspective to the power of such sporting destinations. Filmed by Brent Bielmann and life-long Hawaii native Eric Sterman, the captivating visual can now be watched above. (text via Hypebeast)
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In Residence: César Cervantes

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César Cervantes guides us around Casa Pedregal, a reminder of architect Luis Barragán’s utopian goal

Perched on a lava field in southern Mexico City, Casa Pedregal (formerly known as Casa Prieto López) is the largest private residence designed by Luis Barragán, the country’s most prominent architect. Built between 1947 and 1950, the home was featured in advertising campaigns for urban development El Pedregal in Mexico City, a utopian solution initiated by Barragán to alleviate housing demands in one of the fastest growing cities in the world.
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Il Capo (The Chief)

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Yuri Ancarani extracts a striking portrait of marble

“Marble quarries are places so unbelievable and striking, they almost feel like they are big theaters or sets,” says Yuri Ancarani, the filmmaker behind today’s excerpt from the documentary, Il Capo (The Chief), which follows a quarry boss as he guides his men through the extraction process, using a silent language of gesture and sign.
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