Every company should have a courtyard like this for employees. Oh well… only in our dreams.
Fashion designer Elie Tahari hired MVVA to add a soothing landscape to a windowless suburban “box” he was renovating to relocate 300 warehouse and accounting staff. Mr. Tahari’s work spaces in New York City are renowned for their sensuous materials and unusual uses of landscape; he sought to recreate that feel in an otherwise hostile suburban building.
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Here (poke the guy in black below) are some fascinating images and an interesting interview from the most expensive city in the world.
Stussy’s creative director Paul Mittleman reports from Moscow.
I went to check the Mobile Art again today. The weather was not good on Sunday, and I wanted to see it on a nicer day. But…dahh! I got there late, and it was getting dark already. Continue Reading
I went to see the Chanel Mobile Art Pavillion, which just opened in Tokyo on Saturday. I have to say it’s a strange architecture, but it actually fits nicely in a lot next to the Yoyogi National Stadium designed by Kenzo Tange, Japan’s foremost postwar architect, and constructed for the Olympic Games of 1964. Continue Reading