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After a decade of designing in the corporate world, Los-Angeles native Natalie Myers struck out on her own. Now she offers a uniquely California-inspired bohemian look to homes and offices that brings a friendly warmth to modern interiors. A reverence for architectural history, an appreciation for the natural environment, and an awareness of current design innovations marks an award-winning Veneer Designs project.
Graphic designer and photographer Peter Chadwick’s new book This Brutal World is, as he writes in the introduction, “an homage to Brutalism and a visual manifesto that celebrate this awe-inspiring style of architecture.” The 224-page is a love letter of sorts, and brims with black-and-white photographs of Brutalist buildings—320, to be precise.
Eighty-one year-old conceptual artist Christo has done it again, with a massive interactive installation that is attracting tourists like flies to Lake Iseo in Italy. For sixteen days – June 18 through July 3, 2016 (weather permitting) – Lake Iseo is being reimagined. 100,000 square meters of shimmering yellow fabric, carried by a modular floating dock system of 220,000 high-density polyethylene cubes, undulate with the movement of the waves as The Floating Piers rise just above the surface of the water.
Photos courtesy of the New York Times and Wall Street Journal.