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PROFILE> Bill Kreysler Explores Composite Facades with Joshua Zabel

Composite materials, a.k.a. “composites,” are the result of the two different materials being combined but remaining physically and chemically distinct. For over 40 years Bill Kreysler, founder of the Napa County-based Kreysler Associates, has been leading developments in molding and application of composites for architectural use. On July 27 Kreysler…
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On View> Bruno Cals: Horizons through September 28

Bruno Cals: Horizons 1500 Gallery 511 West 25th Street #607 New York Through September 28 For city dwellers, the horizon line where the earth meets the sky can be impossible to find, hidden by the topography of the skyline. By pointing his camera upward, Bruno Cals repositions the horizon and…
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On View> Collab: Four Decades of Giving: Modern & Contemporary Design

Collab: Four Decades of Giving Modern and Contemporary Design Philadelphia Museum of Art 26th Street and Benjamin Franklin Pkwy Philadelphia, PA Through Fall 2012 Few art institutions have design collections to rival the Philadelphia Museum of Art's, thanks to the support of Collab, the Group for Modern and Contemporary Design…
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SHFT+ALT+ DEL: June 1, 2012

D.B. Kim has joined Daroff Design as a principal and will lead the firm's luxury hotel and resort practice. Kim was previously at Pierre-Yves Rochon and prior to that at Starwood Hotels and Resorts. Design Trust for Public Space's executive director Susan Chin was elected Vice President of the 2013-2014 AIA National Board…
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On View> Ball-Nogues Studio: Yevrus 1, Negative Impression

Ball-Nogues Studio: Yevrus 1, Negative Impression SCI-Arc Gallery 960 East 3rd Street Los Angeles, CA June 1–July 8 On display at the SCI-Arc Gallery is Los Angeles–based architecture practice Ball-Nogues Studio’s Yevrus 1, Negative Impression, which attempts to call into question the current fashionability of abstracted and digital forms. Through…
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Event> June 1-7 Benefit Screenings of One Day on Earth

One Day on Earth Benefit Screenings June 1 to 7 The Quad Cinema 34 West 13th Street between 5th and 6th Avenue New York On October 10, 2010 (10.10.10), 19,000 filmmakers around globe shot the daily life unfolding around them. Their subjects ranged from people, to plants to bugs to the…
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ICFF: Editors’ Finds From the Floor

New York's Design Week 2012 might be over, but the abundance of furniture displayed in private lofts, showrooms, and on the vast floor of the Javits Center at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) is still fresh in our minds. Between handing out hundreds of copies of the newspaper at…
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Times Columnist Slatalla Takes a Walk in the Garden

Remodelista has just launched a new site dedicated to the outdoor life Gardenista.com. The editor is Michelle Slatalla, a former New York Times columnist and current writer for Real Simple. With Gardenista, “we aim to make gardening accessible, the way Remodelista demystified—while celebrating—interior design," Slatalla said.