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July 2017

Lemon Wallpaper: My Summer Entryway Makeover

Transitional spaces offer an opportunity to have a little fun; to try something unexpected and show-stopping that you might not feel comfortable committing to in another room. This was definitely true of the entryway in my NYC apartment. I knew…

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Venice Joins Lists of Cities Feeling Tourist Backlash

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When international human rights organization Unesco published its 2017 World Heritage in Danger list, it included cities like Aleppo and Damascus, both in Syria. It did not include the city of Venice — and while that…

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Renzo Piano’s first US project is stunning

Pritzker Prize-winning architect Renzo Piano is making his US debut and as expected, it’s beautiful. The Italian architect is joining forces with Terra, an integrated development firm in South Florida, to create Eighty-Seven park Residences, a privat…

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Wonder wall: Lascaux IV by Snøhetta and Casson Mann

Locked away for more than half a century, the precious Lascaux cave paintings can be seen again. In a new building, Lascaux IV, Snøhetta and Casson Mann take visitors back 20,000 years to view and touch representations of the prehistoric…

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