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May 29, 2013
Join Instagram launching co-founders Mike Krieger and Kevin Systrom for a #Nofilter conversation this Thursday at the Castro Theatre in San Francisco, California. What to expect? Their recent $1 billion dollar acquisition by Facebook, controversial policy-change announcement back in December, and perhaps what's next for the two. Riding the same wavelength, we've gathered up a few of our favorite Instagram picks that our editors snapped around the world. And be sure to follow us here!
Herman Miller exhibition at ICFF

New-old Fiberglas Eames chairs at Herman Miller preview at The Standard during ICFF.

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The Hallidie Building in San Francisc

The Hallidie Building in San Francisco—site of the (recently restored) first glass curtain wall in the US.

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Grand Central Terminal Dollhouse

There's a playhouse in Grand Central Terminal.

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Discovery Center in Santa Ana, California

Discovery Science Center, in Santa Ana, CA. It's unique architecture and most notable features is a 108-foot tilting Cube that sits perched on end overlooking Interstate 5. Attached to The Cube are 560 photovoltaic (PV) panels that convert sunlight into electricity, which is used to help provide power to the science center. Designed by Advanced Structures, Inc. in 1998.

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Casa Gilardi yellow walls

Visiting Barragan's Casa Gilardi is a fantastic and moving experience. This was Barragan's last residential commission.

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Modernism Week in Palm Springs

Modernism Week in Palm Springs.

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The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco

The beautiful Golden Gate Bridge.

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Designer Michael Graves inside the Glass House

Michael Graves, inside the Glass House.

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Photographer Justin Fantl behind the scenes for Dwell magazine

Behind the scenes of frequent Dwell photographer Justin Fantl shooting a beautiful home for us.

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Kickoff party to our big announcement of DWR contest at Dwell on Design 2012.

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bSIDE6 office workspace facility in Portland, Oregon

bSIDE6, an office workspace facility in Portland, OR built in 2009. Architects: Works Partnership Architecture Structural engineer: DCI Engineers

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Herman Miller exhibition at ICFF

New-old Fiberglas Eames chairs at Herman Miller preview at The Standard during ICFF.

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