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apophenia

Q&A with Paper Engineer Matt Shlian

Apophenia: the experience of seeing meaningful patterns or connections in random or meaningless data. Such is the title of Ann Arbor, Michigan based paper artist and engineer Matt Shlian's geometric series for Ghostly International, a follow-up to 2011’s Tessellation Series. Presented in four distinct moments, each with an edition of 25, Apophenia reads like snapshots in the process of pattern creation. We recently had the opporunity to chat with Schlian to find out more about his creative process, influences, preferences, and why he is "sort of anti-decoration."
April 10, 2013
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A Modernist Click Through Remodelista: Part Two

We're back with some more Remodelista love! (Check out our past favorites from the interior design blog and a Q&A with the site's editor and co-founder Sarah Lonsdale here.) From an ambitious, multifaceted building in the UK to ten exposed copper decor ideas, check out our top six picks below.
April 10, 2013
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MoMA Design Store Windows: littleBits by Ayah Bdeir

“Electronics are beautiful,” says engineer and artist Ayah Bdeir. Through May 12, the windows of the MoMA Design Stores in New York City will feature hypnotic, delightful kinetic sculptures crafted with Ms. Bdeir’s littleBits—tiny circuit boards that snap together with magnets to inspire invention and problem-solving.
April 10, 2013
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Material Focus: Copper

Warm, rosy-toned copper has fallen into favor with contemporary designers. Just as brass was au courant with designers last year, expect to see more of this material in furniture and products in the coming months (our roving editors have already spotted it in a few places during the 2013 Salone Internazionale del Mobile). In the slideshow that follows, we've gathered a few of our favorite examples from the Dwell archive that show how versatile copper can be.
April 10, 2013
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Art Is Where the Home Is

In honor of the Palais-Royal's first public art exhibition's 346th anniversary (it debuted today in 1667!), we've curated a fine crop of modern art found in the pages of Dwell. For more modern art, check out these five desserts inspired by iconic works of art that are sure to impress any dinner guest.
April 9, 2013
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Remembering Paolo Soleri

We are sad to report that the visionary Italian architect, urban planner, and sustainability advocate died today at the age of 93. His most ambitious work is the community Arcosanti some 65 miles outside of Phoenix, Arizona, and the exemplar of his philosophy of Arcology, a brand of building that marries architecture and ecology.
April 9, 2013
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Rios Clementi Hale's Nowita Residence

After living in what was once a poky little Venice, California, bungalow for nearly 20 years, married architects Frank Clementi and Julie Smith-Clementi of the Los Angeles-firm Rios Clementi Hale Studios have just finished an arresting addition. A top-floor master bedroom is encased in nearly three dozen beams, the yard has gotten an overhaul, and the pair could not be happier. Frank gives us the tour.
April 9, 2013
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Tastemaker, the Decorator Matching Service Delivered to Your Home

Tastemaker, the online interior design service that matches you to the right interior designer and then delivers a custom decorating package right to your door, launched today. We check out the cool new service, and chat with Co-founder and CEO, Joe Fraiman.
April 9, 2013
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Smarten Up Your Home in 2013

They say that home is where the heart is. And now your home can have a brain as well. Sound futuristic? Thanks to advances in smart technology, your home can be greener, safer, more secure, and just plain more enjoyable than you ever thought possible. So if you’re ready to live in the home of the future today, here’s a look at some new smart technologies to help you create a smarter home in 2013.
April 9, 2013
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