Behind the Scenes: Grand Budapest Hotel
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Chances are, when you think iPod dock you think Bose (as confirmed by its starring role in Wes Anderson's short film Hotel Chevalier). As with the Wave radio before it, Bose does an astounding job of creating a full range of sound from a machine with a relatively tiny footprint. If you need to rock a late-night hotel party (or woo back an old flame, as in the aforementioned short), the Bose steps up to the plate.
- Listening to your favorite music—–from that “Blame It on the Rain” cassingle to an 8-track of Tusk—–used to be a pretty straightforward task.
- Calling all film and design buffs! The Los Angeles County Museum of Art is currently showing the first U.S.
- The Hotel Daniel is a 115-room boutique hotel in Vienna, Austria.
- The best part of traveling is rarely the hotel.
- The first installment in our Tumblr of the Week series focuses on the site Budapest Poster Gallery, a collection ranging from politically charged propaganda to movie promotions to advertising.
- I interviewed Peter Anderson of Anderson Anderson Architecture for our "American Prefab: A Shopper's Guide" story in the December/January issue, and found the firm's backstory and approach…