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Shops We Love: Nora, Detroit

At the Detroit shop Nora, find a mix of Japanese- and Scandinavian-inspired wares.

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A Contemporary Alpine Retreat in Switzerland

Thomas Schacht and Ruth Kramer, a Swiss-Danish couple have thoughtfully designed Brüke 49, a contemporary and cozy retreat located in a quaint village in Eastern Switzerland.
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Venice Biennale: Arsenale

I was once told, "If you ever go to the Venice Biennale, you will see all of the architecture that the world will be seeing for the next two years."  So here I am, at the opening of…
Primal Son, a 1974 brass, plastic and mirror sculpture made by Tony Duquette for a Pasadena estate. From <A HREF=" http://www.fatchancemodern.com">Fat Chance</A>.
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The 2010 LA Modernism Show

The opening night of the Los Angeles Modernism Show, held for the first time at Barker Hangar at the Santa Monica Airport, was defined by intriguing pieces by both modern favorites and…
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The Architecture Buff's Guide to Chicago

After the Great Fire of 1871 leveled Chicago, the "Windy City" took the opportunity to reinvent itself, setting off a campaign of reconstruction that saw the city welcome some of the biggest names in…
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ICFF 2010: First Look

It's definitely springtime in the Big Apple, and New York is buzzing.
The Porro showroom was bathed in a deep blue light, with an impressive installation of multicolored Spindle chairs lining the wall.
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Milan Furniture Fair 2009

Dwell editors Sam Grawe and Jordan Kushins are on the ground in Milan reporting on the 2009 Salone del Mobile. They'll be sharing highlights as they go.
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Colour Makes People Happy

Located on a quiet suburban street in South London, the shop Colour Makes People Happy is painted in a surprisingly subtle shade of sage green.
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Venice Biennale: Giardini

Although the Venice Architecture Biennale invades all nooks and crannies of the four-square-mile island, most of the festival's big-hitters reside under the roof of only one building, the Italian…

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In the last decade, Melbourne has thrived, fostering a burgeoning creative force, which has radically changed the urban and cultural landscape.

The Melbourne Supremacy

Photographer Peter Bennetts cuts out the middleman, photographing his favorite spots in his home base, Melbourne, Australia.

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