Musician's House exterior
Musician's House exterior
Musician's House kitchen
Musician's House kitchen
Musician's House shower
Musician's House shower
Musician's House bedroom
Musician's House bedroom
Musician's House exterior
Musician's House exterior
Grawe, a musician, grouped a collection of artifacts from his travels around the world near his vintage keyboards and drum machines. The LivingColors lamp highlights the crannies of the room's built-in shelving.
Grawe, a musician, grouped a collection of artifacts from his travels around the world near his vintage keyboards and drum machines. The LivingColors lamp highlights the crannies of the room's built-in shelving.
The night of the Architecture of Light, the structure was all lit up by lighting designer Elaine Buckholtz. Musicians performed on two small balconies and part of the performance took place in what will be a cafe space looking directly on the street. This was one of my favorite of the six dances because passersby formed the background, like some kind of scrolling scenery. Photo by Margo Moritz.
The night of the Architecture of Light, the structure was all lit up by lighting designer Elaine Buckholtz. Musicians performed on two small balconies and part of the performance took place in what will be a cafe space looking directly on the street. This was one of my favorite of the six dances because passersby formed the background, like some kind of scrolling scenery. Photo by Margo Moritz.
To create this bedside table, musician Michael Stipe cast the underside of his "cheap plastic chair" in a semi-soft, durable plastic typically used to make pickup truck bed liners.
To create this bedside table, musician Michael Stipe cast the underside of his "cheap plastic chair" in a semi-soft, durable plastic typically used to make pickup truck bed liners.
Paris-born, New York-based designer and musician Sebastien Agneessens designed a musical booth to introduce Turkish real estate developer Nef as a brand that makes design instead of subdivisions. Three brass horn sculptures became the conduits for sounds recorded inside New York City buildings and then abstracted to take on rhythm. The booth is meant to point the way toward Nef’s upcoming residential project which uses a patented system to increase living space for a greater swathe of urban populations. In the building, which will open in 2012, tenants rent an apartment but also have access on a pay-to-use basis to amenities including an outdoor cinema, an observatory on the roof and a room dedicated to playing Playstation.
Paris-born, New York-based designer and musician Sebastien Agneessens designed a musical booth to introduce Turkish real estate developer Nef as a brand that makes design instead of subdivisions. Three brass horn sculptures became the conduits for sounds recorded inside New York City buildings and then abstracted to take on rhythm. The booth is meant to point the way toward Nef’s upcoming residential project which uses a patented system to increase living space for a greater swathe of urban populations. In the building, which will open in 2012, tenants rent an apartment but also have access on a pay-to-use basis to amenities including an outdoor cinema, an observatory on the roof and a room dedicated to playing Playstation.
The sea bath’s shape creates great acoustics, which local musicians frequently take advantage of by performing impromptu concerts in the middle of the structure. As the structure curves around, two pathways are formed: The outer path ascends into a diving platform, and the inner path remains level, for wheelchair accessibility. Photo by Åke E:son Lindman.
The sea bath’s shape creates great acoustics, which local musicians frequently take advantage of by performing impromptu concerts in the middle of the structure. As the structure curves around, two pathways are formed: The outer path ascends into a diving platform, and the inner path remains level, for wheelchair accessibility. Photo by Åke E:son Lindman.
Musicians Tommy Lee (second from left) and Deadmau5 (second from right) repose on a Soho sofa from Poliform in the Vevo Powerstation end of the lounge.
Musicians Tommy Lee (second from left) and Deadmau5 (second from right) repose on a Soho sofa from Poliform in the Vevo Powerstation end of the lounge.
Portrait of Nucomme the musician who would like to invite Prince, Zora Neale Hurston, James Baldwin, Carl Van Vechten & Langston Hughes to dinner.
Portrait of Nucomme the musician who would like to invite Prince, Zora Neale Hurston, James Baldwin, Carl Van Vechten & Langston Hughes to dinner.