Left: The rooftop bar at The Virgin Hotel has an amazing red installation Right: The Art Deco Fortress near Ashland Station
Left: North of the city and abandoned sky blue mattress against a red brick wall, Right: Skyscrapers face off
Left: Blue tiled wall, north of the city on Broadway with Brutalist sculpture, Right: Shipping yards
Left: The bridges of Chicago city, Right: Mies meets Picasso, what a duo!
Left: The Mies forecourt with an amazing tree, Right: Ellsworth Kelly at The Chicago Institute of Art, a must see!
Left: The junction, City of Marfa building, Right: Judd Foundation Photography: Marcus Hay for SMH, Inc
eft: Coke bottles at Bad Hombres, Right: Capri Bar, Photography: Marcus Hay for SMH, Inc
Left: Chinati Foundation, Right: Donald Judd's workshop, Judd Foundation, Photography: Marcus Hay for SMH, Inc
Left: Art covered dumpsters, Right: The floor at the famous Hotel Paisano where Elizabeth Taylor stayed while filming Giant Photography: Marcus Hay for SMH, Inc
Left: The Mystery Lights sign at Thunderbird, Right: Vintage Jeep parked, Photography: Marcus Hay for SMH, Inc
Left: The town is full of disused gas stations converted into galleries and shops, Right: Cacti at Thunderbird, Photography: Marcus Hay for SMH, Inc
Left: Bowl, 1950's, Right: Portrait by Imogen Cunnningham
Left: Clockwise: Portrait by Imogen Cunningham, Scultures from 1950's, Photo of Ruth in her studio by Imogen Cunningham
Left: Sketch by Ruth Asawa, Right: Clockwise: Tied, Photo of Ruth and her children by Imogen Cunningham, Ruth in her home, phot by Imogen Cunnningham, Untiled, 1950's
Left: Untitled 1950-55, Right: Portrait of Ruth Asawa by Imogen Cunningham
Left: Untitled, 1956, Right: Portrait of Ruth Asawa by Imogen Cunningham
The Baca range, designed in the 1960's/ 70's
Left: From a advert for Baca lamp bases, Right: A bowl from the Baca range
The Marselis range designed for the company Alumina in the 1950;s
From the Baca range, including tiles, a trinket box and a beautifully inspired Japanese silhouette sake cup
The iconic Baca vases
A detail of a platter designed by Nils from the Baca years
Left: Detail of a tile from the Baca range, Right: A trinket box in the Baca range
Left: Furniture using tiles designed by Nils, Right: Bird motif vase from the Baca range
Trailers from another era have a new life and are permanently off road at Hotel El Cosmico in Marfa/ Texas. This picture first appeared in Hotels we Love at the Dwell website.
Photo's courtesy of Airstream An amazing company based in Jackson Center, Ohio. The founder of the company Wally Byam designed the first Airstream in 1929 and they still evoke stylings of the original design
Left; The amazing Cricket These picture first appeared in Dwell here, Part Tent, Part RV, the NASA inspired Cricket is the go to camper for the modern road tripper. Right: Airy Teardrop Trailer was first seen at Getaway Inspiration at Dwell here.