But in any case, homes designed specifically for multigenerational living are still a small segment of the housing market. Far more common are families that have renovated their homes to suit aging parents or adult children, like the architect Cini, whose firm Mosaic Design specializes in senior design, particularly assisted living centers. Her personal experience with multigenerational life eventually led to a book, Hive, a practical how-to for other families who, either by necessity or choice, are moving in together. In large part, Hive addresses the unspoken taboos and tensions of living with your parents and grandparents.
This stunning building is comprised of three different architectural styles: Renaissance, Gothic Revival, and Spanish Colonial. Completed in 1794, the building is the seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New Orleans.
Ford’s clothing is not for everyone, something he readily admits. “It’s for a woman who wants a waist, who wants to show her figure,” he says. “She’s definitely wearing high heels; she likes a certain sort of sleek glamour. She could be 25 years old; she could be 75 years old.” And while leisurewear and streetwear continue to dominate the market, he wages his long war against the casualization of the culture. “Younger women don’t wear clothes anymore. When I was young, they had day, they had afternoon, they had cocktail, they had evening. Now, whether they’re a New York socialite or a movie star, if they have to go to lunch, they drop the kids off in leggings, then they put on a pair of heels, maybe a jacket. But they want a fucking amazing evening dress, and I have no problem selling $20,000, $30,000, $40,000, $50,000 evening dresses. But the strength of any brand that endures is a singular, very focused vision. If you stay true, your customers stay loyal, and eventually the world will swing back to what you do that resonates.
Just a short drive from Miami’s South Beach, surrounded by gardens on Biscayne Bay is this Italian Renaissance-style mansion, built by John Deering between 1914 and 1922 (its long building timeline was due in part to materials shortages during World War I). Today, the home and gardens, a national historic lankmark, are open to visitors throughout the year—don’t miss the stunning Orchidarium, which features dozens of species of orchids.
In 2019 American singer-songwriter Martin Sexton extends touring in support of his ninth studio release Mixtape of the Open Road. The Wall Street Journal and CMT premiered tracks from the album that since garnered much critical acclaim. "Outstanding taste in songwriting as well as a soul-marinated voice." -Rollingstone
Baxter Street at the Camera Club of New York and Pioneer Works have partnered to bring three photographers from Baxter Street community to process black and white photography in the darkroom at Pioneer Works over the course of one month. The commencement of the residency partnership will result in three "In Progress" exhibitions at Nolan Park 8B on Governors Island. From July 20 to September 8, the first exhibition in this partnership will highlight the work of photographer Betsy Kenyon. This site-specific exhibition, entitled LightHouse, sheds light on the deep history of Governors Island’s Nolan Park by using its spatial, textural, and historical elements as a catalyst. Betsy Kenyon lives and works in New York City. She received her BA from Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, New York and her MFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She exhibits internationally with work in an upcoming group exhibition at the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris scheduled for June 2020. Her artwork can be found in the following collections; Centre Georges Pompidou, The Art Institute of Chicago, Photography Collection; Museum of Modern Art/Franklin Furnace Book Collection; Whitney Museum… (read more)
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Srinath is, by his own admission, a Jeanneret groupie. He’s researched the architect at length and has come to think of him as the George Harrison figure to Le Corbusier’s Lennon/McCartney. Before launching his re-editions, as he calls them, Srinath did his best to secure legal permission. He visited the archive, now located at the Canadian Centre for Architecture, in Montreal, and he reached out to Jacqueline Jeanneret as well as de Leusse, the family lawyer, about obtaining rights to the material but received no reply. Nonetheless, he is rigorous about adhering to the proportions, materials and manufacturing techniques Jeanneret employed. (Very minor adjustments have been made to improve durability, he says.) It takes five or six of Phantom Hands’ craftspeople almost a week to make an armchair from reclaimed teak and cane grown in the state of Assam.
Jeremy Levitt, co-founder of NYC-based design firm Parts and Labor, rhapsodizes about California’s beautiful landscapes, architecture, seafood, and vegetation. “It all flourishes out there,” he says. “People automatically make a connection to that. And people who live out east all feel connected to that.” At Pacific Standard Time, the team channeled that bounty through natural light and plants. Wu-Bower opted for philodendrons, ficuses, and monsteras, all native to warm climates, if not California specifically. Design director Danu Kennedy points out subtler touches, like beamed ceilings and plaster walls to evoke a 1970s Malibu ranch home, as well as breeze blocks that recall Palm Springs hotels of the same era.
”This Porsche is nobodyâs playmate. Itâs a triple-X hardcore. As such, it really lords it over the entire iconic 911 family," writes Egmont Sippel as he experiences the Porsche 911 GT2 RS
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The masked robber points a gun in my face and shuffles me and a sobbing woman into a back room. “Take this fucking bag, pick it up, and fill it up!” he screams. “Everything!” Now he’s motioning toward a white wall lined with packaged phones and accessories. Before we can react, a flash, a whirring noise, and then time cuts forward. The woman is now stuffing electronics into the bag, panicked. “Hurry the fuck up!” the robber’s accomplice shouts. “Let’s go!” And then black.
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