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What We’re Reading: Fall 2012

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By Regina Connell and Natalie Powell. Fact: chilly temperatures and gray skies create cuddle-up-and-read weather. So grab a cup of tea and a blanket, and crack open one of these books that have been piquing our interest of late. Made … Continue reading

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Noticed: The Lines of Marta Johansen

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By Natalie Powell. Marta Johansen creates complex, intricate landscapes by sketching hundreds upon hundreds of thin lines on white archival paper. Marta calls the trademark strokes that make up her works “living lines.” Her works, composed solely of overlapping, swirling, … Continue reading

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Hot Event: Dwell Home Tours, Silicon Valley

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By Regina Connell. Silicon Valley. Home. What do those three words conjure up? Walls that sense your mood and change hue accordingly? Skateboard ramps and grafitti in the living room? Something out of Blade Runner? Antiseptic modernism? Steampunk? Cutting-edge design? … Continue reading

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Profile: Kika Probst


To say that Topher Delaney and her firm, SEAM Studios, are legendary in public art and landscape/environmental design (oh hell, all design) circles is a bit of an understatement. The award-winning studio, which does public and private commissions, is known … Continue reading

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