ELECTRIC BOWERY // WORKAHOLIC

Designers Cayley Lambur and Lucia Bartholomew have found their dream jobs as co-founders and principals of the acclaimed Electric Bowery. Together they have spent the last five years building a successful multidisciplinary design and architecture studio at the center of Venice Beach, participating to the renewed energy and focus on the city of Los Angeles. At the […]

WORKAHOLIC // PATRICK WEDER

Patrick Weder’s work marries streamlined architectural elegance with sculptural refinement that integrate seamlessly within residential and commercial spaces. Inspired by naturally occurring forms and pushing raw materials beyond the practical application, Patrick created the combinations of corian and wood in 2001 and continues to refine this pairing with concrete. Originally from Switzerland, he moved to […]

PALM SPRINGS MODERNISM WEEK // THE HOUSE

If you are someone who appreciates midcentruy architecture and design, then you may have trekked your way into the desert this past week.  The beautiful oasis known as Palm Springs, celebrated its Modernism Week, and we are still lusting after the beautiful Palm Springs home of designer Vance Burke that we had the luxury to experience […]

WORKAHOLIC // NICOLE FULLER

A week in London, two days in Paris, and a stint in LA, New York native Nicole Fuller has a thirst for travel, new challenges and a desire to push boundaries. As president and creative director of Nicole Fuller Interiors, a New York based multi-faceted interior design company, she specializes in high-end projects in the […]

WORKAHOLIC // M.A. ALLEN

Through extensive world travel M.A. has created a personal style that is eclectic, classic, and clean while maintaining a strong sense of sophistication. Whether it’s a beach home, NYC loft, mountain getaway, or office space you’ll notice in all of MA’s projects a personal touch of the designer’s distinctive style. M.A.’s noted aesthetic combines clean lines with […]

Four Minutes with Glasser

This month marks the release of Cameron Mesirow’s second album under the moniker Glasser.  It’s titled, Interiors, which perfectly aligns with an open letter written to her fans earlier this year about her work being influenced by space and architecture. From the first song, “Shape” it’s clear the album represents the more defined and refined evolution […]

TABLE OF CONTENTS // PORTLAND, OR

Portland concept store, Table of Contents, makes us want to book our flights up north immediately. This place is stunning and we can only appreciate the level of detailed design and curation owners Joseph Magliaro and Shu Hung have put into their 8 years in the making retail project. Table of Contents is shaped by […]