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The museum looked like a colossal golden jelly bean. The adjacent library was designed to look, literally, like a row of books on a shelf. Across the street was an opera house that appeared to have been modeled off of some kind of ancient Silk Road fortress. These magnificent buildings were all aligned along a
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Ken SalazThe Eternal Now, Saint Mary’s LakeOil on canvas 30 inches by 40 inches Rehs Contemporary The setting sun’s multi-faceted reflection on the water draws the viewer into the sweeping landscape of The Eternal Now, Saint Mary’s Lake, as if s/he were wandering toward the mountains, peering into the sky, and soaking in an awe-inspiring moment in
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Installation View: Artistic License: Six Takes on the Guggenheim Collection, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, May 24, 2019– January 12, 2020. Photo: David Heald. © Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation Slowly approaching ramp six on the rotunda of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum’s Frank Lloyd Wright Building, Lee Bontecou’s Untitled (1966)
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Smart security products have become increasingly popular in recent years. Among them are smart locks, which allow you to secure your doors remotely and give you a way to get back into your home through your smartphone when you’ve forgotten your keys. To help you wade through the many options available now, we’ve rounded up some of
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A freestanding fireplace in a New York City apartment. Photo courtesy of HearthCabinet Fireplace, Designer: Marie Aiello Design Studio, LLC Architect: TODO Design & Architecture How to have a beautiful warm fire place in your home with no flue and no vent? Still a relatively new concept, ethanol and isopropyl alcohol gel ventless fireplaces have grown
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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin The new floors of the 212 5th Ave penthouse. VisualHouse Pre-war buildings bring glamour, authenticity and a lot of headaches. To make this 1912 former manufacturing warehouse into a 48-unit luxury condo building the developers had to wrestle with a steel structure that didn’t rise in straight lines and
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Getty March 21 is Global Surveyors’ Day. This is the second year for a day of worldwide recognition of those unique contributions from professional surveyors and the surveying profession. Global Surveyors’ Day is an initiative of the National Society of Professional Surveyors (NSPS) and the Council of European Geodetic Surveyors (CLGE), and endorsed by the
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When he’s not managing scandals at his alma mater, Rick Caruso manages his portfolio of Southern California real estate, which includes LA’s popular Grove shopping center. © 2018 Ethan Pines Billionaire real estate developer Rick Caruso finds himself in an uncomfortable position this week. The University of Southern California, where Caruso is chair of the
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Marc Andreessen first posited that software was eating the world, and indeed one industry after another has learned software mastery is essential to winning (and keeping) digital-centric consumers. But how will consumers react when money can also function like software? Cryptocurrency, when paired with other blockchain functionality, offers the potential to inject new software-driven features
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