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What to see at Dwell on Design

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If you are a reader of Dwell Magazine, the Dwell on Design design show will be a treat. Imagine if it was possible to see, touch, try out, and experience those products that pop out from every page. Say goodbye to those moments of “Ah. I wish…”, and welcome a chance to live your design envy. The show begins June 24th, and runs three days at the Los Angel[...]

Designer Spotlight: Sou Fujimoto

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If you are attending Dwell on Design in Los Angeles from June 24-26, then you are in for a treat. Rising star in architecture and design Sou Fujimoto will serve as the keynote speaker on opening night. We couldn’t be more excited, which is why we’re presenting a list of some of his most esteemed designs. Fujimoto’s “Final Wooden House” gives new m[...]

Smart Design - Higher Education

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While schools aren’t often associated with outstanding architecture or design, there is a growing attempt to build educational environments that greater reflect the experience of childhood and adolescent learning and exploration. We have picked out a number of facilities that reflect this architectural trend, and chances are that these primary and second[...]

Designing for an Experience

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Your surroundings are a given, right? According to Elizabeth Danze, FAIA, and Stephen Sonnenberg, M.D, two professors at the University of Texas at Austin, “Buildings are inert objects, but our experience of them transcends the physical realm and extends into our deepest consciousness.” When put in that context, you might just re-think the implicit effect[...]

A Tribute to Zaha Hadid

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Few before her have paved untouched roads on such a multidimensional level as the late architect Zaha Hadid. Hadid passed away on March 31st, suffering a sudden heart attack after being hospitalized for bronchitis. While many mourn her loss, even more will take the time to remember the work that she accomplished on both a professional and human level. Had[...]

The Architectural Digest Design Show 2016

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The Architectural Digest Design Show just passed by, and with it came 400 amazing brands spanning across 25 different product categories. So unless you were able to run from booth to booth in record-breaking time, chances are you may have missed some of the best products the show had to offer. That’s why Styleture has brought to you a short list of the m[...]

Noho Vintage Woods

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Located in the Southeast corner of the San Fernando Valley lies a gold mine worth collection of two hundred year old Bavarian Spruce. While this up and coming niche of Los Angeles, the heart of the North Hollywood Arts District is largely known for its dance schools, art galleries, yoga studios, production shops, and theaters, one might not immediately e[...]

Lightovation - Best of Dallas Market Lighting

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The Superbowl comes a little early for those in the decorative lighting industry. From January 20th-24th, every relevant brand in the industry gathered in Dallas, Texas, for Lightovation, the Dallas International Lighting Market. We got to check out the Littman Brands showroom, arguably the most versatile and impressive out of the many companies that we [...]

European Stadium Design

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They call it a beautiful game. In addition to joining countries together in rare harmonious fashion, football also has shown us how architects have pushed boundaries for stadium design. Here at Styleture we took a look at a few of our most architecturally esteemed stadiums across five different countries. Aviva Stadium in Dublin Instead of, say, a theate[...]

Best Designed Indoor Venues

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Indoor performances bring a dramatically different tone to a show than their outdoor counterparts. Theaters and arenas alike fully enclose the crowd and allow them to forget about the outside world altogether for a brief moment in time. A great deal of this is owed to the architecture that the audience is immersed in, as well as the fact that lights, eff[...]