Category Archives: Design

Khloé and Kourtney Kardashian Designer Homes

Celebrity Interior Designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard has done it again, the client… well we hate to say it but Khloé and Kourtney Kardashian. In this month’s issue of Architectural Digest the reality stars show their million dollar homes located in Calabasas California, just around the corner from each other, where Bullard was able to capture each of their different […]

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Welcome Grover C. Dear Jr

Join us in welcoming Grover C. Dear Jr. to Academy of Art University! A 45-year veteran of the architectural profession and one of the 20 “World’s Leading Design Names of 2016,” according to the U.K.-based interior design magazine, Design et al, Dear is the new executive director of the School of Interior Architecture & Design, […]

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Interior Designer and Blogger Katty Schiebeck

Today we fell in love with the style of Barcelona based interior designer/blogger  Katty Schiebeck, her minimalist style and use of geometrical lines caught our attention and we immediately did some research to find more about her and her unique approach to interior architecture. Her 400 m2 apartment in Barcelona’s Paseo de Gracia has been […]

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Monday Morning Photos- Super Bowl Edition

For today’s Monday Morning Photos , we have a look at some of the amazing design we saw during the super bowl. From the incredible set up at the Super Bowl City in San Francisco’s Embarcadero district , to the stage design for Cold Play’s half time show, to Levi’s Pop up shop/ VIP lounge, […]

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Mission District meets Japan

The Mission district in San Francisco continues to grow and develop as destination for food, art and design. Architect Craig Steely has recently completed a ramen bar that was inspired by the complex mix of street culture found in the Mission District and also the traditional Japanese values found in ramen shops in Japan. The […]

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Les Dada East, Paris

Architect Joshua Florquin was in charge of the overall design of Les Dada East hair salon in Paris. The space is quite simple and very minimal, but he decided to create a focal point through the layered plywood hexagon panels on the ceiling. His design concept derives from the idea of a forest of a sunny […]

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IIDA Charette 2016

IIDA Local Charrette 2016! This is going to be held at Nicholsbooth Architects on Feb. 20th at 8am. Students will be given a design problem to solve and participate in 4-5 groups for a day long competition. At the end of the day, students will present in groups their design solutions to a Jury of […]

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Monday Morning Photo(s) Back to School Edition

For today’s Monday Morning Photos Back to School Edition we have the winners of the Design Milk competition. Last Fall the IAD retail design class taught by instructor Serena Zanello had the opportunity to participate in a design competition on how students would envision the office space of the future. The client being Design Milk- […]

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XVIII Century Apartment in Paris

An old apartment from the early eighteenth century, which is approximately 94 square meters and located in the district of Les Marais in Paris, seems bigger that it is, thanks to the furniture used in the space, the generous amount of natural light that comes in through the large windows. It is home to jewelry […]

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IIDA Student Honor Awards

 

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