Category Archives: Design

Monday Morning Photo(S) SF MOMA Edition

For today’s Monday Morning Photos we take a peek inside the new SFMOMA. It’s been almost three years since the shut down their doors to go under an massive expansion, finally on May 14th we will be able to so see the incredible design by structure to exhibit the museums expanded collection. The design was […]

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Landscape Architecture in Berkeley Inspire by Light and Shadow

The owners of this home in Berkeley, California, decided to update their narrow and dated backyard and turned to Mary Barensfeld Architecture to get a fresh new outdoor space that would accommodate their family needs. The backyard is only 23’ wide and 50′ deep, however, the backyard has a 17′ elevation change, making some creative thought a must! […]

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Penthouse Apartment in Tel Aviv by Pitsou Kedem Architects

Pitsou Kedem Architects designed the interior of this penthouse apartment for an art collector in Tel Aviv, Israel. The apartment’s walls and corners are filled with the owner’s unique collection of artwork that create focal points throughout the apartment. The apartment is located on the 31st and 32nd floor of the building. The outside deck is a […]

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Monday Morning Photo(S) Dior Edition

For today’s Monday Morning Photo(S) we take you into the recently opened Dior boutique here in San Francisco, the multi-story building  is located in the heart of Union Square, surrounded by other luxury brands like Gucci and Saint Laurent.  The interior design was done by New York city based architect Peter Marino, who has worked […]

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LAN Lecture Series

The School of Landscape Architecture is hosting a series of lectures this week.

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Monday Morning Photo(S) Milan Design Week Edition

For today’s Monday Morning photo(S) we have our top picks from Milan Design Week. Also known as The Salone Internazionale del Mobile di Milano was launched in 1961, with the original focus being Italian furniture. The original sponsors were furniture manufacturers from the Federelegno-Arredo trade association. The trade show grew in size over the years, allowing many of […]

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Fendi Milan Showroom & Press HQ

Italian architect Marco Costanzi has designed the new Fendi Headquarters in Milan, the  site- a century-old building that was originally built as a major steelworks, the Italian maison set out to create a space that reflected attributes of craftsmanship and raw materials. Glass display cases that present iconic pieces from the Fendi archives decorate the space while creating an […]

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IIDA FORUMS: DESIGNING FOR HUMANITY

East Bay City Center Date: Apr 12, 2016 Time: 6:00pm Ends: 8:30 pm RSVP By Date: April 11, 2016 Building Robotics 300 Frank H Ogawa Plaza, Suite 614 Oakland, CA Member Price $0.00 Non-Member Price $25.00 Student Price $0.00 Student Non-Member Price $10.00 IIDA Forums offer a venue for discussion with professionals in similar fields […]

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Monday Morning Photo(S) Sydney Edition

For today’s Monday Morning Photo(S) we have a super innovative hotel in Sydney Australia by design firm HASSELL. The project’s design embodies everything the brand stands for – young, energetic, cheeky, accessible and effortless – and is evident at every single detail from the employees’ uniforms through to the bold colors selected. From the architect. Sydney’s historic […]

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IAD Town Hall Meeting Spring 2016

Tell us how YOUR semester is going!   The School of Interior Architecture & Design is hosting its online Town Hall and we want to get your feedback on how we’re doing. We’ll also announce new classes, upcoming events and workshops, and go over your suggestions and concerns.   The Town Hall is open to both […]

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