A Functional and Aesthetically-pleasing Space Design

Many would not be aware that twin girls do very much need their own space, but at the same time, they also need to stay close, thereby the challenge presented to the architects was to design a functional and aesthetically-pleasing space that is quite literally, two-halves of the same pod. Continue reading “A Functional and Aesthetically-pleasing Space Design”

A Modern Masterpiece Owned by An Interior Designer

A welcoming curved walkway leads to the front door of an unique 1930s era white stucco house on Ava Crescent. To step inside this home, designed for the Group of Seven founder, Lawren Harris, by Russian architect Alexandra Biriukova, is to feel transported back in time, perhaps to one of Harris’ renowned artistic gatherings. Continue reading “A Modern Masterpiece Owned by An Interior Designer”

First Anniversary Celebration of A UTA Artist Space

The pioneering UTA Artist Space in Boyle Heights is celebrating its anniversary with a survey of works by Nikolai and Simon Haas, otherwise known as the Haas Brothers, Sept. 9 through Oct. 14. The 33-year-old art-and-design twins have been on the scene for just six years, but that’s enough for a full-scale survey (their first L.A. show), including furniture, installations and objets d’art. Continue reading “First Anniversary Celebration of A UTA Artist Space”