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  • Building History: Constructed in 1911, the Buick Building was the first automobile showroom in Oklahoma City and began what is now known as Automobile Alley. Unlike most modern sales dealerships, this was a direct sales outlet built and owned by the Buick Motor Company of Detroit. With its limestone ornamentation and embossed name, the two-story […]


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  • Three time-bending conceptual machines designed by Montreal’s Les Ateliers Guyon ans Sidlee make up a new traveling exhibit from the Art Directors Club of New York and Shutterstock. In an industry where digital reigns supreme, The Art Directors Club of New York (ADC) set out to reinforce their artisanal approach – emphasizing their unique identity […]


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When Tod’s, an Italian luxury shoes and leather goods brand, acquired a new retail space at Destiny USA in Syracuse, New York, the mall’s design management team tapped architecture firm Colkitt & Co to carry out Tod’s design concept and vision for the premium outlet location. Despite a short timeline of just three months, the […]


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Light intensity varies according to size of opening. A zipper that can be opened or closed can hide the light behind a flexible material and thereby create the amount of lighting that you want. Design: Victor Boëda  Maker : Steiner Materials: Two-way stretch textile with zip


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La Maison La Roche-Jeanneret is a dual house built by Le Corbusier in 1924 and are currently the home of the Le Corbusier Foundation. The project dates back to 1923, when Raoul La Roche commissioned to the Helvetic architect a house where he could also be exposed his art gallery. Was used the new technique […]


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