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Ennis House: Frank Lloyd Wright’s LA Masterpiece
Ennis House: Frank Lloyd Wright’s LA Masterpiece
Much has been written about Frank Lloyd Wright’s Ennis House – the last and most ambitious of Wright’s Los Angeles textile block houses. But one need only look to the great American architect’s own writings for insight into one of LA’s most impressive and enigmatic residences. In his introduction to the Wasmuth Portfolio, a collection
MAGNIficent Modernism
MAGNIficent Modernism
Internationally acclaimed interior designer James Magni is renowned for his minimalist approach to design. Since arriving in Los Angeles during the 1980s, he was quickly recognized for his mastery of creating an ascetically beautiful and harmonious balance between objects, furnishings and art,with the surrounding environment of the residence. He excels at working with clients whose
Art: In the Eye of the Beholder … or the Installer?
Art: In the Eye of the Beholder … or the Installer?
Edgar Degas is quoted as saying “Art is not what you see, but what you make others see.” Well, if you’re lucky enough to have a collection of works by Claude Lalanne, Jean Dubuffet, Claudio Bravo, Henry Moore, Alexander Calder, Fernando Botero, David Smith or Louise Nevelson, you’ll need a highly skilled design practitioner to