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Beautiful Short Film Captures Mies van der Rohe's Legacy

All photos via Sotheby's Just in time for pre-weekend movie time, ArchDaily has unearthed a fantastic Mies van der Rohe tribute created by Swiss filmmaker Alexander Favre. The meditative five-minute video splices together quaint footage of Mies' most well known...

Priorities

Real estate is a business of managing priorities. I bet if you took a minute and wrote down every possible item that you think you have to do for your business, you would probably have dozens and dozens of “to dos”. Everything from entering last month’s expenses and this year’s taxes to a CMA for […]

Rent a Rare Carriage House in NYC For $49,500/Month

Now's the time to rent a rather lovely carriage house on one of the Village's shortest streets. Carriage houses are rare in their own right, and its address on a block as beloved as Cornelia Street makes this 7,200-square-foot...

Watching a Lego Robot Make Paper Airplanes Is Weirdly Satisfying

We had never realized it before today, but apparently all we have ever wanted out of life was to watch a video of a complex Lego robot assembling a perfect paper airplane. So, now that we have watched this...

Beyoncé's 'Formation': How an Historic Pasadena Home Went Southern Gothic for This Year's Biggest Video

Beyonce's "Formation" video was shot at the Fenyes Estate in Pasadena. When it comes to Beyoncé's incredible "Formation' video, calling the video shoot fast would be an understatement. As late as mid January, production designer Ethan Tobman, who would...

Cheerful 1930s Traditional in Silver Lake Asking $1.015 Million

Open House: Sunday Feb 7 between 1 PM - 4 PM; Tuesday Feb 9 between 11 AM - 2 PM 3022 Scotland St, Silver Lake Price: $1,015,000 Beds, Baths: 2 BR, 1.5...

LA Mayor Garcetti 'Slow Jams' About This Weekend's 101 Freeway Closure

There's nothing inherently sensual about bridge construction or the "concrete cancer" that put the Sixth Street Viaduct permanently out of commission, but Mayor Eric Garcetti is sure making traffic notices sound as sultry as possible. This weekend, a major...

Bonanza Star Loved Bonanza So Much He Built a Replica of the Ranch From the Show

Actor Lorne Greene starred as Ben Cartwright in the television program Bonanza from 1959 to 1973, so it's pretty safe to say that he felt very at home in the show's fictional setting, the Ponderosa ranch on Lake Tahoe...

Sleek Renovation Turns Government Housing into Stylish Apartments

All photos by Jakub Skokan and Martin T?ma The phrases "government housing" and "stylish design" don't get mentioned in the same breath very often, and that goes double for the massive, prefabricated housing blocks of Eastern Europe. In Slovakia, the...

Exploring the River Confluence Where Modern LA Was Born

In the latest installment of his online series, unstoppable explorer/historian Tom Carroll of Tom Explores Los Angeles uses some wacky and fun 360-degree video tech to lay out his argument that the confluence of the Los Angeles River and...

Introducing the Stadium of the Future, Where Technology is King

At the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, which opens in March, two night club-type areas cantilever over over center court. As football playoffs last month whipped fans to a fever pitch for the forthcoming Super Bowl 50, the NFL...

Why Harvard Stadium's Revolutionary Concrete Construction Changed the Rules of Football

Image via Wikimedia Commons "During a blistery Sunday afternoon, 22 men took the field, gladiators preparing to do battle in front of a roaring crowd of spectators, all for a fleeting chance at glory." Football fans have heard similar,...

"Urban Homestead" in Eagle Rock Asking $795,000

Open House: Sunday Jan 31 between 1 - 4 PM 1575 Hazelwood Ave, Eagle Rock Price: $795,000 Beds, Baths: 3 BR, 1 BA Floor Area: 1,484 sq. ft. Per the Listing: "Unleash...

Fly Through the Flashy New NFL Stadium Coming to Inglewood

Image via Urbanize LA LA's definitely locked down a football team for the coming season, but it's going to be a couple of years before the totally futuristic-looking, over $2-billion stadium will be complete. However, between now and then,...

Drone Footage Captures Dolores Park's Glowing Reopening

Screen grab from video courtesy Rico Tan, Children's Day School After a delay, the south side of Dolores Park reopened last night with a "Light Up Dolores" theme (festivities started at 4 p.m. and partygoers were encouraged to wear....

Video: Four Starchitects Predict the Future of NYC's Skyline

Earlier this month, the 92nd Street Y hosted a panel called "The Future of New York's Skyline," with four big-name architects—Rick Cook, Bjarke Ingels, Annabelle Selldorf, and Richard Meier—participating in a roundtable discussion on the topic. A video of...

NYC Office Gets James Turrell Sculpture So Employees Can Take Breaks Inside a Drake Music Video

What's the coolest thing in your office? A coffee machine? Little bags of pretzels? Maybe a ping-pong table if you work for a super cool/doomed startup? This office in Midtown Manhattan has a two-story James Turrell sculpture, a.k.a. a...

More Than Hot Air: The Lasting Impact of Inflatable Architecture

Oase No.7, a project by Haus-Rucker-Co. from 1972. Germans strolling down the genteel Treppenstrasse in Kessel, Germany, in late June of 1972, might have been surprised to see an unexpected addition poking out of the facade of their beloved...

Modular Phones, E-Waste, and the Shift Towards Sustainable Electronics

"Better and faster can happen sustainably... cheaper is going to be hard." When Jonas Allen toured the floor at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas earlier this month, the industry's annual new product rollout, he brought a.....

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