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Remains Lighting joins Jim Thompson showroom in ADAC

Remains Lighting has established a beachhead in Atlanta. I found the Jim Thompson Thai Silk company through Hutton Wilkinson of Tony Duquette, Inc.  Hutton had released a large collection of Duquette designs with Jim Thompson and when we launched our … Continue reading

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It’s a good time to be a classicist in Los Angeles

It’s a good time to be a classicist in Los Angeles. Especially next week. The Institute of Classical Architecture & Arts So Cal has two great programs in the Los Angeles area next week. On Tuesday evening the studious amongst … Continue reading

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Alan Wanzenberg at Remains…

Remains’ LA showroom hosted a book signing with Alan Wanzenberg for his: Journey The Life and Times of an American Architect. About 50 people, a bunch of the local design community and some old friends of Alan’s gathered to chat … Continue reading

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Alan Wanzenberg at LACMA and at Remains Lighting Los Angeles

Alan Wanzenberg came to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) yesterday evening to speak about a few of his projects through the lens of regional responses in materials, furniture and art.  Mr. Wanzenberg, who is an engaging and … Continue reading

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Reception and book signing with architect Alan Wanzenberg at Remains Los Angeles

Remains Lighting Los Angeles will host a book signing and reception on February 11 from 4:30-6:30 pm to celebrate Journey: the Life and Times of an American Architect, the new book by architect Alan Wanzenberg. Alan Wanzenberg is an internationally … Continue reading

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The LA Conservancy’s Interactive Historic Places Map

The LA Conservancy does amazing work to preserve the architectural history of this youth-obsessed metropolis. They recently launched a fantastic interactive map on their website that guides the curious to over 500 historically significant buildings in the greater Los Angeles … Continue reading

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Hiking by Design at Echo Mountain

It was a clear, warm day in Los Angeles, as usual. Our group met at the foot of the trail in Altadena, in front of the 1918 Cobb Estate. For its third installation, Hiking by Design trekked to the remnants … Continue reading

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Bulb Phase-out (EISA Act of 2007)

We have been paying close attention to the 2nd phase of the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 which comes in effect this January 1, 2014. The first phase of the act brought the demise of the standard 100w … Continue reading

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