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Recoleta Cemetery: Bronze Sculptural Plaques

Without knowing much beyond the name, address, and reputation for super-coolness of the Recoleta Cemetery in Buenos Aires, I made sure to find an art supply store on our way to buy a large roll of paper and some dense … Continue reading

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Recoleta Cemetery, Permanence and Decrepitude

The Recoleta Cemetery in Buenos Aires is the final resting place of the city’s elite. Like Argentina, its fortunes have waned over the past few decades. It’s its decrepitude as much as its ceremonial pomp that makes it interesting to … Continue reading

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Scenes from the Botanical Gardens in Buenos Aires

Scenes from the Botanical Gardens in Buenos Aires. The first comes from the impressive but odd monument to meteorogical discoveries. One of the eight plaques (each commemorating an inventor and his invention) celebrates Richard Assman, the German 19th century pioneering … Continue reading

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Lightbulb Trash Tchochke Paperweights

You all likely know that I’m a sucker for all things lighting and all things recycled. I was in Buenos Aires with my family and saw this crafty bit of trash-art in a flea market stall in the Palermo neighborhood. … Continue reading

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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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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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Leonard Da Vinci drawings at the Morgan Library

New York’s Morgan Library has a show of Leonardo Da Vinci’s drawings and a full notebook on view until February 2 2014. I was there for a tour of the museum buildings given by the architect Peter Pennoyer and lingered … Continue reading

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Lights of Scotland and England

It is a wonderful thing to be inspired by your work. My colleague David Calligeros created a mobile app for a series of annual design conferences that maps out significant or noteworthy light installations in the cities or countries that … Continue reading

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