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    Old & New | Victor Solomon Transforms Los Angeles Basketball Court

    The NBA season officially off and running after being put on hold due to COVID-19. With things getting into full swing, artist Victor Solomon decided to celebrate the game the only way he knows how through creativity. The artist took over a dilapidated basketball court, transforming the space while using the traditional Japanese technique of […] More

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    Living Lavishly | The Beverly House

    Looking for a great reason to relocate? Well, today we get a look at the Beverly House. This legendary home is famous for many reasons. It was the former home of newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst and actress Marion Davies. It even hosted John F. Kennedy on his honeymoon and appeared in films like The […] More

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    Classic Space, New Face | The NeueHouse Bradbury

    The Bradbury Building in Los Angeles is an icon. The 1893 National Landmark has been featured in a number of shows and films, including Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner. These days the space is host to NeueHouse’s latest coworking space.  NeueHouse Bradbury was designed by Toronto-based DesignAgency, occupying the building’s entire second floor. The area takes […] More

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    Powerful Architecture | A Look Inside Huron Substation

    For anyone visiting the Los Angeles area that is looking for a unique place to visit and experience. Today we get a look at a unique space dubbed  Huron Substation. This unique structure was designated the Los Angeles Cultural Monument No. 404, and it is a Cypress Park landmark. The building was initially built back […] More

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    Colorful Creations | Robert Nava Unveils His “Vs” Exhibition

    The incredibly talented Robert Nava has been quite busy as of late. His art is in Jeffrey Deitch Gallery’s “Punch” exhibition in LA. However, he’s also worked on a graphic collaboration with Heron Preston. Now Robert Nava returns, subject of a solo exhibition at the famed Night Gallery in Los Angeles. The exhibition is entitled […] More