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A 50-year celebration. The Mercer Street Parking Garage and Seattle Center were built for the World’s Fair in 1962, at a time when the space race and car culture signified innovation. Fifty years later, we can still celebrate the innovation taking place here. This garden, built during the Seattle Center’s
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keep inspired, I make it a point to travel often. I spent four years traveling the world and hiking places like Tibet, Nepal and the K2 base camp in Pakistan. Now I have a collection of great pieces from around the world. I collected artifacts from remote parts of Papua New Guinea, like this bust statue
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rubber duckie in Taiwan have caused panic in the duck community. Did he fall or was he pushed?Until the situation clears, this contender for the role of world’s largest duckie is keeping a low profile.
My Houzz: Mid-Century Modern Décor meets Bold Textiles in a Mississippi Home
World-class collection. Why stop at one when you can gather a few globes and display them together. This mantelpiece is altogether more fun with its mix of world wares on show.
My Houzz: Eclectic Amsterdam apartment
Outdoor space comes with a hefty price tag in this part of the world, so the pair was pleased to have this balcony to enjoy warm weather.
once a month.LL: Do you have a favorite designer or artist? JP: Lloyd Kahn for his introduction to primitive and alternative architecture around the world. My Dad for showing me amazing transformations from shacks to temples. Leonardo DaVinci for the inspiration to be a true Renaissance man. The Vitruvian
combining arts and crafts in design and architecture, and all the unknown primitive architects of the past that have given us a cornerstone for our modern world ar(t)chitecture.
The New York Botanical Garden
end of the Santa Clara Valley, is still nicknamed the "Garlic Capital of the World," although I suspect that honor now goes to a city somewhere in China (Gilroy can freely call itself the "Garlic Processing Capital of the World," as far as I'm concerned). One old Gilroy tradition is planting garlic on
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The world's busiest airport, major sports events, large corporations' headquarters and a slew of movies and TV shows being shot in Atlanta have been bringing a lot of new folks to town. "What we should remember is that Atlanta has a lot of transplants from cities all over the world," Patterson says.