The demand for private museum craze has reached a new height. There’s now a company that proffers Jean Nouvel and Christian de Portzamparc-designed “reproducible museums” to facilitate their construction.
Philip Johnson’s first house is on the market for $1 million. Before making an offer, purists should note that it has been expanded.
Emojis are embedded in the facade of a new building in the Netherlands, further narrowing the gap between internet culture and real life.
[The Architect’s Newspaper]
Bill Murray and his brothers now have a line of golf clothes. The designs are nothing special, but I mean, Bill Murray.
[The New York Times]
For the first time in 15 years, Apple is redesigning its biggest stores. Changes include adding living trees, and renaming the Genius Bar as the “Genius Grove.” Sounds mystical.
Luxury conglomerate LVMH has taken full control over Christian Dior as a part of a $13 billion deal. The label will join the several industry powerhouses in the LVMH portfolio, such as Louis Vuitton, Givenchy, and Céline.
[Business of Fashion]