I saw this piece at Art Basel South Beach. The Maison Rouge museum is celebrating the NEON centennial with its show “Neon: Who’s Afraid of Red, Yellow and Blue?” Featuring more than 100 works by 83 artists, it is the first international show of neon art.
The Crosson Clarke Carnachan architects intended to reinterpret the New Zealand building tradition through the Coromandel Bach, emphasizing on the craftsmanship of wood as an expression of structure, cladding, lining and joinery in a raw and unique way.
LOFT SPACE AS AN ART STUDIO; Loft and library combined: Rustic and industrial make a happy marriage in designer Jill Sharp Brinson's Atlanta house. Her 1936 cottage's old barn beams to define the loft and steel shelves for books. From House Beautiful