In 1958, Nat Mendelsohn purchased 320 square km of desert to turning into "California City," a paradise to rival LA. Mendelsohn’s vision fell flat, and California City is left as a “mirage of suburbia in the middle of nowhere.”
The Mercedes-Benz Museum designed by UN Studio, is an architectural and automotive world of wonder. Location: Stuttgart, Germany. Mercedes has just released almost 100 pictures of their displays and exhibitions.
WAFT is a luxury book about cars in culture and culture in cars. It is about extraordinary car people, but above all about being on the road. It is written by Bart Lenaerts. Pictures are by Lies De Mol.
Sauna, jacuzzi, 24/7 hostess, 3 flat screens, Blu-Ray player…… sounds like a hotel suite and half hey? What about the Cold War-era cockpit? Yes, Vliegtuigsuite is a hotel suite housed in a former East German government aircraft.
Liz Linden is a graduate of Yale University and a recipient of the Richter Fellowship. Currently in Australia for vacation and work, Linden shares how her experiences in Oz have helped shape her as an artist.