Gabriel d'Annunzio was the sort of man to whom whose his own children had to refer as "maestro." A pioneer of celebrity culture, he embellished his ardent nationalism with showmanship, attracting a cult-like following in Western Europe.
Medieval bridges were marvels of engineering, given the technology available at the time — and nowhere more so than in the case of London Bridge, where deep, tidal flows made construction incredibly challenging.
The iconic chair designs showcased here have played a part in our history — from reflecting the needs of the world, merging art and design to even creating practices that transformed the manufacturing ideology, everyone should pay homage to these revolutionary designs.
One writer who is a journalist and author who has written about home design for her entire career recommends the best small-space furniture and accents, including Linon Home Decor Beige Bar Stool, Quiet Town Orient Sun Shower Curtain and more.
In 1970, Plymouth hoped to persuade Ford Mustang and Chevy Camaro buyers to choose their Barracuda instead. One of Plymouth's tactics was to offer greater customization options — which led to this odd rendering.
Under most circumstances, designing a house with a gaping hole in the ceiling is an objectively bad idea. Yet, that's exactly what Murayama + Kato Architecture did with this house in Kodaira, Japan, and somehow it looks like a feature, not a flaw.
They're agnostic to taste and style; you see them just as often in modernist spaces as you do in traditional ones, making them feel like an afterthought, a circle-shaped thing to put in between all the rectangle-shaped things. They're space fillers.
Celebrities are turning to Zoom and Instagram Live to hang out with one another, make content and keep people entertained. Without makeup, hair and proper crews, it's a whole new inside look into the lives of the rich and famous.