1. #Lunch w/  @chezdodo  #EGG 🍳 /// (at Córdoba 25)

    #Lunch w/ @chezdodo #EGG 🍳 /// (at Córdoba 25)

  2. #Skate 🌴 🏂 (at Venice Beach Skatepark)

    #Skate 🌴 🏂 (at Venice Beach Skatepark)

  3. #LeMonde #FinancialTimes #NewsPaper 👓 (at The Viper Room)

    #LeMonde #FinancialTimes #NewsPaper 👓 (at The Viper Room)

  4. #Lobby /// @AceHotel
#MidCentury #Interiors

    #Lobby /// @AceHotel
    #MidCentury #Interiors

  5. #Diner @AceHotel  (at Kings Highway)

    #Diner @AceHotel (at Kings Highway)

  6. Is there more ??? 
#RichardNeutra #KaufmannHouse /// #InternationalStyle #MidCentury #Architecture  (at Kaufmann Desert House)

    Is there more ???
    #RichardNeutra #KaufmannHouse /// #InternationalStyle #MidCentury #Architecture (at Kaufmann Desert House)

  7. #MidCentury #Architecture  (at Bank of America Palm Springs Main)

    #MidCentury #Architecture (at Bank of America Palm Springs Main)

  8. #Scene #BoneSoup is good ! 
/// #BoneMarrow #FoodPorn  (at TSUJITA LA ARTISAN NOODLE)

    #Scene #BoneSoup is good !
    /// #BoneMarrow #FoodPorn (at TSUJITA LA ARTISAN NOODLE)

  9. #BEERONLY 🍻🔫🔫🔫 (at Long Beach Antique Flea Market)

    #BEERONLY 🍻🔫🔫🔫 (at Long Beach Antique Flea Market)

  10. #ThrowBack … Whatever /// #Pierre #FrenchBulldog  (at Bnp Paribas)

    #ThrowBack … Whatever /// #Pierre #FrenchBulldog (at Bnp Paribas)

  11. #Calder 🔆 (at Estadio Azteca)

    #Calder 🔆 (at Estadio Azteca)

  12. #Moules #Miesmuscheln ///  (at Maximo Bistrot Local)

    #Moules #Miesmuscheln /// (at Maximo Bistrot Local)

  13. unionlosangeles:

Osaka, Japan

    unionlosangeles:

    Osaka, Japan

    (Source: foto-changyichen)

  14. design-is-fine:

Jørgen Kastholm & Preben Fabricius, executive desk and Tulip chair, 1965. Made by Kill International, Germany. Via Christie’s.

Desk

    design-is-fine:

    Jørgen Kastholm & Preben Fabricius, executive desk and Tulip chair, 1965. Made by Kill International, Germany. Via Christie’s.

    Desk

  15. acehotel:

    New York City

    The great artist is their own greatest creation, they say. If you’ve dipped down below the street in New York City where the cell phone don’t shine, and if you got to where you wanted to get, you’ve been influenced by his work designing New York’s simple and eye-catching subway map. Massimo Vignelli was generous, driven, and worked to make life more beautiful for himself and for the people in this world.

    Mr. Vignelli understood that beauty is a way of seeing things in the world. Proportion, balance, space — the movement of the eye — these things are free, simple and clean. You can learn to see them by slowing down, paying attention, savoring the details. His work helped make our world more beautiful, and a world filled with beauty is a place we all want to care for, participate in, where there’s somehow more time to see and do together.  

    Massimo Vignelli made things. But more importantly, he brought us closer to one another. Today we’re writing all our thank yous and goodbyes to him in Helvetica.  

    Leta do it right