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Nicole Tenhagen
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Bear Mitzvah in Meshugahland
At The Jewish Museum on the Upper East Side, I entered a room where teddy bears took over! "Bear Mitzvah in Meshugahland" is a fantastic exhibit by  Charlemagne Palestine, a Jewish artist and Brooklyn  native.  The plush toys were either hand-made or found ...
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Dining By Design: 2017
Every year, DIFFA invites the top designers and design schools to transform an empty space into an over-the-top dining space. Including my school, New York School of Interior Design. This years fundraiser was absolutely incredible! Take a look at my favorit...
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Frank Lloyd Wright: Robie House
For most architects and designers, Frank Lloyd Wright is like a god. Leaning about FLW has been a huge part of my education. I had been wanting to see his most famous Prairie style houses in Chicago for so long now! The Frederick C. Robie House is one of th...
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Art Institute of Chicago
I had been wanting to go to the Art
Institute of Chicago for a long time now. This last trip I took, I knew I had
to go check it out. The space was amazing and full of many great exhibits. One
that really caught my eye was called " Provoke".  During
the pol...
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Toiletpaper Paradise
Toiletpaper Magazine created an
exhibit where people could touch, play, sit and recline in  The Gallery at Cadillac House in SoHo. This curated space was
made by artist Maurizio Cattelan and photographer Pierpaolo Ferrai.  It includes a lounge, kitchenette,...
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The Wright
I had heard great things about the restaurant inside the Guggenheim Museum, The Wright. They were dead on because it was great! On Saturday, I went with my friend Daniela for brunch. Looking around we could see the same curving walls of the museum designed ...
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James Casebere: Emotional Architecture
I heard about this exhibit from a friend and knew I just had to attend! James Casebere was inspired by Luis Barragan, the famous Mexican architect. He is known for his use of bright colors and playing with light and shadows. What interested me most about th...
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India - Ahmedabad
Our first stop was in Modhera, outside of the city of Ahmedabad.  The style of architecture found here is called the Maru-Gurjara style. There are three different types of this style,  Nagara,  Vesara and Dravida. The Sun Temple is of the Nagara style. Ther...
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India - Jaipur
Jairpur was absolutely beautiful and had amazing structures! The streets were always filled with people working on crafts or selling goods. One of my favorites was Hawa Mahal.  It is essentially a high screen wall built so the women of the royal household c...
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India - Agra
In Agra, the first place we just had to go to was the Taj Mahal! It was a foggy day so we crossed our fingers to be able to see the structure through the thick fog. When we got there, it was immense and grand even through the fog! The more I walked around i...
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