Time to schedule your next trip to Spain! Located in Villares de la Reina, next to the A-62 motorway (which connects France to Portugal), stands the Resotel – Racing Dreams; a technicolor, motor sports-themed, 11-room boutique hotel over a gas station.
The 2018 LA Art Show, which took place January 10th-14th, presented works from influential underground galleries and international heavyweights, spanning Picasso to pop surrealism, street art to official government exhibitions, with an increased focus on Asia and Latin America.
Looking for a winter getaway? The Faena Hotel Miami Beach, dreamed up by Argentinian developer Alan Faena and designed with an assist from the Oscar-nominated director Baz Luhrmann, ushers in a new era of luxury for visitors to Miami Beach.
Due to the stressful lives that we lead, an emphasis is placed on the need to "escape" the everyday and to experience true relaxation, indulging in simple pleasures alone or with family and friends. Each space should be designed with this in mind.
The hottest ticket in Los Angeles is the Broad’s "Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors," a survey of the 88-year-old Japanese artist’s five-decade body of work.
Year after year, Los Angeles residents flock to shopping areas such as the Grove and Rodeo to not only purchase the latest items, but view the Instagram-worthy spectacles that light up the store windows.
What to know what’s trending in 2018 home design? Look no further! From screening, to vernacular, to floating, to symbolic, this year’s report covers what is going to be hot in residential architecture.
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) is presenting the first major retrospective of one of the most influential Los Angeles artists of the 1970s and '80s, Carlos Almaraz. "Playing with Fire: Paintings by Carlos Almaraz" features more than sixty works and includes pastels, ephemera, and notebooks, largely from 1967 through 1989, the year of the artist’s untimely death at age 48.
Commercial design trends continue to evolve in a wide range of directions, and 2018 is no different.
The intersection at 2nd and Grand in downtown Los Angeles sprang to life over the Labor Day weekend, boasting a colorful installation by Venezuelan-born artist Carlos Cruz-Diez, titled "Couler Additive."