12 12 2017

The Montana Plains with Architect FRANK BARKOW

Architect Frank Barkow’s ranch retreat in Montana is a sprawling testament to the mindset of Big Sky Country. After a contemplative horse trek on the Montana Plains, Barkow tells us why outlaw country is filled with more than just prairie fantasies.
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032c Presents: BEST OF 2017

As 2017 winds down, let us leave you with the TOP 10 most popular stories published this year. From skate anarchy to teen fandom and fire selfies to hazy drones, this list is a journey on the road of our reader's fantasies, paved by the clicks they leave behind.
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TORBJØRN RØDLAND: How Powerful is a Face?

“How powerful is a face?” photographer Torbjørn Rødland asks when pressed about his newest book, The Model. Though comprised of pictures rather than poetry, his compilation very much mirrors Orpheus’s futile journey towards his immortality.
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Ascent of Bordertown: ALEX GARTENFELD on Revamping ICA MIAMI

Miami’s pastel Art Deco presence in the global imagination has been punctuated by the glittering glass of office towers and the concrete wash of reclaimed post-industrial spaces. Joining the ranks is the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami, which recently opened the door to its permanent home in the Design District.
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The CHERMAYEFF Century

For the newest wave of cultural observers, the name CHERMAYEFF may not mean much. But to flip through the hidebound epic of their collective lives, is to realize the depths of their influence in the world of architecture and design. Their tale has been spinning out for more than a century.
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STILE DUCATI: The Anatomy of a Speed Aesthetic

Surface-lust is very much the subject of Stile Ducati, a 240-page ode to the Bologna-based motorcycle manufacturer. With detailed photographs of 19 of the company’s iconic bikes, the book gently combs through a shiny and curved topology of polished and lacquered metal.
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