Humid and dusty touring the construction site.
Such high expectations for all of the special places that are being created; the new Writers Bar at @raffleshotelsingapore is taking shape... it's going to be fantastic! Reminiscent and moody, plenty of seats at the bar and the perfect vibe.
THE Waldorf Astoria clock, this time in Chengdu, China. My amazing studio @champalimauddesign delivered a truly stunning hotel, a successful five year project - @waldorfchengdu.
“Everybody needs to understand how we feel and what we went through, because if they don’t, they’re not going to be able to understand why we’re fighting for what we’re fighting for.”
Emma González and her peers give me hope for the future.
Bourgeois juxtaposed materials conventionally considered male or female; she would use rough or hard materials associated with masculinity to sculpt soft forms suggestive of femininity.
In the 1970s, she hosted Sunday salons in her Chelsea apartment, where students and young artists would take their work to be critiqued. This accessibility and willingness to advise younger artists was exceptional for such an established artist.