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The Shelby artists – Preston Sampson

An intrinsic element of The Shelby community is the people that helped create it.  These artists and craftsmen are the people that have actualized our vision.  It is important to us that we share with you the stories behind the talented people that have dedicated their time to creating a place for you to call home. MEET: ARTIST, PRESTON SAMPSON…

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The Shelby Artists: Gregg Deal

An intrinsic element of The Shelby community is the people that helped to create it.  These ‘artists and craftsmen’ are the people that have actualized our vision.  It is important to us that we share with you the stories behind the talented people that have dedicated their time to creating a place for you to call home. Welcome…

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The Shelby Artists: Dominique Fierro

An intrinsic element of The Shelby community is the people that helped to create it.  These ‘artists and craftsmen’ are the people that have actualized our vision.  It is important to us that we share with you the stories behind the talented people that have dedicated their time to creating a place for you to call home. Welcome…

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Sliding House

Russell Ross and his wife Sally live in rural Suffolk (UK) at home, at first glance, resembles a huge warehouse. But a simple building with really rough architecture a unique project – “Rolling Home» (Sliding house). Just a few minutes the roof of the house may go in the truest sense of the word. facade…

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Power to the Parklet

Los Angeles’ first mini-park kicks off citywide program. On February 3, Los Angeles kicked off its pilot parklets program, announced last fall, with the opening of a miniature public space in Eagle Rock, a neighborhood in East Los Angeles. Designed by LA landscape architecture firm Shared Spaces, the park is located on the site of…

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This Animated Film Of New York City Will Blow Your Mind

When it comes to New York City, we’ve brought you some glorious time-lapse footage and even taken you inside the homes of local New Yorkers, but you have never seen the most famous city in the world transformed like this. We don’t want to reveal too much, but below is animated film of NYC that…

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Wynwood Is Getting Awesome Artist-Designed Crosswalks

The intersection of Northwest 2nd Avenue and 25th Street, in the center of Wynwood, will soon have a colorful crosswalk designed by kinetic artist Carlos Cruz-Diez, Curbed has learned from somebody involved with the project. It’s the first of many artist-designed crosswalks planned for Wynwood by the Miami Biennale which will collectively be called the…

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Philippe Starck Designs a Bike-Share Scooter-Cycle in France

Philippe Starck’s design career has been all over the place, what with his rocket-ship juicers, submarine yachts, New Mexican spaceport and this profoundly painful-looking chair for director Wim Wenders. It’s no surprise, then, that his latest project hails out of left field: It’s a line of chic scooter-cycle hybrids for a new bike-sharing program in…

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A Trendy Turn in Obama’s Town

Soon after President Obama places his hand on the Lincoln Bible on Monday, he will join lawmakers for a luncheon of steamed lobster, hickory-grilled bison and New England chowder in the Capitol’s ornate Statuary Hall. Meanwhile, in the trendy corridors of this city, the Good Stuff Eatery on Capitol Hill will be serving its signature…

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