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What’s new in Art, Architecture, And Design?

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What’s new in Art, Architecture, And Design?
First of all, high-tech science has become a creative force in the art world. London-based artist Susan Aldworth for instance explores the human identity and mind/consciousness in association with scientists. Klari Reis, a painted based in San Francisco, experiments with new materials and methods for her scientifically themed works and collaborates with biomedical companies. She says she is “driven by curiosity and [her] desire to explore and document the natural and unnatural with a sense of wonder and joy”.

Then regarding architecture, in grand estates, one of the latest luxuries gaining popularity is a series of primary bedroom suites akin to a five-star hotel. Indeed, Bobby McAlpine says he’s designed several over the years. Elissa Morgante, a co-principal of Morgante Wilson Architects in Evanston also designed a pair of main bedroom suites.

Finally, in the design field, cottage style is making a comeback, particularly in accessory buildings such as carriage houses and pool houses. It’s characterized by painted or decorated furniture, weathered finishes, floral fabrics, a garden-in-bloom color palette, vintage features, and natural textural accents like baskets. “The human scale of the cottage is a perfect mix of softened roof lines and quaint, well-scaled facades” says architect Kevin ten Brinke, a principal of KT2 Design Group in Sudbury.

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