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BLESS N°63 Neutra Dasein

A special project from the designers of BLESS at the iconic Los Angeles Neutra VDL House, creating a social space where the public will be invited to spend time exploring and participating.

This summer the historic Neutra VDL Studio and Residences in Los Angeles will become the home of the Paris and Berlin-based design studio BLESS. Responding to the unique architectural environment of the Austrian’s architect Richard Neutra’s Los Angeles home and work space, BLESS will bring their own contemporary design ethos to this icon of Californian mid-century modernism. In a project that will be equal parts installation, artist residency and model home for alternative ways of living, BLESS will transform the Neutra VDL House into a design laboratory and a site of conviviality. The project will be accompanied by a salon program and workshops devoted to questions of design, so if your are across the pond, take part!

until 8 September 2018
Neutra VDL
Los Angeles,USA

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