Zaha Hadid Architects Building on World’s Most Expensive Site, Annie Selke Launches Wallpaper, Google Home Does …

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Annie Selke Launches Wallpaper

The black of gentle bedding has done a incursion into new territory: wallpaper. For a entrance collection, Annie Selke translated her contented prints to colorful wall hangings in a launch that’s been—quite literally—years in a making. “I’ve been perpetually a fan of wallpaper, even as a immature lady when we was a tyro during Miss Porter’s School,” says Selke. “I used to admire a exuberant wallpaper hung in roughly each room in a school. With a appearance of a permit with The Tile Shop, we have been branch a courtesy to a whole home, so conceptualizing wallpaper seemed like a healthy subsequent step.” The paper retails for $96 per roll.

Zaha Hadid Architects to Build on World’s Most Expensive Site

Talk about profitable land: A Hong Kong tract that sole for scarcely $3 billion (HK$23.3 billion, a many costly tract ever sold) will shortly turn a site of a 35-story bureau designed by Zaha Hadid Architects. The Murray Road tract is being grown by Henderson Land Development and is slated for execution in 2022. The jury is still out on either a cost record can be beaten by then.

Google Does Mini-Golf

For a latest beginning to denote a capabilities of a Google Home suite, a tech hulk took to a links—or a tiny links, during least. Google Home mini-golf non-stop to a open in 4 cities final week and will sojourn open by Jun 4, from 10 A.M. until 8 P.M.

Homepolish Pops Up during Saks

The online interior pattern company has taken over a territory of a initial building during Saks Fifth Avenue to denote pattern savvy in genuine life. This Saturday, designers will be on palm for consults in a space designed by Emma Beryl; additional programming via a run includes panels with member from Goop, Coveteur, and more. To coincide with a event, a association has also published a repository highlighting several of their designers.

The pattern for Chelsea F.C.’s 60,000-seat stadium.

Herzog de Meuron Puts Hold on Soccer Stadium

Bad news for soccer-obsessed pattern buffs: Herzon de Meuron’s design for Chelsea F.C.’s track are no more. Or during least, not for now. According to a matter from a club, a preference was a financial one: “No serve pre-construction pattern and formulation work will occur,” a matter reads. “The bar does not have a time support set for reconsideration of a decision. The preference was done due to a stream adverse investment climate.”

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