We spent a total of 32 hours saturated completely in the humidity art and design of Miami. During the day, we walked through convention centers showcasing stunning top-notch designers and artists. Stopping for a chance to charge our smartphones during Design Miami, we gave our undivided attention to world class design talks.
To recap our sixth annual designedCOLLECTIVE event, Architexture: Elements In Transformation, we want to take a moment to introduce you to the artists showcased at the studio! Equally talented as they are charming, we invite you to take a look at the authentic process that goes behind their work.
There's a je ne sais quoi about New York City in the spring that makes you fall in love. With all the happenings in early May for NYCxDESIGN, we graciously accepted all the city had to offer.
This project is about as San Francisco as it gets, so naturally we were thrilled to have it featured on Dwell! The residence is located on the iconic Haight Street in the old Theater Loft building. The Theatre Lofts were adapted into lofts by architect George Hauser back in 2001. Before going condo, the building was a movie palace built in 1926, and the exterior still looks more commercial than residential.
Some of our favorite findings from Dwell on Design 2015 in Los Angeles
LOCZIdesign studios and CULT | Aimee Friberg Exhibitions are pleased to present Ebb, a two-person show with artists Gina Borg and Chris Russell. Gallery director Aimee Friberg speaks with both artists in anticipation of the show.
Despite what the mainstream media may be telling us, abundance and lights is all around us. With the holiday in full swing, no matter what you're celebrating, the dining area will be the nucleus of your home. We are so thankful for our clients and the community around us — allow is to show you some of our favorite LOCZIdesign remodeled dining areas.
LOCZIdesign's longtime designer, Margo Nathanson has recently debuted her full line of jewelry and accessories as UtopiaDryGoods. Her jewelry has adorned many of us at the studio for months, so we spent one afternoon taking a peek inside her intimate thoughts on art, creativity, and the world she surrounds herself in. We are proud to feature Margo in our Artist In Residence series.
"Being a bystander to suffering is not an option." — The words of Katie Meyler, founder of More Than Me and a member of our designedCOLLECTIVE community in Liberia fighting to end Ebola.
Inspired by her father who was a famous car designer for over 46 years, Paige grew up surrounded by the world of art and design. After pursuing everything from dance to teaching, Paige pursued a career in design, leading to the creation of her own full service firm, LOCZIdesign. LOCZIdesign lives by the motto that design is about creating an environment that supports the entire person and comes from being of service. "We believe everyone benefits from good design. Our Mission is to create spaces that balance and inspire," Paige says.
California's wine country is already bouncing back from the 6.0 magnitude earthquake — the strongest in 25 years. LOCZIdesign is taking a look at some innovative earthquake home and solutions
Jessica Mi Hyeon Yoo is the owner and principal designer of Design Meem. Her Jogakbo works are ethereal vessels through time. Born and raised in Korea, Jessica attended Hong Ik University, majoring in visual communication design. Since her early years of art education, she had been thoroughly interested in fiber/fabric art.
New York Design Week was a whirlwind of design adventure, one highlight was the neon post-modern utopia of Sight Unseen OFFSITE! Monica Khemsurov and Jill Singer of the website Sight Unseen also co-founded this show in conjunction with NYCxDesign and ICFF. It enchantingly combined the works of independent design studios alongside those from established, forward-thinking brands, creating a small but well curated venue for industry professionals and design enthusiasts.
Let's be real. Every year we dread the daunting task of spring cleaning. So this year, I turned to Paige Loczi for a few of her go-to tips on cleaning your home for spring in an untraditional, yet rejuvenating way.
Style is a function of being comfortable- comfortable in your skin, your clothes and your space. The trick is discovering another’s story and reflecting that in their surroundings. My personal style is an eclectic blend of mid-century with an infusion of pattern and color. My environments are often quixotic, playful and intentional, just like my outfits.
It's Sunday, the perfect day for a DIY project, right? (it's okay if you want to chill instead) We thought mounting a stagforn fern was a fun twist on mounting the horns or head of an actual animal.
Goodbye Winter blues and hello Springtime hues! Although we may be speaking a bit too soon for our friends surviving the winter weather on the East Coast, as designers, we're excited to spring forward. With much consideration, we put together a trend report to give you something to look forward to this Spring!
Recently featured in Vogue's Heirlooms of Tomorrow: Ten Contemporary Designers to Collect Today, Australian-born Mary Wallis' interpretation of lighting design comes from a diverse background in genetics, traditional Chinese painting, and manifesting one's path.
“I think how we view the world impacts everything around us. My goal is to share the spectacular in the everyday. The simple, direct approach often tells a profound story.” - Gus Harper
Fabripod is a collaboration between husband and wife power Chris Chalmers and Amber Bieg.Together they create sustainable, custom crafted design objects in San Francisco.
LOCZIdesign is opening up the doors to our new studio in Potrero Hill for an evening of music, art, and design featuring painter Gus Harper.
"No white after labor day." You may have heard this rule from your mother, grandmother, or another other classy and or classic woman in your life. The no-white-after-labor-day rule has been heavily ingrained into the American culture and in addition bled into the interior design world for decades.
WOOL IS STRONG. It is often said that a single wool fiber is stronger than steel of the same diameter. Wool happens to be the material Meghan Urback uses to create pieces of texture, warmth, and art.
For those willing to take a leap of faith, incorporating neon colors into your decor can brighten up your home well past the months of summer. Unexpected yet pleasant pops of neon have been spotted both in the fashion and interior design world — more than just a trend, bright colors have a vibration and psychology of their own.
Another talented powerhouse from the Loczi family, Magda Loczi, highlights the show-stoppers from Paige, Catrina and Hanna's jaunt to this year's Dwell on Design!
This week we are highlighting just a few innovative and functional pieces to make any summer solstice gathering more joyful—and aesthetically pleasing!
We had a great time at this year's ICFF. Surrounded by new friends and old, and beautiful innovative elements, here's a recap of this year's favorites!
The anticipation of attending this year's International Contemporary Furniture Fair is a bit like going to a candy store—a remarkable candy store filled with some of the most talented, vibrant, and sweetest designers the world has to offer.
Cymatics is the study of sound made visible, the word deriving from the Greek 'kyma', meaning 'wave'. It is an emergent science that is utterly fascinating and exciting, involving water being imprinted by sound, as if by magic, into beautiful patterns and forms. Once seen, it is never forgotten.
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