You've got to see this amazing art installation created by Israeli artist Nelly Agassi (shown bottom right): it's one giant bed that occupies a whole room by itself. Can anyone say slumber party?
And below the jump are some other links to stories about the colourful LACMA exhibit showcasing art made from common household objects, a "glamping" resource site for glamorous camping getaways and a modern Pacific Palisades home that takes advantage of its precarious hillside zoned location...
- Giant Bed is Whole Bedroom: Israeli artist Nelly Agassi created a HUGE bed which would insure nobody will hog up the covers.
- Hill House by Johnston Marklee & Associates at ArchDaily: Stunning hillside Pacific Palisades home which takes advantage of a very limiting plot zone.
- Go Glamping: Glamorous camping is a great way to get away and rough it...but not too roughly and in style.
- LACMA Says 'Welcome' and They're 'HappyHappy' to See You at LAist: Korean artists Choi Jeong-Hwa's "Your Bright Future" exhibit at LACMA is a plastic fantastic, colour inspiration waiting to be seen (Photo by jek in the box)