All modernist architects owe a debt to Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, a German born American architect (1886 – 1969). Known widely as “Mies” he was one of the prominent innovators of modern architecture along with Le Corbusier and Walter...
We had a chance to talk with client Julie Cantor about her close collaboration with Marc during the creation of her new home on Georgina in Santa Monica, CA. Dr. Cantor is a lecturer-in-law at UCLA Law where she teaches Health Law...
Many of our clients over the years have been avid art collectors, and Marc has created gallery areas within his designs. Our clients for the Trousdale project are also lovers of art and wanted a large sculpture to have a prominent...
It is a common conception that Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup Cans paintings (stencil and silk-screen), 1962, were purely a cynical commentary on American commercialism. The truth is that Andy adored Campbell’s soup and ate it...
The avant-garde art movement known as Cubism which emerged in Paris between 1906 and 1911 was influenced by the Impressionists, café society, and the birth of the mechanical age – perhaps even by early motion pictures. Pablo Picasso...