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I wish I were here right now…

Today our studio has seemed a bit like the RDU airport, a thoroughfare of multiple clients, piles of fabrics and furniture catalogs, along with presentations in multiple locations, even our lunch room. Looking over some photos I snapped on Thursday at a drapery installation, I think I’d like to go on over there and settle down here: in this quiet corner of our client’s study. This composition represents a mix of things she loves: Pineapples, the color blue, a fantastic semi-antique French Baker Chair, and her floor to ceiling wall of books.

Drapery Fabric: Donghia’s Spice Market Warp Print in Blue & Grey Salt

Local Design: RDU Terminal 2

I had the pleasure of fetching two friends from the Raleigh-Durham International Airport over the holiday and was excited to see the architecture of newly completed Terminal 2.
Descending from level one to baggage claim, I fell in love with Lydia Rubio’s aluminum & steel tree sculpture. The sculpture’s trunk is firmly mounted outside the airport, with its branches continuing inside the terminal. I liked it so much that I went back the second time with my camera. Read more about it here , or even better, check it out live.
What are your thoughts about RDU Terminal 2?

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