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Architect Breaks Down Details of “The Grand Budapest Hotel" | Architectural Digest
Michael Wyetzner of Michielli + Wyetzner Architects joins AD to break down the hidden design details and architectural flourishes you may have missed while watching the ornately decorated fantasy world of director Wes Anderson's Academy Award-winning 2014 film The Grand Budapest Hotel.
A Deep Dive Into the 'Gentrification Font'
If there's a definitive look to gentrification, aside from the changing faces that make up a neighborhood, it's not just the "gentrification building" ("blocky, forgettable mid-rises"), it's also a "gentrification fence" (horizontal wooden slats) and a "gentrification font" (sans serif house numbers). These design elements often converge into a sleek, vaguely modern aesthetic that's ubiquitous with neighborhoods in flux, all over the country.
Inside the epic design challenge of the Elizabeth Line
Over 30 years in the making, the new Elizabeth line in London is a herculean feat of engineering, architecture and, of course, design. We speak to TfL’s head of design, Jon Hunter, about how it will change the face of transport in London and beyond.
DALLE 2 and The Origin of Vibe Shifts
Sometime around 2015 there was a mysterious vibe shift in web design. It came so suddenly, and with so much decisive force, that it stood apart from the normal ebb and flow of aesthetic trends. It was like an invasive species taking over an ecosystem from a weaker competitor.
“You cannot bore people into buying your product”, according to David Ogilvy. So true. Nevertheless, election season arrives, and radical boredom inevitably becomes the preferred strategy for most candidates. Let’s have a look at the typography anyhow.