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ArtCenter Grads Present Their Visions of the Future of Car Design

Click to enlarge Students graduating this Saturday from the ArtCenter College of Design in Pasadena showed what cars will look like in the decades to come, with designs ranging from a 3D-printed hydrogen turbine-powered two-seater to a mid-engine hybrid two-seater that its designer said would be “the Corvette killer.” At Thursday night’s Grad Show, the students from any number of majors – illustration and entertainment…

Sprawling Altadena Mediterranean Estate Built for Widowed Sisters Revealed as This Year’s Pasadena Showcase House

Nestled near the Altadena foothills mostly unseen to street traffic lies a nearly 12,000 square foot estate that was revealed to be this year’s Pasadena Showcase House of Design site where nearly two dozen designers…

Proposed New Craftsman Landmark District Will be Considered Tuesday by City Commission

The City of Pasadena’s Historic Preservation Commission is expected to decide Tuesday on an application to designate the Craftsman Heights neighborhood as a Landmark District in the City. As proposed, the district will be bounded…

ArtCenter Runways Human and Puppy Fashions Designed by Students

Students from the ArtCenter College of Design in Pasadena are mounting an innovative fashion show featuring wearable products and “soft goods” for adults, children and dogs on Friday, April 14, from 7 to 9 p.m.…

The American Society of Interior Designers Present 2017 Design Trends Showcase

The Pasadena Chapter of The American Society of Interior Designers gathered to network and share their insight on popular trends for 2017. The ASID is the oldest organization for interior designers and brings together vendors…

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Altadena Guild of Huntington Hospital Announces 67th Annual Home Tour: Put Pep in Your Step on Pepper

The Altadena Guild of Huntington Hospital will hold it’s 67th annual Home Tour on Sunday May 6, 2018 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. This…

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One of a Kind Dual Exhibit Brings Cuba and Berlin to Pasadena

Aspiring designers travelled overseas to Havana and Berlin in an exclusive Art Center program that not only helped to broaden student knowledge, but also brought back an up close and personal look inside the culture of the school’s foreign counterparts in the form of a dual exhibit showcasing international collaboration. Designmatters is Art Center’s award-winning social impact department that enabled students to present Fresh Eyes Cuba in conjunction with the Testlab Berlin City_X exhibit that is set to open to the public Dec. 7. “Art Center has a strong commitment for international engagement. You cannot be an informed designer if…

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