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September 12, 2013 | Craig Nakano
The horizontal-slat fence has become such a familiar - some might say overly familiar - note in modern house renovations that Los Angeles designers Makoto Mizutani and Benjamin Luddy have suggested a tweak to the composition. Mizutani and Luddy, who work under the studio name Scout Regalia, recently released a DIY cheat sheet for a simple wood fence with boards running on a staggered diagonal. The “cutsheet,” as the designers call it, is available as a free download , with a list of materials, step-by-step instructions and helpful diagrams.
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September 12, 2013 | Craig Nakano
The horizontal-slat fence has become such a familiar - some might say overly familiar - note in modern house renovations that Los Angeles designers Makoto Mizutani and Benjamin Luddy have suggested a tweak to the composition. Mizutani and Luddy, who work under the studio name Scout Regalia, recently released a DIY cheat sheet for a simple wood fence with boards running on a staggered diagonal. The “cutsheet,” as the designers call it, is available as a free download , with a list of materials, step-by-step instructions and helpful diagrams.
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HOME & GARDEN
February 20, 2010
Frustrated that they didn't have enough interior space to host proper dinner parties, Scout Regalia co-founders Benjamin Luddy and Makoto Mizutani created an outdoor table set made of responsibly harvested redwood and colorful enameled aluminum. "We work out of our apartment in Echo Park," Mizutani says. "It's nice to be able to have 10 people over for dinner and not feel crammed inside the house." Each set is made to order, with the aluminum available in 210 colors. The table, 75 inches long, comes with two benches.
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August 31, 1989 | JAMES E. FOWLER
The 65 Girl Scouts who got together for lunch at a restaurant in Fullerton recently didn't know they were having an educational, "cross-cultural" experience--they just thought they were having a good time. Forty-two of those scouts--ages 5 to 16--were daughters of economically disadvantaged, primarily one-parent black and Latino families from northeast Pasadena.
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June 21, 2013 | By Lisa Boone
Like the independent Wanted Design show that ran concurrently with the International Contemporary Furniture Fair in New York last month, the inaugural Parachute Market is set to launch this weekend blocks from the Dwell on Design expo at the Los Angeles Convention Center.  Presented by the vintage furniture and design shop Storefront, the marketplace is intended to be a quarterly outlet for furniture, accessories, fine art and decorative arts...
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December 5, 2013 | By Lisa Boone
Holiday markets are popping up all over town, offering shopping alternatives for holiday gifts and entertaining needs. From Santa Ana to downtown L.A., design enthusiasts can shop for handmade goods at pop-up markets. We offer a quick roundup. Feel free to post more in the comments section below.  Dec. 7: The Remodelista Holiday Market will feature more than 30 California designers selling ceramics, furniture, clothing and more. Vendors include Airplantman, Brendan Ravenhill, Chay, Knotwork LA, Scout Regalia and Le Feu De L'Eau.
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September 27, 2013 | By Craig Nakano
Jonathan Adler's Los Angeles boutique is humming with valets, pop music and the first party guests arriving for a charity fundraiser. Inside, the designer is midway through a guided tour of fall additions to his collection when husband Simon Doonan, the author and fashion commentator, approaches in a waiterly gait bearing a glass of water. "Thank you," Adler says, thick with graciousness. "What's your name again?" Doonan offers a sweet smile. "Dorothy," he says, before spinning away.
FOOD
May 4, 2013 | By Jessica Gelt, Los Angeles Times
Six men and two women sit down to a simple dinner around a rectangular table in a glassed-in upstairs room at Osteria la Buca. It's 7:30 on a Tuesday night in spring, and the sun is just barely sinking into the city haze, leaving Melrose Avenue awash in dirty pink and gold light. The guests - all strangers - have arrived to take part in a new dinner series called the Salon at Osteria la Buca. They have been picked by the restaurant to participate based upon recommendations from previous guests and RSVP letters they composed outlining their professional accomplishments and personal philosophies.
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