There’s no business like the pink flamingo business, especially at the Moss Bureau enhanced shop at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston. These babies get a lot of attention. No surprise, really. Just the thing to be riding around your pool on these hot hot summer days. Giddy up, Divine! Eat your heart out, John Waters.
Posted in Design, design art, MFAH, Moss Bureau, museums
Tagged Art, Design, Franklin Getchell, MFAH, Moss Bureau, Murray Moss, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, Pink Flamingos
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Her death today was absolutely shocking. I think it’s because Zaha was always so amazingly powerfully THERE. She was a life force. She was brilliant and she was mean. A life of fighting for position took its toll. She was not nice. In fact, she was horrible. Look at that face. But you could not resist her and you could not ignore her astounding work. We will miss all aspects of this giant relentless breathtaking woman. Click on her photo above to go to a tribute today in the Guardian, a list with photos of her ten most extraordinary buildings. And click on the photo below to go to a great interview with her in an amazing magazine called UNCUBED. It’s where both of these photos are from.
2016 is going to be a big year for Moss Bureau. We have new clients, we’re launching a new website, two new Instagram pages and this very blog is about to be transformed into a stupendous forum. For those of you who have been just waiting for something new, watch this space. We’ll starting rolling things out over the next week. Except for the obvious reasons why it’s not, 2016 is going to be a great year to be alive. And, of course, what’s the alternative? Stay tuned, friends and neighbors, stay tuned.
Remember how Murray was in China last fall? Well, he’s back there again, and once again is working with Georg Jensen. This time it’s during Beijing Design Week, and the opening of the exhibition Jensen’s Garden, which is the first section of the new Jensen Hus headquarters to open. Note his tiny photo in the second row on the brochure, surrounded by pals Marc Newson, Aric Chen and of course, Jensen CEO, David Chu. Click on that tiny face to see the whole thing way bigger.
Posted in Beijing Design Week, Georg Jensen, Marc Newson, Moss Bureau, Murray Moss
Tagged Aric Chen, Beijing, Beijing Design Week, China, David Chu, Georg Jensen, Marc Newson, Murray Moss
It was craziness last night at Broadway and 25th Street, the location of the new Rizzoli store. Okay, okay, maybe the store’s not quite finished but they had a launch party scheduled so launch they did. Thousands of New York book lovers showed up and lined up to get in. Once inside, you saw the excellent and gorgeous Fornasetti wallpaper, had a glass of wine, if you could make it to the bar, and got to hear Diane von Furstenberg and Rizzoli publisher Charles Miers wish you a warm [no air conditioning as yet] welcome. That’s them below.
Joining our friend the great chef Jose Andres, and Macy’s. NBC, the PGA, Perfumania, and of course the entire country of Mexico, Moss Bureau is firing Donald Trump for his unbridled racism and for being a hopeless clown and blight on humanity, and a pig. We know you were about to ask us to open stores in all your crummy condo buildings, so before you do, Donald, don’t bother.
Moss Bureau was down in Houston last week, working our magic at the MFAH store, and in general trying to keep cool. Houston in the summer. Not so recommended for the old, or the young, or the living. But the MFAH is a great museum and they have excellent air conditioning. In case you were wondering, this is the hotel limo. Seriously. And Zaza is the name of the hotel, not the longhorn, which appears to have been hit by the limo earlier in the week.
There’s no place like MossAngeles for fine shelving. We brought everything back to New York and we have all the 606 Universal Shelving you could want: shelves, uprights, cabinets and even sloping shelves. Black, off white and silver. We have everything except the shoes. If you only had a brain, you’d call 212 204 7107 or email email@example.com for more info and find out how CHEAP they are. You’re not in Kansas any more and you’re not Judy Garland either, so get some shelves, girlfriend.
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Tagged 606 Universal Shelving, cabinets, Dieter Rams, Moss, Moss Bureau, MOssangeles, shelves, shelving
Moss on Melrose Ave was a short-lived wonder of the retail universe. Note the ten-ton steel beam running the length of the shop, terminating at “Hi”. How totally cool is that? Maybe a little over-cool, actually. Nobody got it. Maybe “Hi” was too complex for them? We closed in two years. But guess what–you are in so much luck because we still have all those 606 Universal shelves. We have them and now you can have them, at Lo prices. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info or stay tuned right here.