The Line Hotel, Los Angeles

A new hotel in Koreatown captures the multicultural spirit of the neighborhood and offers an unbeatable view of the city and its hills

The large arrow-shaped sign on Wilshire Boulevard reads “caFe…free wifi” and points visitors directly to the door of a coffee shop serving habanero mochas and red bean buns. Next to the valet, a bike-rack filled with Linus bicycles sits waiting for riders. A neon Poketo sign glows from their store that’s stocked with colorful contemporary designs next to the elevator. All of these elements help …

Lost Destination Prints by Dorothy

The British design studio pays tribute to '60s and '70s brutalist architecture

Brutalist concrete architecture from the 1960s and 1970s might not be to everyone’s taste, but for Manchester-based design studio Dorothy, such buildings are the objects of no small amount of affectionas a new series of illustrated prints attests. The series, released via Dorothy’s online shop today, boasts five images (so far) of subjects including the Forton Services station on the M6 in Lancaster whichthough a …