Ana Lisa

 

Ana Lisa Alperovich is an Anglo-Argentine eco-designer who works as a freelance photojournalist.
She specialized in sustainable design & architecture and loves reporting from global design week events and writing architecture features.
Born in Buenos Aires, she spent her 20s in London where she attended Goldsmiths University.
Back in Argentina she initiated and co-produced the Festival Sustentable. She is now based in The Netherlands where she attends the Design Curating & Writing Master at the Design Academy of Eindhoven.

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Step Inside an Incredible World of Origami Art at Cooper Union This Summer

Step Inside an Incredible World of Origami Art at Cooper Union This Summer

Surface to Structure: Folded Forms will display a series of intricate paper artwork created entirely through folding. The works will include simple and complex pieces as well as…

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New York’s Helmsley Building Unveils Gorgeous LED Light Show Set to the Sound of Violins

New York’s Helmsley Building Unveils Gorgeous LED Light Show Set to the Sound of Violins

Built in 1929 by Warren & Wetmore, the Helmsley Building is owned by Monday Properties and is one of the only buildings in Manhattan that you can drive through. The spectacular new…

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I-Beam Design Uses 20,000 LEGOs to Create a Playfully Pixelated New York City Apartment

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Using mostly primary colors, the kid's room is minimal and playful. I-Beam designed the 20,000 LEGO blocks staircase, while artist Sean Kenney worked with the family to create a…

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