Brooklyn

Bureau V’s MINI Living Urban Cabin aims to “start a conversation about immigration”

New York architect Peter Zuspan explains how his studio Bureau V’s colourful additions to the MINI Living Urban Cabin in New York reflect the city’s large immigrant population in our latest Dezeen x MINI Living video. Read more

New York City Travel Guide Inspired by ‘The Intern’ Movie

In the past month have discovered many a #NancyMeyersMoment: first in the Hamptons inspired by Something’s Gotta Give; then I visited Santa Barbara to seek out classic It’s Complicated scenes; after I travelled half away around the world to visit both Surrey, England and Beverly Hills to retrace the steps of the stars from The Holiday. Now the wait is almost over to see the first new movie from Nancy Meyers since 2009’s It’s Complicated. The Intern featuring Anne Hathaway and Robert de Niro is out on 25th September in America and 2nd October in the UK. In honour of it’s upcoming release I collaborated with Warner Brothers and travelled to New York City to explore areas such as Dumbo, Brooklyn Heights, Williamsburg, Chelsea, Lower East Side, Meatpacking District and Soho. The purpose of my trip? To create a #mrbazaartravels guide based on the themes and aesthetics of the film’s latest trailer. Click through after the jump to see where my adventures took me… Much like Nancy’s movies that came before The Intern, her latest movie is just as aesthetically pleasing. Set in Brooklyn, the film plays out in two main spaces: the industrial warehouse office of About The Fit, […]

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