Benjamin Ball

Ball-Nogues

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Co-principal of Ball-Nogues, a multidisciplinary design studio in Los Angeles, California

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A New Sculpturalism will show models, sketches and photographs of buildings constructed by more than 30 of LA’s leading and lesser-known architects.  
 But, knowing that architecture…

A Taste of the Future at 'A New Sculpturalism'

A New Sculpturalism will show models, sketches and photographs of buildings constructed by more than 30 of LA’s leading and lesser-known architects.  But, knowing that architecture…

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On January 31 Frances will be hosting a conversation called " Temporary Insanity! " at LACMA with Jenna Didier, co-founder of design laboratory  Materials and Applications .

Blurring Boundaries Between Art and Architecture

On January 31 Frances will be hosting a conversation called " Temporary Insanity! " at LACMA with Jenna Didier, co-founder of design laboratory Materials and Applications .

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Petals Ceiling Treatment 
Firm: Studio Lilica             
Designer: Carl Royce                Skateboard Design by Geoff McFetridge         TOPO Table                      Firm: NON…

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Petals Ceiling Treatment Firm: Studio Lilica            Designer: Carl Royce       Skateboard Design by Geoff McFetridge TOPO Table                    Firm: NON…

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