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Roundup April, 22 2009

Selectism | Around the Web

01. HOUSE Industries Tag Sale this Friday and Saturday (above)

This is a big one. “Our storage areas, library and flat files have been cleaned out for the House Industries tag sale on Friday, April 24th. Numbers to get in are available at 7am. Doors open at 9am.” #delaware (Houseind)

02. Matador Hit by Pressing Plant Shutdown

“According to Comcast’s Blinded by the Hype blog and confirmed by a Matador spokesman, the label behind some of the greatest indie rock records of the last 20 years recently lost some of their vinyl masters when 33 1/3, the vinyl pressing plant responsible for manufacturing their LPs, went bankrupt back in 2006.” (Pitchfork)

03. Before & After: Wonder Bread

“A New Take on a Classic Brand: When the needs of a changing market place indicated it was time to update the Wonder brand for a slightly older and more health-conscious consumer, Willoughby Design knew the solution wasn’t reinvention, but evolution.” (Dieline)

04. The new Headquarters of Telefonica in Madrid / Rafael de La-Hoz

“A campus-headquarters vision, is designed after a long process of studding the liabilities, necessities and objectives definitions. This makes its conceptual flexibility and its homogeneous architecture a high financial value; nevertheless, with a strong architectural definition.” (Arch Daily)

05. Milan Furniture Fair Starts Today!

“Attention all green design junkies! The 2009 Milan Furniture Fair starts today, and Inhabitat is on the scene to bring you all of the latest and greatest from this year’s event. We’ve assembled a team of design experts who will be bringing us up-to-the-minute coverage of the show…” (Inhabitant)

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