3D Home Printing For The Developing World

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Kienlen Lattmann Sotheby’s International Realty has proudly been working with a wonderful charity, New Story, who builds homes in specific areas of the developing world. We are currently fundraising to build a home in Mexico.

They have worked with our partner, ICON, to build a 3D printer specifically for the developing world and have successfully printed the first home. In El Salvador for the first community, this innovation will mean:

● $4,000 for one home

 12-24 hours to print the home

● Better quality for families

One billion people live without a basic human need: shelter. Linear improvements will never reach this market. We need a quantum leap in affordability, speed, and quality to reach families exponentially faster.

3d printer

The World’s First 3D Printed Community. Help Build It.

● Seeking $600k funding for the next phase of R&D by April 13th
● Seeking $400k of pre-funding the first community of 100 printed homes (for families in need) ever to exist by May 31st

Our goal is to print homes in El Salvador in 2018 and finish the community of homes in 2019. Then democratize the technology to other non-profits and governments to scale around the world.

  • Meet The Family: You get to see the exact family your donation is building a home for.
  • Local Involvement: We don’t know it all. Partnering with locals allows us to make the best decisions for home recipients.
  • Video Proof: We’ll share with you as the family you helped moves into their new home.


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New Development Spotlight | The 118 in Dubai

Showcasing the height of new luxury construction in some of the world’s most sought after locations, let’s explore an exclusive new development from our worldwide network.

At The 118 in Dubai, opulence will surround and guide you every step of the way. The stage is set for an extraordinary experience in the reception foyer, where a specially-commissioned suspended glass sculpture welcomes you. The fluid lines and abstract forms of the two-story high piece are accentuated by warm lighting, while the marble corridors lead to state-of-the-art elevators. A novel interpretation of design that artfully blends space and light, each residence is created with bespoke elements that cater to the distinct sensibilities of each resident. Individuals can choose either classic or contemporary themes, both of which are stylish in design and impeccable in finish.

These large, indulgent spaces are designed to accommodate four bedrooms, but can be transformed into two or three-bedroom residences based upon personal preferences.  The Classic Residences are designed to be private havens away from the world, offering the perfect balance of technology and tasteful luxury. Punctuated by meticulous details including high-quality Italian marble through the length and breadth of the home, soft fluid designs and a warm color palette, these residences evoke a distinct sense of warmth and comfort.

Massive landscape windows frame the rooms, providing exceptional views of the city below while bathing the interiors in an abundance of natural light. Trackless panes lead out to sky terraces in a seamless ‘indoor to outdoor’ transition, completing the experience of true luxury.

The kitchens within the Classic Residences feature themed design by SieMatic, combining elegant minimalism with optimum functionality. Superior cabinetry, appliances by Miele and innovative spatial aesthetics seamlessly combine to create luxury kitchens of the future.

Created to complement the modern sensibilities of today’s discerning elite, the Contemporary Residences are large indulgent spaces that transform to elevate lifestyles. Magnificent marble floors in the living room lead to soft, warm parquet finishes in the bedrooms, punctuated by innovative lighting design. The high ceilings create an unmitigated sense of freedom, while the trackless French windows that open out to the sky terrace craft a unified indoor and outdoor experience. The kitchens within the Contemporary Residences have been designed as areas where both amateur and accomplished chefs can thrive.

Gulf Sotheby’s International Realty | Contact Ian Liborwich for more information

From the slopes of the Western United States, to shores of the Mediterranean, experience captivating New Developments from the Sotheby’s International Realty network

Posted on February 22, 2018

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Sotheby’s | Inside the Wine Collections of Great Connoisseurs

Drawing from some of the best cellars known to Sotheby’s, the collections featured in Finest & Rarest Wines (24 February, New York) include wines from the most sought-after domains in Burgundy, the top chateaux in Bordeaux and beyond. Selections such as La Tâche DRC 1995, Heitz Cellar Martha’s Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon 1991 and Petrus 1993 highlight the unparalleled study and passion of true wine connoisseurs. Read on to learn more about the remarkable private collections, along with their greatest treasures, in the upcoming sale.

Lot 38. La Tâche Drc 1985 (2 Bottles). Estimate $6,500–9,500Lot 41. Romanée Conti Drc 1985 (2 Bottles). Estimate $17,000–26,000. Lot 36. La Tâche Drc 1990 (3 Bottles). Estimate $9,000–12,000.

Legends from the Cellar of a Long-Time Oenophile

This fabulous selection from a West Coast Collector and aficionado, whose passion for wine was born during a trip to France many years ago, begins with over thirty bottles and fifteen lots from iconic DRC. Highlights include two bottles of 1985 Grands Echezeaux, four vintages of Richebourg and two bottles of the mythical 1985 Romanée Conti. In addition, rarely does one ever see an astonishing eight vintages of La Tâche, including multiple bottles from the legendary 1985, 1990, 1993 and 1996 vintages. An impressive selection of Bordeaux follows with all of the First Growths present including full cases of 1990 Lafite and Margaux, 2000 Haut Brion, Mouton Rothschild and Latour amongst many others. Finally, not to be overshadowed are individual bottles of the immortal 1929 Y’quem.

From Wine Cellars and Europe’s Wine Region, to a master of wine’s experience in California Wine Country, LIVE Vintage on the Extraordinary Living blog

Almost all of these wines were bought on release and stored meticulously by the original owner in a private, purpose-built temperature controlled cellar. The wines, part of a much larger collection, were inspected on site and shipped to Sotheby’s warehouse via temperature-controlled truck.

Lot 331. Vega Sicilia Unico 1970 (10 Bottles). Estimate $5,500–8,000Lot 330. Vega Sicilia Unico 1979 (3 Bottles). Estimate $900–1,200. Lot 328. Vega Sicilia Unico 1987 (2 Bottles). Estimate $500–700. Lot 327. Vega Sicilia Unico 1989 (3 Bottles). Estimate $750–1,100.

Pristine Bordeaux, Burgundy and Champagne from a Manhattan Collector

From the moment this gentleman, a long-time Sotheby’s client in New York City, began amassing a cellar, provenance and pristine conditions have been the hallmark of the collection. The vast majority of this collection was purchased on release, with the balance sourced from the most reputable of retailers and auction houses. These impeccably sourced wines were removed from temperature-controlled professional storage and purpose-built home cellars for transfer to Sotheby’s warehouse.

We begin in Bordeaux, with a focus on the outstanding 2000 and 2005 vintages. Cos d’Estournel, Grand Puy Lacoste, Léoville Las Cases and Lynch Bages all appear in original wood, alongside a full case of Mouton Rothschild 1998. Continuing on to Burgundy, twelve bottles each of La Tâche 1998 and 1995 are followed by a truly impressive parade of large formats: La Romanée Liger-Belair 2003 in jeroboam, and magnums of Clos de la Roche Dujac 1993, Musigny J.-F. Mugnier 1999 and Bonnes Mares G. Roumier 2005. An incredibly rare full dozen bottles of Musigny Joseph Drouhin 1996 in original carton, plus Krug Clos d’Ambonnay 1996 and Pol Roger Cuvée Winston Churchill 1988 in jeroboam, rounds out this spectacular offering of blue chip rarities.

Lot 249. Heitz Cellar Martha’s Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon 1991 (6 Magnums). Estimate $2,200–3,200Lot 248. Heitz Cellar Martha’s Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon 1991 (12 Bottles). Estimate $1,800–2,600.

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Posted on February 12, 2018

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New & Notable Luxury Properties for Sale | February 2018

From a Baroque-style penthouse in Israel to a private island in the Bahamas, this month’s collection of exceptional properties for sale feature homes from some of the world’s finest locales.

Israel Sotheby’s International Realty | Contact Shelly Belzer-Shmelzer for more information

This grand, Baroque-style penthouse resides in the enduring Sea One – a post-modern tower ideally located on Tel Aviv beach, designed by Harald Klein. Guests and residents will enjoy outstanding accommodation, pool and wellness facilities overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, an exclusive gourmet restaurant, grand lobby with bar and management service of the highest standard.

Aspen Snowmass Sotheby’s International Realty | Contact Andrew Ernemann and Craig Morrisfor more information

This state-of-the-art home in downtown Aspen offers over 18,000 square-feet of living space with smart home automation throughout. The home features three tennis courts that transform into skating rinks in the winter, a home theater, and a bowling alley/shooting range among its many amenities.

List Sotheby’s International Realty | Contact Tersa Lau for more information

This elegant three-level home in Pokfulam, Hong Kong offers a rooftop terrace, garden, and balconies. Two of the home’s three en-suite bedrooms feature incredible private balconies, and rooftop terrace enjoys sprawling views of the sea, with exquisite space for alfresco dining.

Premier Sotheby’s International Realty ­| Contact Michael Lawler for more information

Offering unparalleled views of Doubloon Bay, this contemporary home in Naples, Floridafeatures a one-of-a-kind floating European White Oak staircase, floor-to-ceiling glass, hand-selected Calcutta Marble flooring, and all-glass wine room. Situated on the north side of Admiralty Point, the property is eligible for Port Royal Club membership.

Damianos Sotheby’s International Realty | Contact George Damianos for more information

Whale Cay is a private island located in the fishing paradise of the Berry Islands in the Bahamas. Situated between the Bahama Banks and the tongue of the ocean, the Berry Islands have long attracted visitors who enjoy fishing and boating, with great proximity to Florida and only 30 miles north of Nassau. The Island is primed for residential development, with more than 570 acres included in this listing. There are 12 miles of shoreline and 13 white sandy beaches totaling seven miles.

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Posted on February 5, 2018

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5 Innovative Home Trends from CES 2018

This year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegascontinued the trend we’ve highlighted in years past towards new and exciting connected devices for the home. Of particular note this year is the integration of other key technology segments.

Voice Assistants

TCL’s Roku-Enabled “Alto” Smart Soundbar

As evidenced by the proliferation of Amazon Echos and Google Homes throughout the world (not to mention the iOS counterpart, Siri, introduced over 6 years ago), the sprint towards Star Trek-level voice control continues unabated. CES this year highlighted hundreds of devices powered primarily by Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa (with Microsoft’s Cortana bringing up the rear and Apple’s Siri practically non-existent), with one of the most practical and useful being a Roku-enabled Smart Soundbar by upstart manufacturer TCL. Instead of stumbling with multiple remotes to control the volume, picture settings, or navigation on your connected streaming devices, you can simply ask Roku to “watch Netflix” or “play Pandora” and it will immediately perform the command and control any devices needed to do so.

Augmented & Virtual Reality

Rokid’s AR Glasses

Augmented Reality (AR) is taking a huge step forward this year, with new phones and tablet devices making the most out of the technologies being built by Google and Apple. At CES, this is reflected in some new gadgets, including a pair of glasses from Rokid that will combine voice control, artificial intelligence, physical gestures, and facial recognition to create an immersive Heads-Up Display (HUD) to push forward the wearable AR world forward.

Not to be forgotten, Virtual Reality is still a major influence this year, with one of the most enticing additions also being one of the most obvious – wireless VR headsets. HTC, with their VIVE line of devices arguably the current leader in the dedicated headset space, announced the availability of a wireless adaptor that will allow full, untethered motion. Given the VIVE’s truly impressive picture fidelity, adding this freedom of movement will contribute tremendously to a fully immersive VR experience.

Smart Lighting

Vivid and Customizable Wall Panels by Nanoleaf

While the aforementioned Echo and Home devices have brought the ability to control your lights with a simple phrase to the masses, the application of smart lighting is still fairly simplistic. While Philips was one of the first manufactures to bring color control to the masses with their Hue kit, at CES a company called Nanoleaf is looking to transform not just your lightbulbs, but your walls into an infinite palate. An update to their existing Nanoleaf Light Panels (formerly Aurora), their new offering is a square LED panel that can be arranged across a wall to offer full visual and color control. The most obvious initial application would be storefronts and nightclubs, where you can imagine a color visualization synced to pulse-pounding music. However, the end goal is to apply to the home, where the application could have a dramatic effect on the mood of the user and the style of the living space.

Ultra High Definition TVs with High Dynamic Range

HDR Enhances the Home Viewing Experience

With Apple coming into the 4K fray late last year, 4K content, displays, and devices continue to be the big thing in home entertainment. While resolution tends to be the preferred talk track of manufactures (and CES had its share of niche 8K displays as proof-of-concepts), there’s also been a shift towards content and displays that take advantage of High Dynamic Range (HDR). HDR essentially allows for an incredibly large color palate when compared to previous video formats, showing more realistic colors from the darkest blacks to the brightest whites. As Consumer Reports describes it, while traditional non-HDR displays can show up to 17 million unique colors, displays utilizing HDR can reveal up to 1 billion colors (that’s billion, with a ‘B’).

Sony’s New AF8 Bravia OLED UHDTV

Sony was one of many TV display manufactures to showcase their new 4K HDR TVs, which now include support for the recently announced HDR 10 standard, which will bring an even larger range of colors to content moving forward. Their AF8 Bravia OLED UHDTV is one such example, and even has a unique approach to sound – instead of having a dedicated speaker system, the TV uses the display itself to project the sound outward.

“Out-of-the-Box” Gadgets

The wildcard technologies are often the most fun at CES. Some interesting ones this year included:

Folding clothes will never be the same…

Not all of these are fully practical, but there is one that every home in the world will want – FoldiMate, a machine that will fold your clothes for you. It supports shirts and pants in children’s sizes up through XXL, as well as sheets and pillowcases, and provides them to you in a neat, single pile that you can place directly into your closet or drawer.

Never has the future felt so useful.


Posted on January 18, 2018

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The Best of Island Living

Turquoise waters, breezy sea air, sun soaked beaches and lush greenery are part and parcel for the idyllic island jaunt, but there are tropical escapes, and then there are tropical escapes.

Once you decide to own a slice of paradise, the details of island living become that much more nuanced. It becomes about sun and shade cycles, open-air living, a welcome dose of privacy, and views whenever possible. Warm wood adds a beach-hut feel, sweeping white walls offset pops of topical color, and washed stones evoke nearby shorelines. Couple those trappings of good taste with resort-like amenities and you may never leave the island.

Castillo Caribe, Grand Cayman

$39,950,000 USD | Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands | Cayman Islands Sotheby’s International Realty

The Caribbean’s year-round sunshine and bright culture are nearly eclipsed by the oceanfront majesty of this Cayman Island retreat.

Castillo Caribe’s boutique hotel–like features make it an unforgettable spot to retreat with friends. A grand front hall presents woven-style ceiling details, recessed lighting, and a sweeping wood staircase, all of which get a splash of the island’s natural elements via indoor palms and two-story floor-to-ceiling windows.

Here, classical features and decor outshine typical nods to beach living: a long table dining hall with elegant chandeliers, an expansive chef’s kitchen with multiple prep areas, and a master bedroom with beautiful wood ceiling inlay. Then there’s the wine cellar, games room, home theatre, gym, outdoor pool and private grotto. Cap that off with the Cayman Islands’ tax-neutral environment for the ultimate break from normalcy.

Makena, Maui

$26,995,000 USD | Makena, Hawaii | Island Sotheby’s International Realty

Look out across the endless Pacific Ocean from one of the most beautifully constructed, custom-detailed homes in Maui. Perched upon one acre of land, this 10,500-square-foot residence is an exemplary model of indoor-outdoor living.

Custom wood detailing runs through every area, including the eight bedrooms. Rippling fountains keep relaxation dialed, and a home theater is at the ready when you need a break from the sun. Or maybe you’ll prefer to soak up that movie in the open night air—an outdoor theater rises from the pool deck.

The nearby pool house accommodates any additional guests, and the nearly 4000-square feet of deck is perfect for large celebrations and star-gazing alike.

Sentosa Cove, Singapore

$19,900,000 SGD | Singapore | List Sotheby’s International Realty

Incredible modern architecture defines this rare oceanfront residence in Singapore. The lure of a marina resort meets high residential integrity here—a marriage of raw wood, polished steel, fair-faced concrete, and tropical sea air.

Views of the water rush into grand rooms at the rear of the home, while front rooms face the waterway. Flow, light, and open space are abundant, as is indoor-outdoor living. A timber bridge intersects the main staircase, giving way to a covered terrace so you can comfortably enjoy the local climate out of the sun’s rays (a dip in the pool will also do nicely). Sliding and folding glass doors expand the living and dining spaces for breakfasts and dinners al fresco. Whether you’re upstairs in a private, inviting bedroom or taking in the tranquility of the courtyard, this Sentosa Cove stunner is open and alive.

Mahoe Bay, Virgin Gorda

$23,000,000 USD | Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands | British Virgin Islands Sotheby’s International Realty

Beachfront living just doesn’t get any better than this. Stunning local stonework, warm woods, Travertine marble, and sandy shades of upholstery line the rooms of the villas at Aquamare.

Three 8,000-square-foot villas, equipped with 30-foot vaulted ceilings and beautiful indoor-outdoor detailing—including hammock seating—can house up to 12 guests each. Each also has its own private waterfront infinity pool with clear views of Drake’s Channel and upscale beachside lounging. A manager’s villa is partnered with the property, making large celebrations and group gatherings easy.

Elevated island homes offer the ideal blend of private retreat and resort living, where tempos slow and lapping waves provide the soundtrack to your days—your own personal paradise.

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Posted on January 15, 2018

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Four Homes for the Holidays

As 2017 draws to a close, all around the world people gather with their families and friends to celebrate the year’s accomplishments and share in welcoming a prosperous new year. Whether it is an intimate get together or grand party, homes are at the heart of these celebrations.

Last month, we explored homes with Classic Kitchens and Unforgettable Dining Rooms; and while crafting (and consuming) meals is an integral part of any holiday celebration, where you gather before, or retire to after with your party is just as special.

Join us today as we travel from North Carolina to Sydney and experience amazing spaces ideal for holiday gatherings.

$2,975,000 USD | Wilmington, North Carolina | Landmark Sotheby’s International Realty

Whether it’s chestnuts or marshmallows roasting on an open fire, there is something special about gathering around the warmth and natural light of a glowing flame. In this contemporary masterpiece in Wilmington, North Carlolina, enjoy company around this sleek, exposed fire pit with a view of Masonboro Sound.

$11,995,000 USD | Calabasas, California | Sotheby’s International Realty – Sunset Strip Brokerage

Nestled in the exclusive Oaks of Calabasas, this Tuscan-inspired home in California features a spacious living/family room with exposed woodwork, spiraling chandeliers, and wall-sized sliding doors that lead out to a covered terrace. A room that lives up to its namesake, there are few things as welcoming and comfortable than a space like this.

3.850.000 € | Utrecht, Netherlands | Netherlands Sotheby’s International Realty

The draw of fire crackling in the hearth isn’t dissimilar to that of an open fire pit. In this intimate space in the Netherlands, muted colors and low ceilings with visible beams mix to create a dark, but comfortable place to enjoy company and warmth – perfect for long, cold nights.

Price Upon Request | Sydney, Australia | Sydney Sotheby’s International Realty

From classics like A Miracle on 34th Street to modern favorites like Elf, holiday films have long been a tradition in many households. In Sydney, this home brings the Hollywood experience into a private space; enjoy your favorite holiday classics, cinema-style, in this home theater.

From the Sotheby’s International Realty brand family to yours – happy holidays and a healthy new year.

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Formal Dining Rooms

Host your next holiday event in one of these extraordinary formal dining rooms.


2 Winston Farm Lane, MendhamWinston Farm
2 Winston Farm Lane
Mendham, New Jersey

1 Spring House Lane, Harding TownshipCustom Center Hall Colonial
1 Spring House Lane
Harding Township, New Jersey

21 Normandy Parkway, Morris TownshipColonial Revival Home
21 Normandy Parkway
Morris Township, New Jersey

101 Campbell Road, BernardsvilleMasterfully Restored Colonial
101 Campbell Road
Bernardsville, New Jersey

520 Pottersville Road, BedminsterOakland Farm
520 Pottersville Road
Bedminster, New Jersey

12 Charter Court, Bernards TownshipGracious Colonial
12 Charter Court
Bernards Township, New Jersey

12 Cowie Road, ChesterSophisticated Custom Colonial
12 Cowie Road
Chester, New Jersey

Please reach out if you would like to view one of these homes.
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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Sotheby’s Institute of Art | Gallery Shows to See in New York This Month

In New York City, the art never stops. Performa Biennial is in full swing, Ai Weiwei’s presence is everywhere, Barbara Kruger’s MetroCards have hit the streets, and new exhibitions have been opening at galleries across the city. Overwhelmed? Don’t be, the Sotheby’s Institute of Art has you covered. Here are a few of the best gallery shows to see this November.

Yayoi Kusama: Festival of Life and Infinity Nets
David Zwirner
Now through December 16


Yayoi Kusama, “The Spirits of Pumpkins Descended into the Heavens,” Infinity Mirror Room at The National Gallery in Singapore, 2017

She’s back! The wait for her NYC return may be over, but the long lines are just starting to form. New Yorkers, get ready to step inside the hallucinatory, fantasy world of the self-proclaimed modern-day Alice in Wonderland, Yayoi Kusama. The iconic artist continues her U.S. takeover on the heels of packed runs at The Broad in LA and The Hirshhorn in D.C. with several exhibitions taking place simultaneously in NYC. Famed “Infinity Mirror Rooms,” new sculptural work, and sixty-six paintings from her “My Eternal Soul” series are all on display in David Zwirner’s Chelsea locations, while the gallery’s newly-opened Upper East Side space presents the latest “Infinity Nets.” A few of Kusama’s paintings are also on view at the Judd Foundation through December 9.

Rashaad Newsome: Reclaiming Our Time
De Buck Gallery
Now through December 9


Rashaad Newsome, “KNOT,” 2014; Photo: Rashaad Newsome

Collage, sculpture, dance, and video are some of the methods employed by Rashaad Newsome in raising questions of power and agency in his work. The artist’s current exhibition continues his line of inquiry into authorship and attribution, a path that has included a deconstruction of Madonna’s “Vogue” in the past, highlighting the dance form’s origins in the 1970’s queer ballroom community in Harlem. This time, Newsome focuses on Cubism and the movement’s West African influence that has been largely overlooked. The exhibition presents three-dimensional collages, an installation entitled, “Through the Looking Glass” as well as sculptural objects from the artist’s furniture collaboration with Vosay, an Afro-Brazilian firm. During the exhibition, Newsome’s new immersive performance piece “Running”will be presented at The Park Avenue Armory on November 7th.

Richard Prince: Ripple Paintings
Gladstone Gallery
Now through December 22


Richard Prince, “Ripple Paintings” at Gladstone Gallery, Installation View

The master of appropriation who used the Marlboro Man and Instagram posts as fodder for his creations has done it again. This time, the source of his material comes from the pages of a magazine, Playboy magazine to be exact. Created in the last two years, this new body of work is culled from the cartoons the artist ripped out of the vintage issues of the publication he purchased on eBay, all produced between 1967 and 1970. Why cartoons? “I love cartoons. Funny drawings. Serious humor. Subversive. Laugh out loud. Another way of surviving.” Prince plays not only with the subject matter but the watercolor method in which the cartoons were made, adding his own watercolor paint – in contrasting hues and multiple layers – to the torn out pages, creating ripples as a result.

See eight more galleries to visit in New York this month

About Sotheby’s Institute of Art


Sotheby’s Institute of Art is The Graduate School of Art and its Markets. Evolving from a small connoisseurship program started by Sotheby’s Auction House in 1969, Sotheby’s Institute is now the foremost leader in art business education and object-based learning. Its global faculty represent the best of almost every facet of the art world, helping students decipher and master the unique forces at play at the intersection of art and commerce.

With campuses in the cultural capitals of London, New York and Los Angeles, Sotheby’s Institute offers graduate level programs that have become more relevant than ever in an art world that is constantly seeking individuals with art historical scholarship and business acumen. Besides Master’s degrees, Sotheby’s Institute offers programs of study such as summer classes, 15-week semester courses, online learning and executive education. Sotheby’s Institute of Art’s programs provide the knowledge and credentials needed to achieve success in today’s worldwide art markets and cultural institutions.

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Posted on November 20, 2017

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Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Sammy Hagar Lists Hawaiian Estate for $3.3 Million


Sammy Hagar is a certified rock and roll legend; whether it was his work with groups like Montrose or Van Halen, his solo career, his TV show, or his successful entrepreneurial ventures, his contributions to pop-culture have persisted for over 40 years reaching far outside the walls of the music industry.

According to a recent story in the Los Angeles Times, Hagar has listed “Mu,” his home of 22 years in Haiku, Hawaii for $3.299 million with Island Sotheby’s International Realty.localimagereader.ashx4

Hagar settled in Hawaii after the island’s beauty wooed him when he visited following a Van Halen tour in the mid 1990’s; his short stay to recharge quickly grew into a love for what he experienced during his time there.


Spanning nearly 10 acres looking out over Waipio Bay, Hagar’s home includes three bedrooms, a saline pool with cabana, outdoor brick pizza oven, and gourmet chef’s kitchen – one that has served as a creative space where many notable chefs crafted memorable meals.


Tranquility in mind, the property showcases the beauty and favorable weather Hawaii is known for. Enjoy a round of three-par golf, hike to a private waterfall, or enjoy a life of sustainability complete with a private well, water catchment, solar electricity, tilapia fish pond, fruit trees, and terraced vegetable gardens right on the home’s grounds.


Allow this verdant property to inspire you the way that it did Hagar – experience one of the most inimitable estates Maui has to offer.

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Posted on November 14, 2017

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