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'Luxury Design' Wire

London-based architect Sam Jacob rails against the "mundane and predictable" cliches of "the world of luxury design" on Dezeen today, arguing that it's all "a continuous experience of glistening surfaces, with the spaces in between plugged with walnut-dashed limos." "These are the weird scenes inside the goldmine of a world that never stops lustering, glistening and shimmering," he writes. A slight jab at the wildly extravagant (and recently PriceChopped) Versace estate, perhaps? [Dezeen; previously]