Interiors and Design
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  Both
 social scenes and cultural scenes fascinate the Viennese people. A 
unique aspect of this city is the emphasis on learning and Viennese 
citizens are very much interested in the life long learning process.  
Having a very high quality of life allows for the upper, middle, and 
lower classes of Vienna to thrive academically and to be accepted in 
various different social spheres that revolve around academia and 
culture, thus resulting in a culture class.         The
 Salon, for centuries, has become a place where intellectuals have 
gathered to share with each other knowledge and culture through 
discussion. Gertrude Stein’s home became a very popular location for a 
Salon in Paris in the first half of the 20th century where intellectuals
 such as Ernest Hemingway and Picasso frequented. Here, academia and 
culture became the catalyst of a social scene and her Saturday night 
Salon helped to begin the birth of the now traditional Saturday 
nightlife.         The
 Salon enabled the sharing of culture and knowledge in an environment 
that was playful and did not have the tedious atmosphere of 
universities, lectures, or museums. The playfulness of these Salons gave
 culture and academia a posh and trendy association that became part of 
social scenes.         Through
 art and performance a playful environment can be created where 
socializing and indulgence can emerge in a setting that does not lose 
the intellectual quality of culture. Both the culture class and the 
social class combine to create a space of excess and intellect.

Both social scenes and cultural scenes fascinate the Viennese people. A unique aspect of this city is the emphasis on learning and Viennese citizens are very much interested in the life long learning process.  Having a very high quality of life allows for the upper, middle, and lower classes of Vienna to thrive academically and to be accepted in various different social spheres that revolve around academia and culture, thus resulting in a culture class.

The Salon, for centuries, has become a place where intellectuals have gathered to share with each other knowledge and culture through discussion. Gertrude Stein’s home became a very popular location for a Salon in Paris in the first half of the 20th century where intellectuals such as Ernest Hemingway and Picasso frequented. Here, academia and culture became the catalyst of a social scene and her Saturday night Salon helped to begin the birth of the now traditional Saturday nightlife.

The Salon enabled the sharing of culture and knowledge in an environment that was playful and did not have the tedious atmosphere of universities, lectures, or museums. The playfulness of these Salons gave culture and academia a posh and trendy association that became part of social scenes.

Through art and performance a playful environment can be created where socializing and indulgence can emerge in a setting that does not lose the intellectual quality of culture. Both the culture class and the social class combine to create a space of excess and intellect.

  Both
 social scenes and cultural scenes fascinate the Viennese people. A 
unique aspect of this city is the emphasis on learning and Viennese 
citizens are very much interested in the life long learning process.  
Having a very high quality of life allows for the upper, middle, and 
lower classes of Vienna to thrive academically and to be accepted in 
various different social spheres that revolve around academia and 
culture, thus resulting in a culture class.         The
 Salon, for centuries, has become a place where intellectuals have 
gathered to share with each other knowledge and culture through 
discussion. Gertrude Stein’s home became a very popular location for a 
Salon in Paris in the first half of the 20th century where intellectuals
 such as Ernest Hemingway and Picasso frequented. Here, academia and 
culture became the catalyst of a social scene and her Saturday night 
Salon helped to begin the birth of the now traditional Saturday 
nightlife.         The
 Salon enabled the sharing of culture and knowledge in an environment 
that was playful and did not have the tedious atmosphere of 
universities, lectures, or museums. The playfulness of these Salons gave
 culture and academia a posh and trendy association that became part of 
social scenes.         Through
 art and performance a playful environment can be created where 
socializing and indulgence can emerge in a setting that does not lose 
the intellectual quality of culture. Both the culture class and the 
social class combine to create a space of excess and intellect.

Both social scenes and cultural scenes fascinate the Viennese people. A unique aspect of this city is the emphasis on learning and Viennese citizens are very much interested in the life long learning process.  Having a very high quality of life allows for the upper, middle, and lower classes of Vienna to thrive academically and to be accepted in various different social spheres that revolve around academia and culture, thus resulting in a culture class.

The Salon, for centuries, has become a place where intellectuals have gathered to share with each other knowledge and culture through discussion. Gertrude Stein’s home became a very popular location for a Salon in Paris in the first half of the 20th century where intellectuals such as Ernest Hemingway and Picasso frequented. Here, academia and culture became the catalyst of a social scene and her Saturday night Salon helped to begin the birth of the now traditional Saturday nightlife.

The Salon enabled the sharing of culture and knowledge in an environment that was playful and did not have the tedious atmosphere of universities, lectures, or museums. The playfulness of these Salons gave culture and academia a posh and trendy association that became part of social scenes.

Through art and performance a playful environment can be created where socializing and indulgence can emerge in a setting that does not lose the intellectual quality of culture. Both the culture class and the social class combine to create a space of excess and intellect.

  Both
 social scenes and cultural scenes fascinate the Viennese people. A 
unique aspect of this city is the emphasis on learning and Viennese 
citizens are very much interested in the life long learning process.  
Having a very high quality of life allows for the upper, middle, and 
lower classes of Vienna to thrive academically and to be accepted in 
various different social spheres that revolve around academia and 
culture, thus resulting in a culture class.         The
 Salon, for centuries, has become a place where intellectuals have 
gathered to share with each other knowledge and culture through 
discussion. Gertrude Stein’s home became a very popular location for a 
Salon in Paris in the first half of the 20th century where intellectuals
 such as Ernest Hemingway and Picasso frequented. Here, academia and 
culture became the catalyst of a social scene and her Saturday night 
Salon helped to begin the birth of the now traditional Saturday 
nightlife.         The
 Salon enabled the sharing of culture and knowledge in an environment 
that was playful and did not have the tedious atmosphere of 
universities, lectures, or museums. The playfulness of these Salons gave
 culture and academia a posh and trendy association that became part of 
social scenes.         Through
 art and performance a playful environment can be created where 
socializing and indulgence can emerge in a setting that does not lose 
the intellectual quality of culture. Both the culture class and the 
social class combine to create a space of excess and intellect.

Both social scenes and cultural scenes fascinate the Viennese people. A unique aspect of this city is the emphasis on learning and Viennese citizens are very much interested in the life long learning process.  Having a very high quality of life allows for the upper, middle, and lower classes of Vienna to thrive academically and to be accepted in various different social spheres that revolve around academia and culture, thus resulting in a culture class.

The Salon, for centuries, has become a place where intellectuals have gathered to share with each other knowledge and culture through discussion. Gertrude Stein’s home became a very popular location for a Salon in Paris in the first half of the 20th century where intellectuals such as Ernest Hemingway and Picasso frequented. Here, academia and culture became the catalyst of a social scene and her Saturday night Salon helped to begin the birth of the now traditional Saturday nightlife.

The Salon enabled the sharing of culture and knowledge in an environment that was playful and did not have the tedious atmosphere of universities, lectures, or museums. The playfulness of these Salons gave culture and academia a posh and trendy association that became part of social scenes.

Through art and performance a playful environment can be created where socializing and indulgence can emerge in a setting that does not lose the intellectual quality of culture. Both the culture class and the social class combine to create a space of excess and intellect.

Both social scenes and cultural scenes fascinate the Viennese people. A unique aspect of this city is the emphasis on learning and Viennese citizens are very much interested in the life long learning process.  Having a very high quality of life allows for the upper, middle, and lower classes of Vienna to thrive academically and to be accepted in various different social spheres that revolve around academia and culture, thus resulting in a culture class.

The Salon, for centuries, has become a place where intellectuals have gathered to share with each other knowledge and culture through discussion. Gertrude Stein’s home became a very popular location for a Salon in Paris in the first half of the 20th century where intellectuals such as Ernest Hemingway and Picasso frequented. Here, academia and culture became the catalyst of a social scene and her Saturday night Salon helped to begin the birth of the now traditional Saturday nightlife.

The Salon enabled the sharing of culture and knowledge in an environment that was playful and did not have the tedious atmosphere of universities, lectures, or museums. The playfulness of these Salons gave culture and academia a posh and trendy association that became part of social scenes.

Through art and performance a playful environment can be created where socializing and indulgence can emerge in a setting that does not lose the intellectual quality of culture. Both the culture class and the social class combine to create a space of excess and intellect.

Both social scenes and cultural scenes fascinate the Viennese people. A unique aspect of this city is the emphasis on learning and Viennese citizens are very much interested in the life long learning process.  Having a very high quality of life allows for the upper, middle, and lower classes of Vienna to thrive academically and to be accepted in various different social spheres that revolve around academia and culture, thus resulting in a culture class.

The Salon, for centuries, has become a place where intellectuals have gathered to share with each other knowledge and culture through discussion. Gertrude Stein’s home became a very popular location for a Salon in Paris in the first half of the 20th century where intellectuals such as Ernest Hemingway and Picasso frequented. Here, academia and culture became the catalyst of a social scene and her Saturday night Salon helped to begin the birth of the now traditional Saturday nightlife.

The Salon enabled the sharing of culture and knowledge in an environment that was playful and did not have the tedious atmosphere of universities, lectures, or museums. The playfulness of these Salons gave culture and academia a posh and trendy association that became part of social scenes.

Through art and performance a playful environment can be created where socializing and indulgence can emerge in a setting that does not lose the intellectual quality of culture. Both the culture class and the social class combine to create a space of excess and intellect.

Both social scenes and cultural scenes fascinate the Viennese people. A unique aspect of this city is the emphasis on learning and Viennese citizens are very much interested in the life long learning process.  Having a very high quality of life allows for the upper, middle, and lower classes of Vienna to thrive academically and to be accepted in various different social spheres that revolve around academia and culture, thus resulting in a culture class.

The Salon, for centuries, has become a place where intellectuals have gathered to share with each other knowledge and culture through discussion. Gertrude Stein’s home became a very popular location for a Salon in Paris in the first half of the 20th century where intellectuals such as Ernest Hemingway and Picasso frequented. Here, academia and culture became the catalyst of a social scene and her Saturday night Salon helped to begin the birth of the now traditional Saturday nightlife.

The Salon enabled the sharing of culture and knowledge in an environment that was playful and did not have the tedious atmosphere of universities, lectures, or museums. The playfulness of these Salons gave culture and academia a posh and trendy association that became part of social scenes.

Through art and performance a playful environment can be created where socializing and indulgence can emerge in a setting that does not lose the intellectual quality of culture. Both the culture class and the social class combine to create a space of excess and intellect.

  Both
 social scenes and cultural scenes fascinate the Viennese people. A 
unique aspect of this city is the emphasis on learning and Viennese 
citizens are very much interested in the life long learning process.  
Having a very high quality of life allows for the upper, middle, and 
lower classes of Vienna to thrive academically and to be accepted in 
various different social spheres that revolve around academia and 
culture, thus resulting in a culture class.         The
 Salon, for centuries, has become a place where intellectuals have 
gathered to share with each other knowledge and culture through 
discussion. Gertrude Stein’s home became a very popular location for a 
Salon in Paris in the first half of the 20th century where intellectuals
 such as Ernest Hemingway and Picasso frequented. Here, academia and 
culture became the catalyst of a social scene and her Saturday night 
Salon helped to begin the birth of the now traditional Saturday 
nightlife.         The
 Salon enabled the sharing of culture and knowledge in an environment 
that was playful and did not have the tedious atmosphere of 
universities, lectures, or museums. The playfulness of these Salons gave
 culture and academia a posh and trendy association that became part of 
social scenes.         Through
 art and performance a playful environment can be created where 
socializing and indulgence can emerge in a setting that does not lose 
the intellectual quality of culture. Both the culture class and the 
social class combine to create a space of excess and intellect.
  Both
 social scenes and cultural scenes fascinate the Viennese people. A 
unique aspect of this city is the emphasis on learning and Viennese 
citizens are very much interested in the life long learning process.  
Having a very high quality of life allows for the upper, middle, and 
lower classes of Vienna to thrive academically and to be accepted in 
various different social spheres that revolve around academia and 
culture, thus resulting in a culture class.         The
 Salon, for centuries, has become a place where intellectuals have 
gathered to share with each other knowledge and culture through 
discussion. Gertrude Stein’s home became a very popular location for a 
Salon in Paris in the first half of the 20th century where intellectuals
 such as Ernest Hemingway and Picasso frequented. Here, academia and 
culture became the catalyst of a social scene and her Saturday night 
Salon helped to begin the birth of the now traditional Saturday 
nightlife.         The
 Salon enabled the sharing of culture and knowledge in an environment 
that was playful and did not have the tedious atmosphere of 
universities, lectures, or museums. The playfulness of these Salons gave
 culture and academia a posh and trendy association that became part of 
social scenes.         Through
 art and performance a playful environment can be created where 
socializing and indulgence can emerge in a setting that does not lose 
the intellectual quality of culture. Both the culture class and the 
social class combine to create a space of excess and intellect.
  Both
 social scenes and cultural scenes fascinate the Viennese people. A 
unique aspect of this city is the emphasis on learning and Viennese 
citizens are very much interested in the life long learning process.  
Having a very high quality of life allows for the upper, middle, and 
lower classes of Vienna to thrive academically and to be accepted in 
various different social spheres that revolve around academia and 
culture, thus resulting in a culture class.         The
 Salon, for centuries, has become a place where intellectuals have 
gathered to share with each other knowledge and culture through 
discussion. Gertrude Stein’s home became a very popular location for a 
Salon in Paris in the first half of the 20th century where intellectuals
 such as Ernest Hemingway and Picasso frequented. Here, academia and 
culture became the catalyst of a social scene and her Saturday night 
Salon helped to begin the birth of the now traditional Saturday 
nightlife.         The
 Salon enabled the sharing of culture and knowledge in an environment 
that was playful and did not have the tedious atmosphere of 
universities, lectures, or museums. The playfulness of these Salons gave
 culture and academia a posh and trendy association that became part of 
social scenes.         Through
 art and performance a playful environment can be created where 
socializing and indulgence can emerge in a setting that does not lose 
the intellectual quality of culture. Both the culture class and the 
social class combine to create a space of excess and intellect.