5 Architecture ‘Experiences’ to Give to Your Loved Ones

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Interior shot of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House in Los Angeles, CA—Photo by Elizabeth Daniels

A recent article on Fast Company makes a strong case for why it’s better to give someone experiences instead of things: an experience tends to produce longer-lasting positive emotions, feel more unique, and create opportunities for bonding. Well, while we’re huge fans of fabulous, highly-giftable products here at Curbed, we’re also inclined to agree that seeing, feeling, and doing something in person is invaluable, especially when it comes to all things architecture and design. So, here now, just barely in time for Christmas but applicable throughout the new year, are a few ideas to get your creative gift-giving juices flowing.

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