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Mondrian

Piet . 1872--1944, Dutch painter, noted esp as an exponent of the abstract art movement De Stijl
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The Company's managed hotels in London are non-comparable between 2015 and 2014 due to major renovations at Sanderson and St Martins Lane in 2014 and 2015, which are now complete, as well as the opening of Mondrian London on September 30, 2014.
Certainly with both those brands, specially the Mondrian - it's more of an Urban brand, it can be in more markets.
Mondrian Doha will buzz with the instant gratification, the perfect provocative moment, perpetual possibility and confident cool that Mondrian is known for worldwide.
We decided Equipos was the best fit for Mondrian from both a business and a technical perspective," commented Mr Shirvell.
Mondrian design is a grid of black and white lines with occasional squares of colour and for Mondrian purists, the inserts must be of the three primary colours, red, blue and yellow.
It was in Paris in 1912 that Piet Mondriaan dropped an 'a' from his surname when he signed a work and became the Mondrian that we know.
Crafted in yellow, rose and white gold, set with diamonds and South Sea pearls the Mondrian collection is inspired by the works of acclaimed Dutch abstract painter Piet Mondrian, famous for painting squares in a spare, precise and geometric manner.
Mumbai, March 31 (ANI):Taking inspiration from Dutch artist Piet Mondrian,Indian fashion designer Wendell Rodricks presented a collection of some eye catching casual wear for women at the ongoing Lakme Fashion Week in Mumbai on Monday.
In her analysis of this connection, Re nevertheless pits Mondrian against Benedetta.
Guests and staff said it was clear the mum-of-two had not been to bed and was wearing clothes from the night before when she turned up at the Mondrian the morning after her infamous head-shaving episode.
As an adult, Mondrian lived on and off in the Netherlands and Paris.
ART HISTORY Piet Mondrian (1872-1944) was born in Amersfoort, Nether lands.