Eames House Preservation Efforts; Aguilera May Have Sold

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NYC—Do check out The New Traditionalists' Winter Showroom Warehouse sale, offering chairs, side tables, and other furnishings up to 75 percent off through the end of the month. A look at the inventory, right this way. [CurbedWire Inbox]

LOS ANGELES—Lovers of midcentury architecture, take note: the Eames Foundation has launched a campaign to finance a 250-year preservation plan for the Eames House, the landmark home where designers Ray and Charles Eames lived at the pinnacle of their formidable career. The foundation is offering limited-edition prints "inspired by Eames designs" for $75 through the official site; funds will help conserve and restore damaged items, seal the envelope of the house, conduct an inventory of its contents, and other such efforts. [CurbedWire Inbox]

BEVERLY HILLS, CALIF.—After nearly two years on the market, Christina Aguilera may have finally sold her very pink manse, which has held steadfast in its $13.5M ask all this time. The Real Estalker notices the property's status has recently changed from "active" to "pending," which means someone else will finally be bask beneath enormous red chandeliers. [previously; The Real Estalker]

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