Maybe it's because we've been spending time with Louesa Roebuck, SF's renegade florist (she draped the Heath factory in bay laurel at Saturday's Remodelista Holiday Market), but lately we're obsessing about greenery draped chandeliers. Here are a few we like.
Brit expat Maxine Gilbert and her surfer/chef husband, John Gilbert, owners of the Parkside Cafe in Stinson Beach, in Marin, California, enjoy a nontraditional approach to Thanksgiving: Think oysters, a stroll on the beach, a wood-burning fire, and, yes, a feast with friends and family. We asked them to share their tips on how to celebrate the day in a California-casual way.
An architect and graphic designer couple spent weekends for two years transforming a derelict shed they call the Humpy into their weekend escape from Melbourne. Take a look at their creation, a compact, off-the-grid plywood cocoon that we discovered via Freunde von Freunden.
This week in the world of architecture and design, Santiago Calatrava's World Trade Center transit hub draws more ire, the market for highest-end furniture is robust, and the theory behind disk-shaped office buildings.