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Above: During the London Design Festival, The Cold Press Gallery is exhibiting works by Yoko Ozawa (on view until September 22). For a tour of the gallery, go to A Stable for Artists: The Cold Press Gallery in Norfolk. Our own architecture/design editor Margot Guralnick has a sideline: her Instagram account, Dog Walk Diary, is a daily meditation on the plant life that surrounds us. Online gallery 20×200 took notice, and now you can buy Margot’s work (printed on museum quality 100 percent cotton rag paper). Remodelista co-founders Julie and Francesca recently spent a week in Paris for Maison & Objet; stay tuned for our report. Looking forward to the debut cookbook from Apollonia Poilâne, the third generation baker from Poilâne bakery: . Poilâne: The Secrets of the World-Famous Bread Bakery Also, to Aran Goyoaga’s new cookbook, Cannelle et Vanille: Nourishing Gluten-Free Recipes for Every Meal and Mood, in stores September 24. ( See Fan’s post: Kitchen of the Week: Seattle Cookbook Author Aran Goyoaga’s Under-Budget Kitchen Remodel). Only a few more days to shop the Fattobene pop-up at the MoMA Design Store in SoHo, NYC (it’s open until September 29). We’re coveting the Gio Ponti ceramic tiles. Celebrating the 10th anniversary of Rough Linen: free dryer balls for all (we swear by them) included with orders over $150. In celebrity real estate: Philip Roth’s Connecticut House is up for sale and Kanye West’s Claudio Silvestrin-designed Soho loft just hit the market. Fan’s admiring Roman and Williams anti-landscaping landscape ( A Garden Runs Delightfully Amok in Montauk). Speaking of Roman and Williams, English ceramic artist Martin Pearce will be exhibiting more than 30 new pieces at RW Guild in NYC from September 19th through October 3rd. Margot notes that after 16 years on Crosby Street in NYC, De Vera, the magical antiques/religious art/jewelry emporium, has new quarters in Chelsea, at 540 West 28th Street. Open until September 28th; a pop-up featuring the work of Remodelista favorite Haptic Labs: 287 Third Avenue in Gowanus, Brooklyn.