From a glassware exhibit to DIY spring cleaning, here’s your weekend reading.
- Alexa is admiring from afar: “Superficies,” a solo show by German glass artist Jochen Holz as part of London Craft week, opening at Flow Gallery on May 10, and meant to disrupt the idea of glass as “a material of ultimate perfection.”
- Margot let us know about Material Interiors, an installation from new collective Radnor from a former Future Perfect designer, and featuring new work by Workstead. It’s opening May 1 in a David Chipperfield–designed building on Bryant Park in New York and on view by appointment only. Get more info here.
- Just announced: Ravenwood‘s summer season, with twice monthly farmstands (including select wares from local artisans) and open-air barn dinners.
- Coming up at East Fork, the ceramics and kitchen tools company primed to take over the East Coast: flower arranging workshops for Mother’s Day.
- On view in Jersey City: an exhibit of textiles and prints by Remodelista Market alum Muriel Favaro, May 5 and 6, noon to 6 p.m., at 150 Bay St.
- And, now open: Caroline Hurley’s new showroom in Greenpoint. (Check out our way-back-when post here.)
Elsewhere, on Gardenista and The Organized Home:
- The only four ingredients you need to clean your entire home.
- Ordering: one of these French-made beach tents.
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