From tips for keeping cool to surf shacks around the globe, here’s what we’ve had our eye on this week.
- If you’re in San Francisco, stop by March for a show of artist Hojat Amani’s Persian still life paintings, running through September 28.
- Meredith is admiring this restaurant in a 17th-century castle in Germany, over on Dezeen.
- Adding a little levity to laundry day: Justine likes these painted clothespins by artist Molly Martin.
- Inspired by last week’s post on a reinvigorated summer bungalow community in the Catskills, Annie is browsing photographer Marisa Schienfeld’s photographs of abandoned summer resorts.
- Heading into our Indoor/Outdoor Kitchen week, Margot’s liking Surf Shacks, surfer blog Indoek’s recently published compilation of where the “creative surf community calls home,” from NYC to Southern Cal to Bondi Beach. (Stay tuned for our tour of a Swedish surfer’s guesthouse on Monday.)
- On the market: the oldest brick house in the U.S.
- Inside Mimi Thorisson’s house in Medoc, France, via The Wall Street Journal.
- This week in New York, Alexa swung by Canvas in SoHo for a look at their new fall products (think: gold-dipped pottery, Italian flatware, and short wine glasses).
- Have a favorite Scandinavian interior or project to share? Tip us off: Tag #RMscandinavian and @remodelista on Instagram for a chance to be featured in our feed.
- And you can now submit your own interiors or architecture project directly to the Remodelista editorial team.
- Studio x Viaduct in Copenhagen from interior designer Kirstine Meier Carlsen stocks lamps and furniture from Isamu Noguchi, Alvar Aalto, e15, and Muller van Severen. Visit the shop this summer through fashion week for a pop-up with jewelry designer Sophie Bille Brahe and florist Emilie Johanson.
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