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Current Obsessions: High Design, High Living

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Current Obsessions: High Design, High Living

August 13, 2016

This week we discovered a new cafe in The Netherlands and explored the vast compound of an inspiring designer and filmmaker. Here’s a look at what we’ve been admiring.

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Above: On the market: the Cerro Pelon Ranch, designer and filmmaker Tom Ford’s Santa Fe compound. Personally designed and sited by acclaimed architect Tadao Ando, the ranch is set on 20,000 acres and features a main residence, two private guest houses, separate staff residences, and a state-of-the-art horse barn. Photograph courtesy of Kevin Bobolsky Group.

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Above: On our radar: the recently-opened Mica Coffee Bar in North Holland. Photograph courtesy of Mica Coffee Bar.

Our Latest Instagram Obsession

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Above: We’ve been long been admirers of the work of Niels Stroyer of Frama, an interiors and product design studio in Copenhagen. Just like its collection, Frama’s feed focuses on “solid materials with natural finishes and simple geometry” (@framacph).

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