From an expansive Portuguese farmhouse to a noteworthy sale, here’s a look at what we’re admiring this week.
Above: Ceramics artist Maria Moyer is presenting a new series of her carved porcelain pieces treated with cobalt. Describing her work as exploring “the tension of opposites,” Moyer is showing her pieces at Tiina the Store Gallery, as part of the Dosa installation, through the end of this month (they’re also available at BDDW and March).
- Modernica is offering customers 15 percent off their remaining stock of George Nelson Bubble Lamps through August 31 while supplies last.
- An acclaimed design guru makes her own mark.
Above: On our destination list: São Lourenço do Barrocal, a newly opened hotel in Portugal’s eastern Monsaraz region with an air of understated luxury. Situated on nearly 2,000 acres, the space is housed in 200-year-old farm estate and includes a hotel, restaurant, bar, and spa. Photograph by Nelson Garrido, courtesy of São Lourenço do Barrocal.
- A first look at the new Tartine Manufactory in Heath Ceramics’ SF headquarters.
- Nine tips for changing up your home’s interiors.
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Above: Whether he’s shooting interiors that are traditional or modern, photographer Felix Forest always manages to capture the most flattering proportions, texture, and light in his lifestyle photos (@felix_forest).
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