Icon - Arrow Left An icon we use to indicate a rightwards action.
Icon - Arrow Right An icon we use to indicate a leftwards action.
Icon - External Link An icon we use to indicate a button link is external.
Icon - Message The icon we use to represent an email action.
Icon - Down Chevron Used to indicate a dropdown.
Icon - Close Used to indicate a close action.
Icon - Dropdown Arrow Used to indicate a dropdown.
Icon - Location Pin Used to showcase a location on a map.
Icon - Zoom Out Used to indicate a zoom out action on a map.
Icon - Zoom In Used to indicate a zoom in action on a map.
Icon - Search Used to indicate a search action.
Icon - Email Used to indicate an emai action.
Icon - Facebook Facebooks brand mark for use in social sharing icons.
Icon - Instagram Instagrams brand mark for use in social sharing icons.
Icon - Pinterest Pinterests brand mark for use in social sharing icons.
Icon - Check Mark A check mark for checkbox buttons.
Above: On our radar: “Hidden Lines,” a new show from Remodelista favorite Spencer Fung, at Francis Gallery in Bath, England; on through November 21, 2020. In this exhibit, Fung displays work created with earth pigments, charcoal, and graphite on vintage recycled and upcycled cotton rag paper (for more, see Slow Architecture: An Elegant, Monochrome Home in London by Spencer Fung and Expert Advice: Thoughts on Designing from Nature with Spencer Fung). Spotted on T Magazine: Smallhold, the first (and only) organic mushroom farm in NYC. Among the display-worthy offerings: everything from pink oysters to lion’s manes. Smallhold installs front-of-house “mini-farms,” where restaurants like Mission Chinese and Bunker Vietnamese grow their own fungi. Margot has been listening to the Trace Material podcast, from the Parsons Healthy Materials Lab, about the history and wonders of hemp as a building material and more. Two new design books we’re looking forward to: Golden Light: The Interior Design of Nickey Kehoe, by LA designers Todd Nickey and Amy Kehoe. For a signed copy, go to Nickey Kehoe. And Decors Barbares: The Enchanting Interiors of Nathalie Farman-Farma, features the layered, lushly patterned interiors of Nathalie Farman-Farma, the London-based designer and proprietor of textile design studio Décors Barbares. Margot notes that the National Trust for Historic Preservation has just released the 2020 list of America’s 11 Most Endangered Historic Places. Designer Sonya Park of Arts & Science has teamed up with Perfumer H on the most elegant Mask First Aid Kit we’ve seen yet.