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Current Obsessions: Design by Night


Current Obsessions: Design by Night

October 27, 2018

A new Rome shop designed by a film director, a must-see exhibit in Paris, and more to know about this weekend. Take note:

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Above: Vertigo, Copenhagen style: see Mastering Warm Minimalism: Ilse Crawford in Copenhagen.
  • Fan made a guest appearance in the blog “I Want to Be Her;” read all about it here.
  • Going on this weekend at Alder East in Germantown, NY: a pop-up featuring Karu home textiles, cult favorite Sabah shoes, and Scribe wines. Get all the info here.
  • Margot is planning a late-fall trip to Paris. On her list? A showcase of the great Italian designer, Tutto Ponti, that opened on Oct. 19 at the Musée des Arts Decoratifs, up through Feb. 10.
  • New Yorkers can finally test out Detroit-based flat-pack furniture company Floyd’s offerings in person at their just-opened Soho apartment, open for the next month. Plus, they’ll be offering a slew of free panel and events, from how to make a rental feel like home to mixology classes.
  • When in Rome: an Aesop shop designed by the director of Call Me By Your Name.
  • Now open in LA: St. Frank’s newest brick and mortar location.
  • And new from Bole Road Textiles: a covetable bath collection.
  • We first spotted CA-based antiques shop Obsolete way back in 2008; now, they have a new shop, Saved, in Culver City, featuring their cashmere collections.
  • And, Dinesen has a new showroom in Aarhus, Denmark, designed by Studio David Thulstrup (you might know them from Noma’s new interiors). Also in the space: cabinetmakers Garde Hvalsøe and an archival space for architects and designers.
  • Quintessential English kitchen company deVol—a longstanding Remodelista favorite—is getting ready to make its stateside debut. Stay tuned.
  • 15 storage finds from Schoolhouse, all under $50.
  • And, 7 haunted houseplants, dressed to kill for Halloween.

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