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Current Obsessions: The Home Front

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Current Obsessions: The Home Front

February 16, 2020
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Above: Margot notes that florist design studio Fox Fodder Farm opens a new 1,800-square-foot retail and workshop space this weekend in Williamsburg (address is 45 South 4th Street).
  • Fan is admiring Nigerian-born fashion designer Duro Olowu’s new collection of graphically patterned furnishing fabrics for Soane Britain, launching March 2nd.
  • World’s most beautiful salad bowl?
  • The new Casa Perfect LA opens this weekend, in conjunction with Frieze Los Angeles, in a Trousdale Estates home designed by Raul F. Garduno in 1971. On view: an exhibition of new works from the Wonky collection by artist Matthew Day Jackson.
  •  On Margot’s bookshelf: Phaidon’s newly released Where Architects Sleep: The Most Stylish Hotels in the World. According to Phaidon, it’s “The definitive global hotel guide by the real experts who know—architects.”
  • Whenever architect Vincent Van Duysen makes a move we take notice, so we were interested to see that he’s just unveiled his first ever winery design for Valke Vleug in Puurs, Belgium.

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