Here’s a look at what we’ve been admiring lately.
Above: After a one month closure the Café Mollien in Paris reopened its doors this summer. French designer Mathieu Lehanneur renovated the monumental space located in the Denon Wing of the Louvre Museum to include brushed-brass, acrylic lighting structures that complement the marble floors and high ceilings. Photo courtesy of Michel Giesbrecht.
- A first look at Commune’s West Elm collection.
- What are tiny houses really saying about architecture?
Above: Over on Gardenista: Milkweed Flower Cordial
Above: We’re hiring! Remodelista is seeking an intern to assist the editorial team in researching and securing imagery from architecture and design firms. The position starts immediately and involves 20 to 40 hours per week through the end of August with the possibility for continued part-time work during the fall. Further details and application requirements can be found here.
Our Latest Instagram Obsession
Above: As long admirers of Michael DePerno, co-founder of the iconic NYC design store Hope & Wilder, we’re keen on seeing the latest updates from his newest store Plain Goods (@plaingoodshop).
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