This weekend, we’re in London, San Francisco, Jackson Hole, New York, the Connecticut coast, and the Cape. Having an urban weekend? Here’s what’s on our radar.
- There’s only one week left to enter the Remodelista Considered Design Awards, for a chance to win a $500 gift card to Schoolhouse and a feature on Remodelista. Take a look at this year’s entries here, then get your photos together and enter. (Have a garden or organization project? Enter on Gardenista or The Organized Home.)
- This weekend in San Francisco: open studios at Hannah Beatrice Quinn, today from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. at 1460 Davidson Ave. And: her broom-making workshops, tomorrow and Wednesday at the Workshop Residence.
- And, now open in Red Hook, Brooklyn: ceramicist Helen Levi’s brick and mortar pop-up.
- Can’t make it to Oaxaca for one of the famed Pocoapoco residencies? From June 26-29, Oaxaca is coming to NYC, thanks to the Mexican Cultural Institute, with a series of evenings all over the city (including De Maria, a Remodelista favorites) about “making, culture, and food.” Tickets here.
- Fan is in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, this weekend, and hoping to stop into Persephone Bakery.
- Ahead of our Midsommer week, we’re eyeing an exhibition celebrating Svenskt Tenn and Josef Frank at the Didrichsen Art Museum in Helsinki.
- And, a forthcoming bedding collection from Danish silversmith Georg Jensen translates workwear to the bed, in collaboration with uniform maker Older Paris.
- New from Block Shop: colored woodblock prints inspired by the Art Deco terrazzo on the streets of LA.
- Also in LA: Hawkins New York’s new shop is officially open at 777 Alameda Street.
- Plus, spotted this week: Buzzfeed’s shout-out of Remodelista: The Organized Home.
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