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Current Obsessions: Life on Display

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Current Obsessions: Life on Display

August 9, 2014

Here’s a look at what’s on our radar this week.

Current Obsessions Life on Display Perfect for summer: washed linen pillowcases. Photograph courtesy of Rowen and Wren. 
Above: Perfect for summer: washed linen pillowcases. Photograph courtesy of Rowen and Wren. 
  • Jaime Derringer of Design Milk walks us through her guest room makeover.
  • A look at Isaac Mizrahi’s surprisingly restrained Greenwich Village apartment.
  • Nowness celebrates five decades of Richard Meier’s work in an exclusive interview with the architect.
  • If you’re in San Francisco this weekend, head to Fort Mason for the American Craft Council Show. More than 250 makers and artists will be selling their wares August 9 and 10.
  • The Chamber of Curiosity, a new book by German publisher Gestalten, is about compelling apartments around the world.
  • News for millennials: These 10 cities are the best places for you to buy a home.
  • A fascinating infographic about how the world’s most creative people schedule their days.
  • In anticipation of our upcoming Down Under issue, we look at Melbourne artist Saskia Folk, who recently displayed her work in her own home as a part of the Melbourne Art Fair.
  • Above: Interior designer Schuyler Samperton talks with Lonny about her work and style (we’re flattered that she names Remodelista as one of her favorite design blogs).Ryan Gosling wallpaper? We’re on board.

To see more from the week on Remodelista, go to Patterns and Prints—and have a look at Gardenista’s Patterns and Prints issue, too.

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