With the holiday season around the bend, we’re turning our focus to the kitchen: whip it into shape before the storm. Stay with us this coming week as we explore The Urban Kitchen—discoveries and tips that aren’t just for city dwellers. Meanwhile, for your weekend entertainment, here’s a look at what’s been piquing our interest of late:
- In anticipation of Urban Kitchen week, Christine is taking a look at KUN House in Kyoto by Yoshihiro Yamamoto.
- The easiest way to roast garlic, via Real Simple.
- Our friends at Heath Ceramics are offering Remodelista readers a 30 percent discount on all Adam Silverman books. Enter REMODELISTA30 at checkout.
- Loving the latest issue of Gentlewoman with features on hair brushing and Scottish weaving mills, and an interview with Martha Stewart.
- More Heath-related news: Sarah got an early look at the first works from the Heath Clay Studio tucked upstairs in a light-filled corner of their new San Francisco location. Studio director Tung has created 100 candleholders in different shapes and forms, an exploration in clay. Don’t miss the opening reception next Friday, November 1, at the SF Showroom.
- Baskets on baskets on baskets: our latest Pinboard.
- Admiring the herringbone floors in this Boston townhouse, via Architectural Digest.
- Returning again and again to this project, Annakapelle Schladming, the restoration of a 14th-century cemetery chapel in Styria, Austria, via Architizer.