As we revel in the last weeks of summer we’re excited for what the colder months will bring––including the launch of our new book. Read on to learn what we’ve been inspired by this week.
Above: Tokyo designer Ryo Kashiwazaki of Hender Scheme, a brand best known for its raw leather sneakers and footwear, has now expanded into leather wares for the home including bowls, chairs and wall pockets. A show of his new designs has just opened at Nalata Nalata in NYC located at 2 Extra Place. The objects express Kashiwazaki’s talent for handcrafting objects “to age beautifully over time, creating a dynamic appearance based on individual usage.” Photo courtesy of Nalata Nalata.
- A celebrity stylist gains a chic, comfortable office.
- Vintage decor lovers take note.
- An accommodating flat in Kiev with industrial details.
Above: We’ve had our eye on Oddsson Ho(s)tel, a Reykjavik hostel-hotel hybrid that caters to the offbeat and artistic. Design studio Döðlur completed every detail of the look and concept of the eclectic space, down to the furniture. Photo courtesy of Oddssson.
- An idiosyncratic approach to design.
- Light, space and a painter’s dream.
Above: Our new book, Gardenista: The Definitive Guide to Outdoor Spaces, a companion volume to Remodelista: A Manual for the Considered Home, is soon to arrive. Gardenista editor in chief Michelle Slatalla has been working behind the scenes for two years, visiting dozens of gardens with our talented photographer Matthew Williams. The book will be published next month by Artisan Books. Signed copies are available at Terrain; the book is also available for preorder here.
- Reimagining smart affordable housing.
- Inside the Victorian home of a transformative designer.
- With Labor Day behind us, here are 10 ways to prep your home for colder temps.
Our Latest Instagram Obsession
Above: With roots deeply planted in the Swedish design scene, Ancher Design’s feed unveils daily offerings of its interior projects, each one expressive of its Scandi surroundings (@ancherdesign).
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