From a genius form of reuse in Copenhagen to a Greek island respite, here’s what we’ve been inspired by this week.
- American tradition meets midcentury Scandinavian in the capital.
- A floating solution to Copenhagen’s growing student housing demand.
- The London Design Medal winner on the symbolism of the capital’s newest museum.
Above: Currently coveting: glazed ceramic bowls by Copenhagen-based Studio Arhoj. In creating his collection, founder Anders Arjoj draws inspiration from Scandinavian simplicity and traditional Japanese culture. Photo courtesy of Studio Arhoj.
- Planning a fall dinner party? Four Michelin-star recipes to consider.
- The world’s most glamorous light bulb––version 003.
- A bathroom renovation tip that saves time––and money.
Above: Our new book, Gardenista: The Definitive Guide to Outdoor Spaces, is launching in less than a month. For two years editor Michelle Slatalla worked behind the scenes with photograph Matthew William to capture an array of verdant spaces and curate favorite everyday objects and DIY projects. Order your signed copy today from Terrain.
- It’s time for an autumn clean.
- This weekend marks the last chance to see the 2016 Sunset Bay Area California Idea House. Tickets can be purchased on site during tour hours or here.
Our Latest Instagram Obsession
Above: We’re always keen on seeing what Katie Hackworth, one half of the design duo behind H2 Design + Build, has in the works (@katiehackworth).
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