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Current Obsessions: Across the Pond

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Current Obsessions: Across the Pond

September 30, 2017

At the end of our British Design issue and on the eve of October, we have our eyes on studio dinners in Copenhagen, a new line from a French designer, and more. Here’s a look.

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Above: Brooklyn-based Primary Essentials is opening a shop in Manhattan on Wednesday (and launching a new home accessories line, featuring makers from Brooklyn, Oaxaca, Marrakech, and India). Check it out: 3 Centre Market Place in NoLIta. (And for a look inside the founder’s Brooklyn home, see Kitchen of the Week: A Young Couple’s Brooklyn Kitchen Reinvented.)

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  • This week’s Instagram quiz: Are these floors chevron or herringbone? Leave your guess in the Comments (and head to Remodeling 101: The Difference Between Chevron and Herringbone Patterns for the answer).
  • Poring over the work of recently departed designer Jim Walrod, whose singular, quirky style graced shops, restaurants, hotels, and residential interiors across the city. Walrod worked with Sean MacPherson and Eric Goode, among others, and designed the penthouse of Hester Diamond, mother of Mike D of the Beastie Boys. (He also worked on the Downtown Standard in Los Angeles and designed the Steven Alan Annex shops in Manhattan.)
  • And some weekend reading: Notes on Developing Style with designer Cassandra Ellis.

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