As we wrap up our Urban Eclectic issue, here are a few finds and goings-on, including virtual museum tours, pop-up shops, and more:
- This week in the world of urban development rumors: The Even Higher Line?
- Spotted via T magazine: Beverly’s NYC, an opening-now, two-months-only pop-up general store at 22 Ludlow Street; check back here for good-looking household essentials.
- We’re eagerly awaiting the release of Home Farm Cooking by husband and wife architectural designer John Pawson and designer Catherine Pawson, with 100 favorite and glimpses of their own home in the English countryside, out this month. (Pre-order here.)
- Your indoor weekend pastime: Margot let us know that The Louvre recently made public a digitized archive of 480,000+ works of art—so you can now view the museum’s entire collection (including pieces not currently on view) online, no flight to Paris necessary.
- And Fan is eager to check out Alexander Calder: Modern From the Start, now on at MoMA.
- Everything you need to know about this “hipster houseplant.”
- Plus: a tiny Parisian flat with effortlessly chic style (and storage).