Signs of spring are everywhere we look. Below, 12 things we spotted this week:
- “What does it mean for an artist to make architecture?” David Adjaye and Frida Escobedo will be in conversation on this topic—and the work of Donald Judd—at The New School’s Tishman Auditorium in NYC, April 4 at 6 p.m. Register (for free) here.
- Just opened—entirely online—via the Eames Institute of Infinite Curiosity: Tables! Tables! Tables!, an exhibit featuring—you guessed it—the Eames’s contributions to table design.
- And in Provence: an exhibit on Andrée Putman, “French female pioneer of the Modernist movement,” according to T mag.
- And new in LA: House of Leon’s first brick and mortar showroom.
- Reports Margot: “Chatsworth in Derbyshire, England—home to 16 generations of the Devonshire family—has just opened Mirror Mirror: Reflections of Design at Chatsworth, including site-specific work by Michael Anastassiades, Faye Toogood, and many others.” Take a look.
- Brooklynites, stop into 124 9th Street, Suite 246, March 31 (12-8 p.m.) and April 1 (12-6 p.m.) for In Common With’s sample sale.
- Not your average basketball hoops.
- And Ikea’s latest collection: Ömsesidig, ft. finds by creators in Mexico, Colombia, and Chile.
- Spring reading: The Cut Flower Sourcebook.
- Annie’s following @thread.the.word, hand embroidery done on fabric odds and ends.
- Coming soon: Fox Fodder Farm’s newly launched online shop.
- And 5 genius gardening tips from none other than TikTok.
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