Thursday, September 24, 2015
This week's links. Enjoy.
Modern in Melbourne
Take a tour of a recent project by interior designer Fiona Lynch, a lovely Australian home in a restrained modern style brightened with glam notes. Wonderful.
The Queen of Couture
Fascinating profile in Harper's Bazaar of Jacqueline de Ribes, countess and doyenne of French chic, who is being honoured with an upcoming retrospective at the Costume Center at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. What a life!
The World's Most Beautiful Bookshops
AnOther Magazine visits seven of the world's most beautiful and intriguing bookshops, from a haunted house in New Orleans to a spectacular Argentinian theatre. Stunning.
The Sound of the Forest
This is wonderful — students at the Estonian Academy recently built Forest Megaphones, 10-foot-wide wooden megaphones installed in the Estonian forest on the edges of clearings. Stand inside the clearing, and the megaphones direct the ambient sounds around you to where you stand, heightening your experience of the nature surrounding you. Lovely idea.
Swiss Style: The Principles, the Typefaces and the Designers
Excellent Print Magazine article about the International Typographic Style (commonly known as 'Swiss Style'), with gorgeous graphics to illustrate it. Love the band posters rendered in this style.
A Tune With a View
What do songwriters look to for inspiration? Writer David Hepworth asks 11 songwriters about how they find their muse.
One-Pot Chicken Cacciatore
Start fall on a cosy note with this warming one-pot version of a classic dish from Food52.
(photo: vlakbij de molen)