Thursday, November 05, 2015
This week's links. Enjoy.
Take a tour of a minimalist modern house in Madrid by Bojaus Arquitectura — love all the intriguing angles, and the natural light throughout (that's a corner of it in today's Sweetness and Light post above).
5 Famous Chefs Show Off the Inside of Their Fridges
It's always fascinating to see what other people eat at home, and a new book called Inside Chefs' Fridges takes this to the next level, profiling 40 top European chefs alongside the contents of their refrigerators. Here's a peek at 5 of them.
The 12 Best Hotels for Book Lovers
Have a look at 12 hotels that take a love of literature to the next level, with book-themed rooms, well-stocked libraries and other bibliophile-friendly features.
Tate Modern Artists Timeline
This is cool — the Tate Modern in London has a massive 130-foot timeline of the history of modern art on a concourse wall, created by illustrator Sara Fanelli. If you can't make it to the Tate in person, you can follow the link to watch the timeline play out on video.
The Last Diners of New York City
Lovely, bittersweet ode to the last of the real, stand-alone diners of NYC. Visit them while you can.
Vogue's Ultimate Red Lipsticks
Vogue picks 10 of the best dark red, matte and deep red lipsticks — one or two of these classic shades is sure to be a perfect match for you.
The Evolution of James Bond's Gadgets
Fun infographic by UK-based website MyOffers that covers every single gadget that Q ever invented for James Bond, from the high tech clothing, to the cars and the deadly watches. Perfect refresher before checking out the new Bond movie.
A rustic French tart that's really a free form pie — easy to make and a lovely way to enjoy the season's apples (or pears!).
(photo by j. ingerstedt)