Thursday, September 29, 2016
This week's links. Enjoy.
A Garden Sanctuary of Medieval Magic
Landscape designers Isabel and Julian Bannerman have transformed the land surrounding their coastal 11th century English home with acres of flowers. Stunning.
The Artist and Their Alley, in Post War France
From T Magazine: "From Brancusi to Ernst to Klein, the greatest painters and sculptors of the time once lived and worked together, sharing beds, a single toilet and their creative brilliance." How a nondescript Montparnasse backstreet was a hive of creativity in mid century Paris.
Fruit Bus Stops
Fun post on Travel and Leisure of bus stops in Japan made to look like giant fruit. Morning commutes would definitely be more cheerful if you waited under a huge strawberry.
Favourite Local Bakeries Around the World
And while we're hanging out with Travel and Leisure, here's their picks for the favourite bakeries around the world. A delectable form of armchair travel, for sure.
Italian Glam Slam
Inspired by "The Glamour of Italian Fashion" exhibition currently on at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, Vogue shares archival photos of stylish and creative Italian women — designers, actors, artists and more.
A Maker of Miniature Midcentury Furniture Talks All Things Tiny
Former industrial designer Michael Yurkovic discusses with Curbed his theory of why we love tiny things.
Perfect comfort food for supper in these cooler fall evenings, this recipe for Eggplant Parmesan is one of Bon Appétit's classics.
(photo: rainy london via here)