Current Obsessions: Out of Thin Air
From a high-performance home in Maine to a Honolulu penthouse, here’s what we’ve been admiring this week.
Above: In the latest issue of Est Magazine, Sydney-based design studio Arent & Pyke lends its clean, airy aesthetic to a California bungalow. Photograph by Felix Forest.
- Ikea’s remodeled restaurants beg the question: Do we need reservations?
Above: Architect and design consultant Cecilia Pirani has reimagined the ubiquitous Guatemalan tote in a variety of shapes and subtle colors.
- These stone sculptures reveal monumental architecture at a micro scale.
- Inside the boho paradise of entrepreneur Josie Maran.
Above: Architectural and construction firm Go Logic has completed this high-performance home in Freeport, Maine, that offers expansive views of the surrounding forest. Photograph by Trent Bell.
- A radical 1960s architecture collective that made history but no buildings.
- Over on Gardenista: eight tips for a meadow garden.
Above: LA design practice Scout Regalia designed this penthouse in Honolulu to be streamlined and modern with touches of warm materials and custom-made pieces. Photograph by Laura Joliet.
- From the innovative to the obscure: highlights from Milan Design Week.
- Five prefab tiny houses, ready to order.
Our Latest Instagram and Pinterest Obsessions
Above: We’ve loved Everlane’s “modern basics” and “radical transparency” for several years now, which is why we’re keen on staying current with the clothing studio’s recent projects (@everlane).