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Above: We spent the week touring low-impact spaces; here’s a glimpse from this week’s Low Energy House: 10 Ideas to Steal from an Eco-Conscious Retrofit of a 1907 Townhouse. Photography by Christian Brailey, courtesy of Architecture for London.
In case you missed it: our newest book is out now! Find
everywhere books are sold. Remodelista: The Low-Impact Home Longtime friend and Remodelista favorite Diane Keaton is launching Elements, a new line of textiles with
S. Harris, with elevated basics in cottons, linens, bouclés, and wools; stay tuned. To celebrate a decade of
Sharktooth, take 10 percent off everything in store and online this weekend with code HBD (and browse their limited-edition overdyed quilts, too). Muuto is now available in the US and Canada thanks to their
just-launched North American online shop. Londoners, drop by
BDDW’s Weenie Roast for the promise of drinks, hot dogs, and archery; 6 p.m. on Monday, October 10 at 50 Vyner Street in Bethnal Green. And make a stop at
Balineum‘s first-ever retail shop, now open at Flat 1, 3 Netherhall Gardens, London, by appointment only on weekdays. (And for more on the outfit’s offerings, see our post Wayne Pate’s New Painterly Tile Collection for Balineum.) Admiring
Atrio, the new shop (online and in LA) by Jeremiah Brent. We like “Weaving Lessons” by
Fili, a line of rattan forms handmade in Bicol in the Philippines, birthplace of founder and designer Julia Villamonte. The collection is also available via The Primary Essentials.
Marc Chagall’s Catskills cabin is on the market. And take a virtual walk through
this writer’s city garden, brimming with dahlias. Heading to
Field + Supply this weekend? Tag us on Instagram (@remodelista) with your design discoveries.