Following is a look at several things this week, we adored.

Above: having a week dedicated to colour developing, we have our eye by Susan Connor made just for The Retailer House. See Brooklyn Hand-Printed Pillows and Throws to find out about the textile artist. 
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The New York Times sits down with all the guy behind Kaufmann Mercantile.

Above: look Damien Hirst’s new gallery. Photo  
Here are eight bedrooms that double  
From periwinkle pink and tile counters into a midcentury contemporary master toilet. & nbsp;

Above: Weekend job: Make your personal wooden door mat. Photo by Steph Hung
We’d be delighted to fold garments in these laundry rooms. 
&nbsp is mesmerized by Tracie Cheng’s delicate line drawings.;

Above: Could this be the world’s most fashionable kitten bed? 
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Above: Our latest Instagram fixation is NYC-based design studio Bower (@bowernyc).

Above: to get a small creative inspiration, we are following Sydney blogger nbsp & Jenna Rowe’s Art board;

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Ever wonder why decorators, designers and stylists are with fecal matters? Since they do you anticipate by serving multiple functions in just about any space in your home. Keep reading to understand why a lot of photo-perfect houses incorporate two or a tiny stool — and your house should also.

San Francisco photographer Leslie Williamson focuses on getting the nuanced houses of designers, architects, and midcentury artists; her two novels, Handcrafted Modern: At Home with contemporary Originals and Midcentury Designers: At Home with Midcentury Designers that are European, are immediate classics. So that it is unsurprising that she lives in a nostalgia-load 1960s Joseph Eichler home in SF, hidden until now. When she was approached by our buddies she called on Brian Ferry, a Brooklyn photographer known for his cozy work.
“I have respected Leslie’s work to get quite a while and she is had a huge effect on my own, personal photography,” Brian says. “No one has photographed Leslie’s house for a characteristic before so I was honored that she’d decided to let me do it. I felt a duty to get Leslie and her inside with susceptibility and emotion, in a way she’s done a lot of times in her career.”
See the complete attribute by Brian Ferry with photography and composing by Laura Spencer King.

Above: Slanting sun. “The day was bright and sunny, a rarity in the region of San Francisco where Leslie dwells, and so I took that as a great signal,” Brian says.

Above: “The things the rarity gather all have storylines and are from my children, both my genetic and selected families,” Leslie tells FvF. “These matters are deeply rooted in telling the story of my life.”

Above: A fiber art wall hanging above a couch that is midcentury. “The home is a Joseph Eichler, also it had been constructed in the 1960s,” Leslie tells FvF. “I’ve been residing here for about ten years. Believe it or not believe it, Leslie located it on Craigslist.” Eichlers are known for my family’s plans, touch interior wood paneling, and humble scale (for a revamped example, visit Reader Rehab: Eichler that is Respectful Remodel in Marin).

Above: A Marimekko wall hanging.

Above: Leslie got in a quiet minute. “I constantly feel somewhat anxious before a shoot no matter who I am shooting,” Brian says. “For this one, it is possible to picture how Brian felt. Brian had been shooting an interior portrait of among my photography heroes, a girl that has made iconic pictures of the precise subject matter.”

Above: A single wall that is shadowy sets off an assortment of inherited things in the bedroom and located.

Above: An artful bedside tableau: a wall-mounted framed feathers table, along with a beveled mirror.

Above: In a guest room using a daybed, a piece of leather functions as a table.

Above: Williamson’s work place features a chalkboard for a classic coat rack as well as lists.

Above: the outside space is defined by A set of wicker chairs and potted plants.
Thinking about knowing more about Leslie’s novels? See our post Modern Originals: Handcrafted Contemporary: At Home with Midcentury Designers;and At Home with Midcentury European Designers&nbsp. To see a Brooklyn inside photographed visit Designer Lena Corwin at Home.
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In this week’s version of Design News, the inaugural Chicago Architecture Biennial starts this weekend, the Royal College of Art gets press that is unwanted, and an Austrian design studio pictures the kitchen of the future.
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Above: Austrian studio Chmara.Rosinke partnered with other Viennese designers on its Cucina Futurista 2.0 display at Vienna Design Week. Read more.
Inaugural Chicago Architecture Biennial Started on Saturday

Previously: A lakefront kiosk by DM Studio. 
Festivities for the first Chicago Architecture Biennial–the only architecture biennial in North America–kicked off yesterday, October 3, at the Chicago Cultural Center (the Chicago Tribune calls it “a sprawling, captivating mixed bag”). Highlights contain four lakefront kiosks commissioned to augment Chicago parks; competitors chose one kiosk, as well as another three are contributions from Chicago architecture schools. All will be in Millennium Park on display. Read more at Crain’s. 
Airbnb Purchases Russian Industrial Design Company

Preceding: the iPhone-conncted of Lapka external detector. Picture via Fast Company. 
Airbnb purchased Russian industrial design company Lapka, a five-man kit whose products incorporate an iPhone and a minimalist breathalyzer – air quality detector that was compatible. Why? Quick Business is estimating that as the $24 billion room-rental program intends to enlarge its reach in the travel business, apparatus may be in order: perhaps check in key locks that are branded or detectors. Read it
Royal College of Art

Preceding: The Royal College of Art’s Design Interactions studio. Picture via RCA. 
London’s Royal College of Art–named the planet ‘s top art and design school before this season by ranks group QS–has suspended entries to its Design Interactions focus after several senior staff members departed before this year as well as the school did not replace them in time. The cancellation has brought farther unflattering reports, including one of an open pupil letter lamenting the “unwanted deterioration of instruction” in the institution, a quiet student demonstration on school spending in May, and apparently high speeds of senior staff employee turnover. Read The Independent as well as it at Dezeen .  
Herzog & de Meuron Unveil New Vancouver Art Gallery

Above: The building’s lower levels while the upper levels use glazing to frame select city views are nearly totally clear. 
Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron released renderings of the Vancouver Art Gallery that is new, to be developed on the final plot of empty property in downtown Vancouver. The design resembles a tower of wooden blocks that are stacked, with lowrise degrees close to the road and taller and broader blocks top up. Previous jobs by the Pritzker Prize winners range from the De Young Museum in San Francisco, Prada Tokyo, along with the Tate Modern. Read it
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German architect Egon Eiermann (1904-1970) isn’t as well known as other midcentury designers including Eero Saarinen or Arne Jacobsen, however he should be. His versatile piling SE 68 SU chair, made for orchestral chairs, is a midcentury classic, favored by the European design cognoscenti for both commercial and national use. Created by German business Wilde + Spieth since the 1970s, the seat can be found in an assortment of spots as well as shades, including a unique version featuring shades drawn in the Le Corbusier palette.

Previously: The Eiermann seat in the Wild + Speith showroom on display.

Above L: The Eiermann Chair SE 68 SU, made by Wild + Speith in Germany, is obtainable in four colours drawn in the Le Corbusier colour palette (blue, green, yellow, and grey) and is $590 from Ambient Direct.

   
Preceding: A green stained Eiermann Chair SE 68 and desk in the Copenhagen home office of graphic designer Tanja Vibe; picture by Line T. Klein via French by Fantasy.

Previously: The versatile Eiermann Table is made by German business Richard Lampert and is for sale in a variety of sizes from Ambient Direct; costs begin at $537 for the 180-by-90cm size (about 70 by 35 inches). It is accessible with a chrome or black powder coated framework and using various surfaces. 

Preceding: The Eiermann table functions as a dining table; picture via Hvor Kragerne Vender.

Preceding: The Eiermann Chair SE 68 SU using a black framework in a blue spot; it is also accessible beech, black-stained beech, dark green- lacquered oak, stained beech, lacquered teak, lacquered ash, and white painted. The framework can be found in matte chrome, chrome, or black powder-coated chrome.

Above: The Eiermann Stool can be found in an assortment of spots.
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Grohe faucets have been decided as favorites by Remodelista architects and designers, and are famous due to their outstanding quality and innovation. (View recent accolades for the Grohe Concetto and Minta Touch kitchen faucets.) Grohe has added a brand new faucet the Eurocube Semi-Professional Kitchen Faucet, started in August. The concept supporting the faucet is not complex: to join utility that is professional using a minimalist aesthetic that is cubic.
Eurocube is the sole kitchen faucet with the all-block layout, down to the facial skin of the aerosol. The faucet provides a strong yet flexible pullout alloy aerosol as well as a rocking chair-diverter to provide total water flow and cleaning aerosol. The aerosol face features the SpeedClean technology of Grohe, so all that is needed to get rid of spots that are lime is an instant wipe of a towel. The faucet arm swivels 360 degrees, meaning Eurocube utilized to fill pots or may be controlled with one hand. Grohe’s patented SilkMove ceramic cartridge ensures effortless precision and the smoothest handling. The  nbsp & StarLight;finish fixes a scrape-free surface–for a life. 
Above:  nbsp & The;Eurocube Semi Professional Kitchen Faucet comes in two finishes:  &nbsp and Supersteel Infinity; nbsp.& Starlight Chrome;

Above: Eurocube is all the sole kitchen faucet using a modern -block layout lever, on the faucet foundation, and aerosol. The edges of the aerosol handle are somewhat rounded for comfort.

Above: Grohe is particularly pleased with its SilkMove ceramic cartridge process, which ensures a lifetime of easy motion on levers to control water and temperature flow. Particularly essential for hands and arthritic hands that tire from hours of cooking homework,  nbsp & SilkMove prevents; jerky motions or caught levers in the Eurocube Semi-Professional Kitchen Faucet.

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