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10 Compelling Reasons to Bring the Outdoors In

Above: German-born Juliane Strittmatter collects flowers from her farm in Hässleholm every day from May through October and documents them, along with fruit and vegetables collected (shown here are fresh quince, on Instagram. 4. Getting back to nature can inspire creativity.Richard Louv, author of Last Child in the Woods, coined the term “nature-deficit disorder” to describe a condition that he says results for our lack of communion with living things. He recommends living in and around natural living things, which boosts our creativity, happiness, and health. 5. Consider adding a small tree, a rock garden, or a terrarium to your indoor space.…

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Restoring and Rebuilding the 2019 Idea House

Restoring and Rebuilding the 2019 Idea House 4 × Light-filled Family Room Light-filled Family Room Photo by Cynthia Brown Studio In the family room, the use of multiple structural steel beams allows for a vast, open living space. Two generous windows will flank a flat-screen television, and fill the room with natural light. Casement windows: Sierra Pacific 12 × Restoration Under Way Restoration Under Way Photo by Cynthia Brown Studio The Karp master carpenters are painstakingly stripping and restoring more than a dozen windows, as well as interior and exterior trim, to retain as much of the original home’s history…

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A Vintage Hawaiian Beach Cottage, Restored and Ready for Relaxation

When Brooklyn-based architect Roberto Sosa sent us photos of his renovated farmhouse in upstate New York, we were enamored. Recently we’ve been admiring another project Sosa sent our way, this one nearly 5,000 miles away in Paia, a bohemian surf town on Maui’s wild north coast. Owned by two veterans of the fashion industry, the two 1940s beach cottages—one a traditional Hawaiian plantation cottage, the other a stone carriage house, both surrounded by ancient trees and lush tropical plants—were recently renovated by a team of architects and designers who restored them to their laid-back Hawaiian charm. Today we’re taking a look at the main…

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Current Obsessions: City Weekend

Current Obsessions: City Weekend - RemodelistaIcon - Arrow LeftIcon - Arrow RightIcon - External LinkIcon - MessageIcon - Down ChevronIcon - CloseIcon - Dropdown ArrowIcon - Location PinIcon - Zoom OutIcon - Zoom InIcon - SearchIcon - EmailIcon - FacebookflipboardIcon - InstagramIcon - PinterestIcon - TwitterIcon - Check Mark An icon we use to indicate a rightwards action. An icon we use to indicate a leftwards action. An icon we use to indicate a button link is external. The icon we use to represent an email action. Used to indicate a dropdown. Used to indicate a close action. Used to…

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Antsy Plum: An Architect Revives a Forgotten 1960s Hillside Beauty

I recently came across this midcentury weekend home owned and remodeled by architect Sandra Coppin on The Modern House, and when I couldn’t stop thinking about it, I knew that I had found my next home tour. What captivated me? First, there’s that arresting angular shape. The structure, designed by architect David Levitt in 1962, features a single-sided pitched roof that follows the exact slope of the hillside into which it’s built, resulting in architecture that feels deeply respectful of its environment. Equally impressive is Coppin’s thoughtful resuscitation of the house. When she and her husband purchased it in 2009,…

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11 Times Noguchi Lamps Stole the Spotlight, Plus 5 to Buy

Above: A mini Noguchi elevates the kitchen scene at an architecture firm. Photograph by Matthew Williams for Remodelista, from A Tree Grows in Brooklyn: Fabr Studio in East Williamsburg. Above: A Noguchi ceiling light both  highlights the humble materials used in this tiny plywood-lined beach house. Photograph by Marcia Mihotich, from Two London Creatives Shore Up a Tiny Beach House, Ikea Hack Kitchen Included. Above: A Noguchi table light placed on the floor is an unexpected touch. Photograph by Richard Round-Turner, courtesy of Lisa Jones, from A Star Is Born: A Rehabbed London Maisonette from a Newly Minted Designer, High/Low…

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