Have a nice weekend
Sincerely, Le Corbusier.
Now you no longer have to wait to be invited to Blackman Cruz’s dinner party to check out what’s going on in their house…This book takes you inside the fantastic homes of some iconic dealers to see what they ended up keeping for themselves. Published by our friends at Architecture/Interiors Press. Alexander Stütz, Berlin Mady Jourdan, Paris Richard Shapiro, Los Angeles ...
Commune Retreat Part 1
For this year’s annual Commune Retreat, we piled into an 18 passenger van, and headed out to Ojai. Miraculously the van survived the drive along the dirt road, and we were greeted with a delicious farm grown meal prepared by Olivia Chase. After lunch, we put our skills to the test to see who could design a landing vessel that would protect an egg from breaking (using only supplies from the...
Herman Hertzberger's Sketchbooks
The fantastic sketchbooks of the Architect Herman Hertzberger…not you average notepad “Le Corbusier taught us always to have a notebook handy, and once you get into the habit of it, you cannot do without it. In the end it becomes an extra memory. Each notebook comes to be associated with a particular period and however impersonal they are when you buy them, they demand to be...
Louise Bourgeois: Fabric Works
Exquisite fabric drawings by French-American artist and sculptor Louise Bourgeois. We especially love her pieces incorporating mattress ticking fabric; they remind us of our new Ticking Table Linens designed to compliment Heath Ceramics’ beautiful glazes. Ticking Table Linens available for purchase at our online shop.
Bread & Puppet Theater
Hidden in the picturesque hills of northern Vermont, lies the politically radical, pro-Earth, Bread & Puppet Theater. Originally founded in New York City in 1963 by Peter Schumann, the theater gained it’s name from Peter’s habit of serving fresh baked bread to his audiences. Bread and Puppet productions are often remembered as an integral part of the political spectacle during the...