It’s that lovely time of year, when summer fun is wrapping up, and we transition into fall and new beginnings. So, like much of New York, our blog is taking a little break – on hiatus until after Labor day.
While we’re away, we hope to get some much-needed reading done. We have a few recommendations if you can do the same… Gorgeous global interiors are revealed in Taschen’s 100 Interiors Around the World. A new book explores the overlooked world of roadside architecture in England, “intent on encouraging discovery and investigation of the infrastructure and landscape it traverses.” And Joshua Glenn and the NYTimes’ Rob Walker give new life to quirky, sometimes useless objects in Significant Objects.
(Image by Akos Major)