House & Home Roundup: ? pts
Inspired by last week’s comments (We believe the words “rat’s ass” were used), we have decided to not only refrain from rating H&H, but to let you rate it. Therefore, if you are an H&H buff and read it from cover to cover or link to link, jump in and let the Grey Lady know what you think. (Rating at bottom.
AT says: In another so-so week, Edwina Von Gal’s work in Panama gets top billing (love), the Milan Furniture Fair gets put on the back skids page (tell us more!) and born again Christianity sneaks into our pages with a report on St. Joseph’s positive affect on home sales (Here comes Kansas). MGR
- Panama Calling to Preserve Its Edens: Anne Raver is baaaaack! In depth back story to what has happened to Von Gal since Jay Chiat’s passing in 2002
- At Kips Bay, Madame Is at Home: Hard to read this one…No new tricks at Kips this years…What happened to Thom Filicia?
- Realty Agent Who’ll Work for 0%: “St. Joseph statues, packaged in a home seller’s kit that includes a prayer and instructions for burial, are now a best seller for Christian bookstores”
- In Milan, Reimagining Legends: A small report on I Saloni with Kengo Kuma and Steven Holl
- Spring Ambles in, Along With the Curious: Awesome calendar of house & garden tours coming up this season
- Personal Shopper: Fresh Air Gets a Breath of Upholstery A fairly preppy selection of outdoor fabrics
- Donald Trump’s showcase penthouse that opens today at Trump Park Avenue: God awful
- The Shift Bicycle: By Scott Shim, Ryan Lightbody and Matt Grossman – won the grand prize in a bicycle design competition held by the Taiwanese government.
- Mitchell Gold:“is introducing his first lines of lighting and nonupholstered furniture to retailers today at the spring furniture market in High Point, N.C.”
- Harry: A holder for keys, kitchen tools and anything else that fits in your hand.
- Ty Pennington of Extreme Makover fame: Has new table, bed and bath designs coming out at Sears