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Current Obsessions: August Song

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Here's a look at what's on our radar this week. Above: Funded by Kickstarter,  Floyd Legs aims to turn any flat surface into a table. A look at Brooklyn  during the summer of 1974.  Today marks the first day of NY N ow , a trade show bringing makers and artists from all over the world to the Javits Center and Pier 94 in New York City.  Above: We recently wrote about Silvia Song , a Bay Area architect turned woodworker. Her work is being showcased through September 15 at Heath Ceramics in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Sausalito.  Jute, a member of the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory , recently sat down with Lonny to talk about design inspiration, favorite movies, and life in San Francisco.  Above: We're admiring the residential work of Hecker Gurthie, the firm that designed the chic Chinese restaurant from earlier this week. Photograph by Eve Wilson. The most organized people in the world might be chefs . We're flattered that Such & Such is obsessed with the Remodelista book .  Above: Heidi Swanson shares a peek into Quitokeeto's new San Francisco studio . Photograph by Heidi Swanson.  DIY bar carts for the budget-minded.  Surprise, surprise: Funny guy Jonah Hill knows how to decorate.  Above: We're loving Mother mag's home tour with Kinfolk founding art director  Amanda Jane Jones . Photograph by Matt and Stevi Savage.  Have you heard? Here are the winners of Remodelista's Considered Design Awards  and Gardenista's Considered Design Awards . To catch up on posts from this week on Remodelista, see Down Under —and don't miss Gardenista's dip into New Zealand and Australia in their Down Under issue.  More Stories from Remodelista 5 Boutique Paint Lines from Down Under Mix-and-Match Painted Cage Lights from an Aussie Designer Lightweight Wool: Godmother Stansborough Grayscale Blankets from New Zealand






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