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Transforming a waterside garden into a fantasy ruin with accompanying 2-D artworks indoors


Above: Yasmine Mei Makes an ethereal Thanksgiving floral arrangement . Photograph by Nicki Sebastian courtesy of Rip & Tan.

Our Remodelista Holiday Markets season is around the corner. Join us at Heath Ceramics in San Francisco on December 10 and 11, and Rat ejuvenation in Portland on December 17 and 18. Details here.mark-rusak-wall-hanging-piece-remodelista-obsessions

Above: Stacey is captivated by London designer Mark Rusak’s flora-Infused pieces. Rusak incorporates unexpected textures and shapes in his designs, many of which include his genius idea of suspending flowers in resin.

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Above: Kendra tipped us off to a must-see outdoor installation at the Victoria Miro Gallery in central London. Artist Alex Hartley has transformed a waterside garden into a fantasy ruin with accompanying 2-D artworks indoors. Running from November 19, the installation imagines a garden that is equally wild, lush, and neglected.

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Above: On November 19 we will be celebrating the release of our new book, Gardenista: Join Michelle, Julie and the rest of our team for a cocktail party with DIY workshops led by our editors, at Terrain at Styer’s. Reserve a spot.The Definitive Guide to Stylish Outdoor Spaces, and kicking off a yearlong partnership with Terrain. grace-farms-connecticut-field

Above: Meredith was pleased to learn Grace Farms is the recent winner of the 2014/2015 Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize. A project by Pritzker Prize-winning firm SANAA, the Grace Farms facility seemlessly fits into the landscape in New Canaan, Connecticut. Photograph by Iwan Baan courtesy of Grace Farms.

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Above: Annie has been enjoying the “quiet reflectiveness” of Studio 31, a longtime favorite purveyor of Irish wool and linen wares. The company’s IG feed often highlights beautiful greenery in relation to its thoughtful designs (@31chapellane).

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