J.C. Poirier’s Nearly Finished “Pizzeria Farina” On Main St. (via Scout Magazine)
Contemporary minimalism usually describes movements in various forms of art and design, especially visual art, where the work is stripped down to its most fundamental features. Such is the case with this historic residential flat in the old port of Jaffa, Tel Aviv – Israel, designed by Israeli-based Pitsou Kedem Architects. (via Contemporary Minimalism Meets Historical Asceticism in Old Jaffa, Tel-Aviv | Yatzer™)
Little More Than Great Tomatoes and Bread - Via NYTimes.com Photograph by Jim Wilson
Mulberry jam from Damascus. Harissa from Tunisia. Rosewater from Lebanon. Halloumi cheese from Cyprus. These are but a few of the myriad exotic delicacies that populate the shelves of Mediterranean Specialty Foods on Commercial Drive. (via MONTECRISTO Magazine)
We are absolutely in love with the design of this new restaurant that recently opened in Brooklyn Heights, NY. Designed by Architect Alex Meyers of MADesign we love the use of repurposed and recycled materials paired with new materials. Next time you are in New York this looks like a great place to visit.
If you like wine and you like biking, you’re going to love this handmade leather Bicycle Wine Rack! Made in Montreal, Canada.
S.Pellegrino Limited Edition for the Cannes Film Festival.
What a great bottle and label design designed by Cartils.