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Tour a French Cave-Dwelling

Design Hunting

3.24.16

Happenings
  • In the House with Tumblr and Pinterest
    On March 24, at the New School, Scott Tong, a design team leader at Pinterest, and Zack Sultan, the creative director of Tumblr, will be sharing their insights on the relationship between design and technology. They will also be discussing what it means to work in design in New York versus San Francisco. More  ›
  • Alice Austen’s Legacy
    Over the course of her life, early street photographer Alice Austen produced over 8,000 images that captured the daily lives of New Yorkers from Staten Island society folk to immigrants and tenement dwellers. On March 31 at the Whitney Museum, there will be a roundtable discussion about Austen’s images and their themes of same-sex relationships, gender roles, and immigration to New York City.
    More  ›
  • Tom Sachs at the Noguchi Museum
    The Noguchi Museum has never presented a solo exhibition by an artist other than Noguchi. But through July 24, it’s featuring an installation from Tom Sachs, part of the museum’s 30th-anniversary programming that will reimagine various rituals of the chanoyu, a traditional Japanese tea ceremony. More ›
Design Hunting

Space of the Week

Cave Dwelling

Inside the French cave where ceramicist Hannah Morrow’s mother has been living for the past two decades. See More ›


Here is the exterior; it’s located in the town of Trôo, in France.

The entrance is filled with sunlight and a view of the garden outside.

The house is filled with furniture from Hannah’s grandmother.

The Best Bet

A Leaning Table

This Danish-designed two-legged console is made with raw oak and has that lean-against-the-wall look. More  ›

 
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