meanwhile, back at the apartment.

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here’s a look at their latest spring inventory at the apartment. a while ago i posted about Tina Seidenfaden Busck’s brilliant concept store, the apartment — a flat in central copenhagen which was restored beautifully by tina seidenfaden busck and pernille hornhaver, who now use it not to live in, but to showcase their amazing inventory of uniquely beautiful... 
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oh, and happy, happy friday.

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i’m going to make believe i’m spending the weekend here. and, no — i’m sorry you cannot come. because, ummm, look at this place. it’s a beautiful, idyllic spot to be enjoyed as a duo, or solo, but no big groups allowed. i love you, but no. have a nice weekend. see you on monday. • photo eco-architect Mickey Muennig, via need supply.  
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the bedlam of beefy.

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“Home is… well, where the heart is. And, like they always say, the kitchen is the heart of the home. A bit cliché? Sure. But, I believe, as true a statement as it ever was. No matter where I’ve lived or how small the kitchens have been (and some have been mighty small), they’ve all consistently been the place where everyone gravitates and gathers.... 
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Prêt à Voyager.

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“Home is a Room with a View. When I tell people I live in Paris, people generally have an idea of what it’s like, but it’s not always quite as glamorous as one would think. I spent the past two years living in a 12m2 (129sf) shoebox. While I’ve been living the life in France – and ironically working from home a lot – many of my friends in the... 
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Anh-Minh Le.

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“Ultimately, my home is a representation of my past, present, and future. From one of my favorite spots in the house—the daybed in the living room—I can see an abstract painting acquired from a gallery in Vietnam (where I was born); an overflowing container of matchbooks (picked up during various trips); stacks of research material for the articles I’m currently... 
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