Here are a few tidbits that I found interesting while surfing the web today.
A home in Philadelphia built between 1959-1961, designed by famed Architect Louis Kahn, is on the market. Listed for $1,100,000, this modernist design incorporates lots of natural light and includes a family room. See more pictures here.
French porcelain manufacturer Bernardaud is celebrating 150 years and asked artists, movie-makers and photographers to help them celebrate by sharing their views with Bernardaud. There are some great collections designed by the artists on the website. I think my favorite design is by Sarkis.
I discovered the blog STILL. Photographer Mary Jo Hoffman offers a daily image from nature which she and her family have discovered near their home in Minnesota. Her style is simple and elegant. Below is an example of her thoughtful work.
Beautiful, isn’t it!?