Ahead this weekend: a design auction for Ukraine, plant prints, a tour of a miniature garden, a new shop opening, and more signs of spring. Read on:
Of particular note this weekend: Humanitarian Aid for Ukraine: an auction featuring a who’s who of designers, artists, and brands, with proceeds to benefit Doctors Without Borders. Among the many makers contributing: ANK Ceramics, Athena Calderone, Beni Rugs, Clamlab, In Common With, Jenni Kayne Home, Lawson Fenning, Skagerak, and Workstead. The auction is going on through Tuesday, March 22nd; head here to browse and make bids.
And the commission for the renovation of the modern and contemporary galleries of the Met goes to Mexican architect Frida Escobedo—the first time a woman has designed a wing of the Met.
Fan is poring over this artist’s lush, plant-filled cultural retreat in the German countryside, spotted via T.
Amanda Moffat Pottery is hosting a studio sale tomorrow (Sunday); more info via @amandamoffatpottery.
Admiring these Spring Blossoming prints via Superfolk in Ireland (including one to benefit Ukraine).
Annie is stopping into the newly opened brick and mortar location of The Post Supply in Portland, Maine, with interiors by Joiya Studios. (Of particular note: ceramic plates made in collaboration with Rebekah Miles.)
Limited-edition, one-of-a-kind planters by Tung Chiang of Heath.
On our reading lists: Billy Cotton: Interior and Design Work. (Take a peek inside in Required Reading: Billy Cotton Interior & Design Work.)
Destination: Joshua Tree.
Patchwork linen blankets from Once Milano.
And Stitches rugs, just launched from Nordic Knots.
Good-looking gardening clogs: 10 favorites.
Lastly, take a virtual tour of Arthur Parkinson’s miniature garden.