[ ARCHITECTURE ] TOWER, CROATIA by STEVEN HARRIS ARCHITECTS


T O W E R , C R O A T I A

 

"... a love affair with the light, the sea, and the suspension of time. For New York–based architect Steven Harris and his husband, interior designer and artist Lucien Rees Roberts, their compound on a small island along Croatia’s Dalmatian coast, near Dubrovnik, has become the place they feel most at home."

“The very first time we came to the island, I fell in love with this ruin of a tower,” Harris says of the 15th-century structure he and Rees Roberts recently spent two years restoring. “I’ve always been attracted to vertical buildings and their ability to control a landscape. There is a dialectic between the sense of refuge and prospect.” 



ARCHITECT | Steven Harris Architects 

INTERIOR DESIGNER | Lucien Rees Roberts 

QUOTES | Architectural Digest 

IMAGES | Scott Frances via stevenharrisarchitects.com

POST | Sanam Miremadi [ ChloeTouran ]


[ COVETED ] J. HANNAH - SUBTLE POLISHES FOR GRACEFUL HANDS


J. HANNAH POLISH

New from jeweler J. Hannah, a line of carefully-edited, high quality polishes for the color-resistant. Polishes that consider the gracefulness of hands, and the role of subtle color as an element in the considered wardrobe.

Eleven colors inspired by artists’ palettes, natural elements, and the muses who we envision channeling specific colors or moods.

All polishes are seven-free, highly-pigmented, made in the USA.


 

IMAGES & TEXT | via J.Hannah

POST | Kara Town

[ ART ] BUTLER : CLARITY IN CONTENT


B  U  T  L  E  R

' ... works predominantly capture the confidence of women with equally confident and precise lines, each stroke emphasizing the delicateness of their femininity. The illustrations feature women in their most natural element, nude, or half nude. Butler captures the myth of nudity and its synonymity with the erotic by dangling it upside down by the feet as a celebratory exhibit of the female form. It is precisely the artist’s unflinching clarity of vision that allows him to express something complex in as few lines as possible, allowing the audiences to discover the emotion, thoughts and make the connections themselves, filling in their own gaps, rather than imposing them.'



ARTIST |  Butler (Nigerian, b. 1994)

Quote & IMAGES | Butler Archive 

POST | Sanam Miremadi [ ChloeTouran ]