What a week of revelations. We don’t know where to start. We only hope we’ll be seated next to you at dinner because we desperately want to hear what you think about the newest killer food, nudity on New York City rooftops, and what $1.345 million buys in San Francisco:
- Chopped down to make way for an addition in Kagawa, Japan, two trees moved indoors—and now support the ceiling.
- What $1.345 million buys in the Mission in San Francisco: a tiny Victorian. Careful; It’s multiple offer season on the West Coast.
- Tonight’s menu: baked dahlia tubers. They don’t look that appetizing, uncooked.
- A few things we didn’t know about owls (and we pretty much know everything about owls).
- Sorry, sugar. You’re off our playlist.
- The most dangerous place for a house guest to visit: the powder room.
- There’s a long-lost continent, submerged under the Indian Sea.
- Who knew you need to grow meat to grow tasty vegetables?
- They’re all the rage: outdoor showers in Manhattan. Modesty prevents us from revealing this location.
- Airplane read of the week (in case you’re looking).
For more of this weekend’s Design News, see A Mania for Marmalade.