- Lary Sultan
Pictures of his mom "Pictures From Home"
We went to see his exhibition at the MoMA a few year back and were blown away.
- Bunabhainneadar Tennis Court
This grass tennis court might be the most remote in the UK. Built in 1998 after a fundraising campaign by a local resident and located on the Isle of Harris
- Ateliers Martine
In April 1911, influenced by the Wiener Werkstätte and Josef Hoffmann's Stoclet Palace, which he had visited the previous year, Paul Poiret founded the Atelier Martine, a decorative arts workshop he describes in detail in his memoirs. He named the workshop after his daughter Martine, born in 1911. Situated at 107 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré and initially run by the wife of painter Paul Sérusier, this exclusively female workshop gave young women the chance to express themselves in nature-inspired terms. Their spontaneous, highly coloured floral designs became printed fabrics for the boutique, also called Martine, that Poiret opened at 83 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré in the autumn of 1911. On sale were cushions, carpets, wallpaper, ceramics and trays, complemented by furniture made by the painter Fauconnet.
- Cloud Hedging
Garden of the Powis Castle in Wales, UK