Happy Links: Women in Design, Street Dogs, and John Travolta

Househappy —  March 7, 2014 — Leave a comment

1. Stand out from the crowd, loud and proud, it’s time to bust a real estate rhyme. (dc.curbed.com)

2. A mini revolution—one in 10 new homes in the city of Portland are considered “tiny.” (treehugger.com)

3. Street style blogs are seriously going to the dogs. And we love it! This is hound style. (wlf-hnd.com)

4. Beatrice Gallilee appointed to a newly created role as curator of architecture and design at the Met. (dezeen.com)

5. A gorgeous Soho dream loft where everything is for sale. (remodelista.com)

6. Has John Travolta been naming IKEA furniture all along? (elledecor.com)

7. In honor of International Women’s Day, Architectural Review put together this comprehensive compendium of women in design. (architectural-review.com)

8. It’s almost the weekend! Time to rock out and head home. (youtube.com)

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