Spotted Pig

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Monastery of St. Bernard de Clairvaux
  • The Spotted Pig owners will officially open a four-story restaurant at the top of 70 Pine Street. [NYP]
  • William Randolph Hearst stored a 12th century Spanish monastery in a Brooklyn warehouse for 26 years. [Untapped]
  • Take a look inside this artist couple’s bright, floral, and fantastical Soho loft. [Curbed]
  • It’s that time of year again… dumpster diving season! Thank all the departing college kids. [DNAinfo]
  • When you’re done reading this book, you can plant it to grow a tree. [Treehugger]
  • Starchitect Rem Koolhaas thinks smart home technology in architecture is “potentially sinister.” [Dezeen]

Images: The Monastery of St. Bernard de Clairvaux via Wikimedia (L); Dumpster diving via Eco-Chick (R)

Daily Link Fix

  • The exact reason why the subways are so gross and dirty. [Business Insider]
  • The Met has finally decided what to do with the old Whitney building. [Vulture]
  • New Yorkers want the feeling of the suburbs without having to move out to the Hamptons. [Huffington Post]
  • Relax in these 10 happiness-inducing indoor hammocks. [Remodelista]
  • The Spotted Pig grew wings and will be opening a location in FiDi. [NY Post]

Photos: Indoor hammock via The Aestate (L); Flood Residue of Court st. Station by Jonathan Lopez via Flickr


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