Where NYC’s Salvaged Architectural Artifacts Live; Mapping Restaurant Grades

Posted On Mon, June 13, 2016 By

Posted On Mon, June 13, 2016 By In Daily Link Fix

  • Architect David Adjaye is teaming up with his musician brother to create a vinyl record that fuses his architectural projects and music. [Curbed]
  • New York’s oldest witchcraft store has been selling “enchantments” in the East Village for 34 years. [The Guardian]
  • A guide to NYC’s farmers markets. [Thrillist]
  • In this sleepy Connecticut city, a former piano-key factory has one of the largest collections of architectural artifacts salvaged from New York City buildings, and most of it is for sale. [NYT]
  • This interactive map tracks all NYC restaurants and their DOH grades. [Gothamist]

Images: Via The Demolition Depot (L); Via NYC Loves NYC (R)

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