All-Clad Cookware Sale – June 2020

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It’s back and bigger (and better!) than ever! Yes, we’re talking about the All-Clad VIP Sale, which just kicked off with deals of up to 70 percent off the cookware brand’s classic stainless steelhard anodized and copper core pieces. In case you’re new here, the event is the perfect opportunity to replace old and beat-up cookware with All-Clad’s high-quality pieces without spending a fortune! This time around, the sale includes deals on some of the Kitchn staff’s best-loved cookware pieces, including Editor-in-Chief Faith’s favorite fry pan and skillet, Associate Food Editor Meghan’s treasured 2-qt. pan and Studio Food Editor Jesse’s can’t-do-without skillet. To access the limited-time event, visit the Home and Cook Sales site, which is hosting the sale, then enter your email address and

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A Striking Sydney Home Designed For Book-Lovers

Sibling Architecture has made a name for themselves with their innovative, conceptual and often playful approach to architecture. Their projects often go beyond aesthetic design, demonstrating a social and cultural conscience, and the Glassbook House in the Sydney suburb of Tempe is no different.

Created for a retired literature academic, the two-storey addition to a Federation era cottage had just one requirement: to be a private oasis for the client and her books. ‘Our vision was to create a light-filled sanctuary for reading,’ explains architect, Qianyi Lim. ‘We wanted the activity of reading to proliferate the living spaces of the home.’

With this in mind, Qianyi took the central organising principle of the client’s life (books) and created a floorplan that revolved around them. The social spaces are choreographed around the double height bookshelf, which sits at the centre of the house and stretches to the ceiling, cutting across

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