EVERYDAY IS MORE SPECIAL THAN ANY SPECIAL OCCASION
While leafing through the pages of “Bringing Nature Home”, one directly remembers how ‘everyday is more special than any special occasion’.
Editor: Sidni Karavil

“This book calls upon us to look, to appreciate, and whenever possible, to collect a bit of the outdoors to bring inside. Of course, flowers are for every day, to be picked up after work with the bread and milk – and with the proliferation of farmer’s markets everywhere that is now easy for us to do. Why do we too often save flowers for special occasions like a party or a thank you? While the photographs here are rich, what they show is everyday life; real rooms with real flowers, not interior-decorated homes with professional-looking displays. The quotidian nature of these images, and the moments they evoke, reveal that somehow the everyday is more special than any special occasion.”
Deborah Needleman

By Ngoc Minh Ngo
Arrangements by Nicolette Owen
Foreword by Deborah Needleman

FROM THE ARCHIVES
FEASTS
FINDS
CASE SERIES
ALL ARCHIVES
FROM THE ARCHIVES
FEASTS
FENNEL ROOTS WITH ORANGE AND OLIVE OIL

The recipe for fennel roots with orange and olive oil.

FINDS
UNDER THE RAINBOW RISING FROM THE BOTTOM OF DARKNESS

An album that embraces birth, death, apocalypse, omens, earth, trees and human life in a musical context way beyond “experimentalism” in only 42 minutes.

CASE SERIES
DOLLY PUFFS

Designed by Sanayi313 Architects, Dolly Puffs bring comfort to living spaces with its special style and texture.

BLACKOUTS
LOS ANGELES

Postcards from a city of angels, dreamers, and believers….

LOVE LETTERS
DİLAN BOZYEL

Photographer Dilan Bozyel declares her love for Beirut, for which she is writing a book about.

SENSES
AYTEN ALPÜN

With the photographer and domestic engineer Ayten Alpün, we laughed a lot while exploring her five different senses.

CITIZENS
TULYA MADRA

We looked at İstanbul from Brooklyn with Tulya Madra, who transformed the city’s memory of colors, geometrical dreams, silent curves and poetry written on water into “porcelain”.