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January 13, 2019

Meet the Italian Artists Behind Fabscarte’s Lush Wall Treatments

The Milanese atelier goes beyond decorative effects with experimental surfaces that thrill and surprise.

by Jorge S. Arango
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Meet the Italian Artists Behind Fabscarte’s Lush Wall Treatments

Industrial Design Giant Dieter Rams’ Uneasy Relationship with the Technology He Helped Create

With his work for Braun and Vitsoe, the German aesthetic mastermind helped establish the spare, elegant look that ruled much of the 20th century — and of the Internet Age that followed, too.

by Tim McKeough
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Industrial Design Giant Dieter Rams’ Uneasy Relationship with the Technology He Helped Create

Tastemaker Bunny Mellon’s Extraordinary Schlumberger Jewels

The philanthropist and heiress was an avid jewelry collector, and her trove of Jean Schlumberger creations embodies the love of nature she shared with the famed designer.

by Stephanie Murg
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Tastemaker Bunny Mellon’s Extraordinary Schlumberger Jewels

11 Galleries That Put Berlin on the International Design Map

Get to know the dealers and makers who are attracting worldwide attention.

by Joann Plockova
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11 Galleries That Put Berlin on the International Design Map

The Italian Husband-and-Wife Duo Who Redefined Design in America

For six decades, the multidisciplinary New York City studio of Massimo and Lella Vignelli produced some of the most powerful visual expressions of our age, from graphics to jewelry to furniture.

by Cara Greenberg
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The Italian Husband-and-Wife Duo Who Redefined Design in America

Wendy Haworth’s Luminous Spaces Epitomize L.A. Ease

For the California designer, authenticity and the unusual are the keys to cool, timeless interiors.

by Kerstin Czarra
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Wendy Haworth’s Luminous Spaces Epitomize L.A. Ease

Explore the Modernist California Utopia Known as the Sea Ranch

A new exhibition at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art draws back the veil on the Sea Ranch, a rarely seen 1960s California community whose vernacular architecture and ecological sensitivity were radical for the time.

by Cara Greenberg
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Explore the Modernist California Utopia Known as the Sea Ranch

2019 Tastemaker Predictions

What’s coming up in design, art, fashion, jewelry as we head into 2019? We asked some of our most esteemed designers and dealers what’s inspiring them, what they’re obsessed with, what they’re craving or curating. Here’s what they had to say.

by 1stdibs Editors
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2019 Tastemaker Predictions

Take a Rarefied Tour of New York City’s Most Unforgettable Homes

Wendy Moonan steps inside extraordinary interiors across the city and shares the details of their design in a new book.

by Pilar Viladas
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Take a Rarefied Tour of New York City’s Most Unforgettable Homes

Jeremiah Brent Designs for Real Life

The designer may be best known for transforming homes on reality TV, but his passion lies in creating highly personal, livable interiors.

by Colleen Egan
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Jeremiah Brent Designs for Real Life

Tour Jake Gyllenhaal’s Art- and Design-Filled New York Office

Hip, stylish and a little bit noir, the actor and producer's Ashe + Leandro–designed Soho workspace is all an indie film company headquarters should be.

by Cara Greenberg | photos by Matthew Williams
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Tour Jake Gyllenhaal’s Art- and Design-Filled New York Office

Rooms We Love: 11 Splendid Living Rooms

Common wisdom used to declare the kitchen the hub of the house. These days, the living room seems to have assumed the role of domestic focal point. Unlike the Victorian parlor, stiffly furnished and reserved for guests, today’s living room is a central place for reading, conversation and, well, living, with furnishings that lend themselves to both casual lounging and elegant entertaining.

by Cara Greenberg
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Rooms We Love: 11 Splendid Living Rooms
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