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February 16, 2020

Hands Down, Pedro Friedeberg’s Mexico City Home Is a Surrealist Delight

The eccentric artist's abode is a veritable cabinet of curiosities.

by Philip Alvaré | photos by Alicia Vera
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Hands Down, Pedro Friedeberg’s Mexico City Home Is a Surrealist Delight

Art and Innovation Create Wonder at The Met

An exhibition of centuries-old treasures highlights the opulent, eccentric and technologically advanced creations that European princes commissioned to display their power.

by Katherine Gleason
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Art and Innovation Create Wonder at The Met

It’s Time to Shine a New Light on Legendary Italian Maker FLOS

In business for some six decades, the company continues to partner with top designers and retains its creative DNA.

by Fred A. Bernstein
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It’s Time to Shine a New Light on Legendary Italian Maker FLOS

On Both Coasts, Juniper Tedhams Keeps Her Interiors Elegantly Restrained

The onetime furniture dealer parlayed her love of sourcing and arranging pieces into a design career.

by Pilar Viladas
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On Both Coasts, Juniper Tedhams Keeps Her Interiors Elegantly Restrained

How Dennis Freedman Built a Collection of Museum-Worthy Italian Radical Design

A new exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, spotlights an overlooked but pivotal moment in the history of furniture.

by Cara Greenberg
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How Dennis Freedman Built a Collection of Museum-Worthy Italian Radical Design

Tour a Richard Meier–Designed House That Celebrates American Craft

Louis and Sandy Grotta’s New Jersey residence houses the couple’s impressive collection of art, design and jewelry.

by Osman Can Yerebakan
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Tour a Richard Meier–Designed House That Celebrates American Craft

Hella Jongerius Pushes the Limits of Industrial Looms

The Dutch creator is constantly cooking up imaginative designs in her lab, including the mind-blowingly complex textiles for her newest sofas and poufs.

by Trent Morse
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Hella Jongerius Pushes the Limits of Industrial Looms

Famed for His Carpets, Ben Soleimani Now Covers the Whole Home

Scion of the family behind the respected rug dealer Mansour, the designer and entrepreneur has launched an eponymous furniture and decor brand.

by Tim McKeough
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Famed for His Carpets, Ben Soleimani Now Covers the Whole Home

Meyer Davis Gives a Manhattan Duplex a Light and Airy Facelift

The designers at Meyer Davis — who create hotels in addition to homes — have fashioned a most hospitable apartment on Manhattan's Upper East Side.

by Fred A. Bernstein
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Meyer Davis Gives a Manhattan Duplex a Light and Airy Facelift

One-Man Torrent of Artistic Expression Billy Childish Unveils Nine New Paintings

From punk rock to poetry, the talented Brit channels his creative energy into a wide range of genres.

by Ted Loos
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One-Man Torrent of Artistic Expression Billy Childish Unveils Nine New Paintings

How Rufino Tamayo Pushed Printmaking into Three Dimensions

The legendary Mexican artist prompted the development of a three-dimensional plate that results in richly textured prints.

by Liz Logan
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How Rufino Tamayo Pushed Printmaking into Three Dimensions

In This Boston Townhouse, Victorian Elegance Meets Neo-Deco Splendor

The designers of Evolve Residential reinvented a down-at-the-heels apartment in a late-19th-century building as a decidedly contemporary home.

by Andrew Sessa
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In This Boston Townhouse, Victorian Elegance Meets Neo-Deco Splendor
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