Instead of adhering to one era or aesthetic, the New Yorker prefers to create singular spaces that include new, vintage and custom pieces, plus plenty of art.
A blockbuster exhibition at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs shows the work of the modernist master in a brilliant new light.
The architect has imbued the minimalist-chic Tel Aviv stay with his signature style, while at the same time honoring the site's long history.
A new exhibit explores the history of the often controversial hue.
The Brooklyn-based designer is adept at styles ranging from austere to over-the-top, espousing an architectural, detail-oriented approach also evident in his line of furniture and lighting.
The indomitable editor and aesthetic arbiter Paige Rense ran the design bible for nearly four decades, defining the taste of several generations.
A captivating show at the Manhattan museum explores how jewelry has ornamented the body through the millennia — and redefines it as high art.
A new exhibition examines images by the master photographer alongside works by photographers who influenced him and contemporary creators.
Father-and-son team Michele and Domenico Ghiró are setting themselves apart with unexpected techniques and superior craftsmanship.
Get a sneak peak at some of the singular pieces that will be on display at this year's show, which range from vintage masterpieces by legendary makers to innovative creations from emerging talents.
The French designer, stylist and creative director offers an inside look at the cabinets of curiosities he calls home in Paris and Nice.
The polymath Los Angeles-based designer provides a window into the thought process behind his extraordinary spaces.
Taking us on a whirlwind tour of spaces that use charming prints with aplomb, the interiors expert makes a compelling case for ditching staid solids when tackling your next decorating project.
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