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June 23, 2019

Roberto Burle Marx’s Bold Brazilian Landscape Design Comes to New York

The New York Botanical Garden, in the Bronx, has mounted a multifaceted show honoring the polymath modernist's legacy, including new work by contemporary landscape maker Raymond Jungles.

by Jane Garmey
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Roberto Burle Marx’s Bold Brazilian Landscape Design Comes to New York

The Artists Who Sparked Social Change after Stonewall Was Stormed

Fifty years after the Stonewall riots, museums are mounting art exhibitions related to the LGBTQ Pride movement.

by Fred A. Bernstein
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The Artists Who Sparked Social Change after Stonewall Was Stormed

How Addison Mizner Invented the Palm Beach Style of Architecture

The designer’s visionary work still resonates today.

by Beth Dunlop
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How Addison Mizner Invented the Palm Beach Style of Architecture

Charlotte Barnes’s Interiors Are a Rich Mélange of Old and New

After a career in fashion — working for Ralph Lauren and Pomellato — this Greenwich, Connecticut–based creative turned full-time to a life of design.

by Pilar Viladas
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Charlotte Barnes’s Interiors Are a Rich Mélange of Old and New

London’s Osborne Samuel Gallery Makes the Case for Modern British Art

Dealers Peter Osborne and Gordon Samuel have helped revive the popularity of postwar works by such artists as Lynn Chadwick, Kenneth Armitage and Keith Vaughan.

by Paula Weideger
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London’s Osborne Samuel Gallery Makes the Case for Modern British Art

A New Wave Jewelry Genius Who Makes Her Pieces the Old-Fashioned Way

The Southern California–based designer behind Loren Nicole studied ancient artisans' tools and techniques to craft timeless modern pieces.

by Marion Fasel | photos by The Ingalls
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A New Wave Jewelry Genius Who Makes Her Pieces the Old-Fashioned Way

Joel Escalona Finds Furniture Inspiration in Mexico City’s Back Alleys

The designer explores movement, acceleration and speed in his new limited-edition series.

by Cathryn Jakobson Ramin
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Joel Escalona Finds Furniture Inspiration in Mexico City’s Back Alleys

As ‘Exotic’ Reveals, Cultural Appropriation Has Been with Us All Along

A professor of art discusses what we talk about when we talk about the "Other."

by Marisa Bartolucci
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As ‘Exotic’ Reveals, Cultural Appropriation Has Been with Us All Along

This Landscape Architect Wants Her Clients to Feel Like They’re on Vacation

Janice Parker creates inviting outdoor spaces inspired by the homeowners' favorite places.

by Fred A. Bernstein
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This Landscape Architect Wants Her Clients to Feel Like They’re on Vacation

A Brooklyn-Based Designer Prefers the ‘Off Colors’ in a Room

Jenny Dina Kirschner creates spaces with an element of surprise.

by Jorge S. Arango
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A Brooklyn-Based Designer Prefers the ‘Off Colors’ in a Room

Studio Greytak’s Bold Pieces Make Gems the Centerpiece of a Room

The young brand’s mineral-inspired decor, jewelry and furniture are making waves in the design community.

by Wendy Moonan
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Studio Greytak’s Bold Pieces Make Gems the Centerpiece of a Room

Inside the Vintage-Tinged Monochrome Home of the Duo behind Vern + Vera

Eric Silverstrim and Sean Cowan, who live above their vintage furniture showroom in Chicago, consider themselves caretakers of iconic designs.

by Tate Gunnerson
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Inside the Vintage-Tinged Monochrome Home of the Duo behind Vern + Vera
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