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July 14, 2019

Writer Ted Loos Opens the Doors to His 1834 House in the Hudson Valley

The veteran journalist and author has lovingly revitalized a Greek Revival residence in Upstate New York.

by Ted Loos | photos by Max Kim-Bee
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Writer Ted Loos Opens the Doors to His 1834 House in the Hudson Valley

The Photographer Who Captures the World’s Most Iconic Pools

In a new book, lensman Tim Street-Porter and his wife, writer Annie Kelly, take us pool hopping in some of the chicest oases around the globe.

by Fred A. Bernstein
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The Photographer Who Captures the World’s Most Iconic Pools

Nendo Susses Out the Silly Side of Minimalist Decor

The Tokyo- and Milan-based studio tackles design projects from light fixtures to interior environments, product packaging to urban planning.

by Tim McKeough
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Nendo Susses Out the Silly Side of Minimalist Decor

How Michael Del Piero Made the Jump from Collector to Designer

Del Piero brings her pared-down aesthetic and eye for striking objects to her clients’ interiors, as well as her shops in Chicago and the Hamptons.

by Liz Logan
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How Michael Del Piero Made the Jump from Collector to Designer

What Would an ‘Impossible Collection’ of Roy Lichtenstein’s Art Look Like?

Assouline imagines a most impressive trove of works by the Pop art star.

by Meredith Mendelsohn
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What Would an ‘Impossible Collection’ of Roy Lichtenstein’s Art Look Like?

Herman Miller Got Its Start in the Office, but Its Legacy Is in the Home

The brand that turned Charles and Ray Eames, Isamu Noguchi and George Nelson into mid-century household names is just as relevant today as it was six decades ago.

by Fred A. Bernstein
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Herman Miller Got Its Start in the Office, but Its Legacy Is in the Home

Hugo França Transforms the Remnants from Brazil’s Deforestation

The master woodworker discusses his relationship to nature and how he reveals the sinuous beauty within the scavenged remains of his country’s ancient forests.

by Tim McKeough
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Hugo França Transforms the Remnants from Brazil’s Deforestation

The 13-Star American Flag Had More Variations Than You’d Think

Perfect for July 4th weekend, a new show at Philadelphia's Museum of the American Revolution displays an array of antique red, white and blue flags.

by Fred A. Bernstein
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The 13-Star American Flag Had More Variations Than You’d Think

20 Years after Its Inception, Twentieth Gallery Defines High Design in L.A.

A designer in his own right, gallerist Stefan Lawrence blurs distinctions between contemporary furniture, art and functional objects.

by Arianne Nardo
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20 Years after Its Inception, Twentieth Gallery Defines High Design in L.A.

Fawn Galli Punches Up a Screenwriter’s London Home with a Bit of Movie Magic

When longtime clients moved from Manhattan to London, the designer stepped in to help them create a home that feels layered and collected.

by Fred A. Bernstein
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Fawn Galli Punches Up a Screenwriter’s London Home with a Bit of Movie Magic

Sawyer Berson Plays by the Rules, and Breaks Them Too

The architecture and interiors firm specializes in creating singular residences tailored to the clients’ styles — and even their wardrobes.

by Ted Loos
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Sawyer Berson Plays by the Rules, and Breaks Them Too

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
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