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May 19, 2019

In This Year’s Kips Bay Decorator Show House, Bold Colors Prevail

A top-down tour of the interior design tour-de-force, now open on New York's Upper East Side.

by Jorge S. Arango
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In This Year’s Kips Bay Decorator Show House, Bold Colors Prevail

The Original American Silver-Making Company Is Back in the Spotlight

A new show at the Rhode Island School of Design Museum, in Providence, reveals why the various and sundry creations of the Gorham Manufacturing Company still shine.

by Ted Loos
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The Original American Silver-Making Company Is Back in the Spotlight

How Design Defined the Punk Movement as Much as Its Music

A show at the Museum of Arts and Design explores how designers involved in the punk scene helped create a new visual language.

by Liz Logan
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How Design Defined the Punk Movement as Much as Its Music

Designing Women from around the World Alight at the 1stdibs Gallery

The Female Design Council's new exhibition, "Deeper than Text," features photography, textiles, lighting and furniture from innovative women creators.

by Cara Greenberg | photos by Pernille Loof
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Designing Women from around the World Alight at the 1stdibs Gallery

Candice Pool Neistat’s Jewelry Is Inspired by History, Not Trends

In the pieces she creates for her Finn brand, the designer reinterprets Victorian-era styles for a thoroughly modern clientele.

by Marion Fasel | photos by Lesley Unruh
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Candice Pool Neistat’s Jewelry Is Inspired by History, Not Trends

Sydney Architect Blainey North Has a Fascination with Light and Line

Dynamic, driven and fiercely creative, the Australian designer crafts spaces as intelligent as they are intriguing.

by Fiona Daniels
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Sydney Architect Blainey North Has a Fascination with Light and Line

Step inside 15 of Bunny Williams’s Storied, Sumptuous Houses

The beloved interior designer shares the stories behind — and her love affairs with — some of her most compelling recent projects.

by Jane Garmey
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Step inside 15 of Bunny Williams’s Storied, Sumptuous Houses

See and Shop Juan Montoya’s Carefully Curated Christie’s Exhibition at the 1stdibs Gallery

Thanks to our new partnership with the illustrious auction house, 100 unique objects and furnishings from three collectors are now available in our new Chelsea space and online.

by Ted Loos | photos by Pernille Loof
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See and Shop Juan Montoya’s Carefully Curated Christie’s Exhibition at the 1stdibs Gallery

113 Chairs That Prove Danish Design Isn’t Limited to Denmark

In an innovative display, the Designmuseum Danmark is permanently exhibiting the 20th century's most iconic seats.

by Carol Kino
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113 Chairs That Prove Danish Design Isn’t Limited to Denmark

Phillip Thomas’s Old-World Spaces Are Peppered with Contemporary Pizazz

By adding a dose of the unexpected, the New York–based interior designer injects contemporary energy into interiors rooted in tradition.

by Jorge S. Arango
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Phillip Thomas’s Old-World Spaces Are Peppered with Contemporary Pizazz

Jeweler Elizabeth Locke’s Major Micromosaics Are on Display

After decades of collecting, the designer’s treasures from the Grand Tour are the subject of an exhibition at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.

by Tanya Dukes
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Jeweler Elizabeth Locke’s Major Micromosaics Are on Display

The Archers Weave Incongruity throughout Their California-Cool Spaces

Richard Petit intentionally chose a generic name for the Los Angeles–based firm, which increasingly attracts clients from Hollywood's creative class.

by Fred A. Bernstein
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The Archers Weave Incongruity throughout Their California-Cool Spaces
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