The Australian-born talent draws on his fashion background and armed forces heritage to create fresh, streamlined spaces.
The German-born, New York–based shooter's images — on offer through Manhattan's Staley-Wise Gallery — will put you in the mood for a grand slam, and just in time for the U.S. Open.
Jim Estes and Peter Twombly — partners in the Newport, Rhode Island, firm Estes Twombly — eschew faux-historic McMansions in favor of houses that feel real, relevant and very much of their place and time.
The Brooklyn-based designer channels her global upbringing to create architecturally influenced pieces with red-carpet appeal.
The Danish mid-century-modern master is back in the spotlight.
The San Francisco–based architect and decorator sees collaboration and partnership as key in creating homes for his high-flying clients.
The designer and his team stayed true to the period of the home while creating a space that feels fresh and authentic.
The designer expresses her penchant for vintage shopping and world travel in her singular pieces.
From her studio in New York's Sag Harbor, the Texas-born talent — and daughter of an antiquaire — creates residences that are clean, contemporary and filled with vintage finds.
An exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art explores 300 years of design and craftsmanship by U.S. makers.
From a $100,000 Scandinavian rug to a $1 million rose-quartz bathtub, find out why these incredible pieces command such high prices.
Bohlin Cywinski Jackson is known for creating buildings for tech-industry innovators, but the firm also delights in designing livable family homes.
From a $250,000 sofa made of nickels to a $2.75 million painting by an iconic artist, find out why these incredible pieces command such high prices.
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