From their London studio, Emily Todhunter and Kate Earle smartly and stylishly tackle decorating and interior architecture projects around the world.
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.
Fifty years after the Stonewall riots, museums are mounting art exhibitions related to the LGBTQ Pride movement.
The designer’s visionary work still resonates today.
After a career in fashion — working for Ralph Lauren and Pomellato — this Greenwich, Connecticut–based creative turned full-time to a life of design.
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.
The Southern California–based designer behind Loren Nicole studied ancient artisans' tools and techniques to craft timeless modern pieces.
The designer explores movement, acceleration and speed in his new limited-edition series.
A professor of art discusses what we talk about when we talk about the "Other."
Janice Parker creates inviting outdoor spaces inspired by the homeowners' favorite places.
Jenny Dina Kirschner creates spaces with an element of surprise.
The young brand’s mineral-inspired decor, jewelry and furniture are making waves in the design community.
Eric Silverstrim and Sean Cowan, who live above their vintage furniture showroom in Chicago, consider themselves caretakers of iconic designs.
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