The Puerto Rico-born designer specializes in creating layered interiors where comfort is key.
Despite his major influence on his peers, the French designer has been little known, until now.
At a new boutique retreat in the aristocratic 1st arrondissement, the French designer extraordinaire has put a surprising noir-ish spin on Art Deco, French Moderne and mid-century style, with a touch of Louis XVI thrown in for good measure.
Persian garden carpets, with their timeless beauty and unmatched craftsmanship, have an enduring appeal.
The late designer behind Cardinali and the classic Marlo Thomas sitcom continues to influence fashion today.
When it comes to authentic materials and quality craftsmanship, the Toronto-based designer accepts no substitutes.
The architect has a knack for camouflaging the volume of sprawling homes and making their interiors feel intimate.
Developing images using contaminated water or printing them on expired photo paper are just a couple of ways today's talents are putting their own spin on tradition.
Whether composing decor or appetizers, the New York-based designer is lauded for his ability to set the scene.
Timo Sarpaneva used unconventional methods to create the highly expressive yet functional works that made him one of his nation's design treasures.
Meet five modern makers and their antique touchstones.
Gideon Mendelson is lovingly completing the project he and his mother were working on when she died unexpectedly — the apartment that was to be her home.
The architecture and color palette of the Hermit Kingdom aren't what you might expect.
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