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September 23, 2018

Jill Dienst’s Secret for Discerning Eternally Chic Scandinavian Design

At her New York store, Dienst + Dotter Antikviteter, the Swedish antiques expert offers her hand-picked treasures.

by Sarah Medford | photos by David Prince
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Jill Dienst’s Secret for Discerning Eternally Chic Scandinavian Design

10 Wonderful Under-the-Radar Fall Gallery Shows

We've rounded up some of the best and brightest exhibitions of the new season, in cities from London to Los Angeles, San Francisco to New York, and points in between.

by Meredith Mendelsohn
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10 Wonderful Under-the-Radar Fall Gallery Shows

Architect John B. Murray Seamlessly Combines the Classical and the Contemporary

Placing equal emphasis on traditional aesthetics and 21st-century desires, the New York designer creates homes that easily exceed their owners' dreams.

by Ted Loos
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Architect John B. Murray Seamlessly Combines the Classical and the Contemporary

A Rare Q&A with American Legend Alex Katz

On the eve of a new exhibition just north of New York City, the nonagenarian contemporary-art icon talked with ‘Introspective’ about his long and ongoing career, the development of his signature style and his rather malleable definition of realism.

by Ted Loos
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A Rare Q&A with American Legend Alex Katz

Our Take on the Fabulous Throwback Styles of 5 Emmy Nominees

The 2018 Emmy awards recognize the best in television, and you can't be blamed if you find the aesthetics as enchanting as the acting. Take a look at our picks in fashion, jewelry, art and furniture that were inspired by some of the year's top shows.

by Colleen Egan
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Our Take on the Fabulous Throwback Styles of 5 Emmy Nominees

Welcome to the Wonderful, Carved-Wood World of Christopher Kurtz

At his workshop in Upstate New York, the artist and designer shows us how he handcrafted the fantastical furniture on display in his latest exhibition.

by Tim McKeough | photos by Jen May
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Welcome to the Wonderful, Carved-Wood World of Christopher Kurtz

Studio Shamshiri Gives a Storybook California Cottage Singular Appeal

Designer Pamela Shamshiri took inspiration from Wes Anderson films when dreaming up the interiors for this 1906 family retreat.

by David A. Keeps
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Studio Shamshiri Gives a Storybook California Cottage Singular Appeal

Pursley Dixon Poetically Reinterprets Southern Classicism

The North Carolina architecture firm creates homes rooted in history yet with a contemporary spirit.

by Marisa Bartolucci
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Pursley Dixon Poetically Reinterprets Southern Classicism

This Modern Madison Square Aerie Takes Cues from the Gilded Age

Designer Paris Forino strikes the perfect balance — between history and modernity, monochrome and color, Italian and American design — in a Manhattan high-rise apartment.

by Jorge S. Arango
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This Modern Madison Square Aerie Takes Cues from the Gilded Age

Kinvara Balfour on the Revealing New Alexander McQueen Film

The former fashion editor served as executive producer of the documentary McQueen, which focuses on the late designer’s personal life and some of his most iconic collections.

by Priya Rao
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Kinvara Balfour on the Revealing New Alexander McQueen Film

The Urban Sleek and Country Chic of Russell Groves’s Two Homes

Together, a high-rise Manhattan apartment and house in the woods of East Hampton paint a holistic portrait of one of New York’s top designers.

by Cara Greenberg
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The Urban Sleek and Country Chic of Russell Groves’s Two Homes

Massimo Listri Celebrates the World’s Most Sumptuous Book-Filled Spaces

The Florentine photographer has finally assembled the results of his obsession with astounding historic libraries from around the globe.

by Fred A. Bernstein
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Massimo Listri Celebrates the World’s Most Sumptuous Book-Filled Spaces
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