Mallery Roberts Morgan practices a singular brand of creative fluidity as a writer and a quietly influential interior designer.
A top-down tour of the interior design tour-de-force, now open on New York's Upper East Side.
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.
A show at the Museum of Arts and Design explores how designers involved in the punk scene helped create a new visual language.
The Female Design Council's new exhibition, "Deeper than Text," features photography, textiles, lighting and furniture from innovative women creators.
In the pieces she creates for her Finn brand, the designer reinterprets Victorian-era styles for a thoroughly modern clientele.
Dynamic, driven and fiercely creative, the Australian designer crafts spaces as intelligent as they are intriguing.
The beloved interior designer shares the stories behind — and her love affairs with — some of her most compelling recent projects.
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.
In an innovative display, the Designmuseum Danmark is permanently exhibiting the 20th century's most iconic seats.
By adding a dose of the unexpected, the New York–based interior designer injects contemporary energy into interiors rooted in tradition.
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.
Richard Petit intentionally chose a generic name for the Los Angeles–based firm, which increasingly attracts clients from Hollywood's creative class.
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