Week of
July 15, 2018

Lush Outdoor Spaces

by Dickson Wong
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Lush Outdoor Spaces

Appreciating Robert Indiana, LOVE’s Greatest Ambassador

One of America’s preeminent Pop artists had a way with words as well as colors.

by Ted Loos
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Appreciating Robert Indiana, LOVE’s Greatest Ambassador

Jeremiah Brent Designs for Real Life

The designer may be best known for transforming homes on reality TV, but his passion lies in creating highly personal, livable interiors.

by Colleen Egan
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Jeremiah Brent Designs for Real Life

The Side of North Korea That’s Not Been Making Headlines

The architecture and color palette of the Hermit Kingdom aren't what you might expect.

by Fred A. Bernstein
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Two women at the front desk of Changgwang Health and Recreation Complex

Art Dealers Like Design, Too

These gallerists refuse to see a divide between art and design.

by Stephen Wallis
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Roman and Williams Does Another Head-Turning Hotel Transformation

For their latest project, the Freehand in New York, Robin Standefer and Stephen Alesch imbued a 1928 building with a youthful, colorful vibe.

by Pilar Viladas
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staircase at Freehand hotel

Magdalena Keck Creates Luxury without Excess

The Polish-born designer is known for crafting thoughtfully appointed pieds-à-terre outfitted with elegant essentials.

by Fred A. Bernstein
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Metal Is Marvelous in the Hands of These Talented Women

Metalsmithing was once the domain of men, but a cadre of capable female artisans is taking the practice into an exciting new era.

by Liz Logan
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Cactus by Tamiko Kawata

A David Kleinberg–Designed Home Defines Fifth Avenue Elegance

by Cara Greenberg | photos by Francesco Lagnese
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Youthful and Vibrant Interiors from Brooklyn Firm Chango & Co.

Meet Susana Simonpietri, creative director and playful guiding spirit of Chango & Co., which is going places fast.

by Cara Greenberg
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Nobody Does Earthy California Modernism Better Than Marmol Radziner

The Golden State firm is known for its muscular architecture, with an emphasis on materials that age gracefully and eco-friendly construction.

by Jorge S. Arango
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Take a Stroll Down Pimlico Road, London’s Design Hotbed

From museum-quality antiques to fresh contemporary pieces, this chic district is a destination for discerning art and design lovers.

by Helen Chislett
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