The founder of the Spanish firm OOAA creates quietly compelling rooms and residences that are as spare as they are stylish.
Together, the designer and tastemaker and the 128-year-old company have created a nature-inspired collection whose proceeds will benefit animal shelters.
An exhibition at Manhattan's Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum shows the German artistic polymath in a new light.
The Slovenian-born, London-based designer's background in metalwork and jewelry is evident in her elegant forms and celestial-inspired furniture.
The residences created by Los Angeles architecture firm Marmol Radziner take the modernism of Mies van der Rohe into the 21st century.
The impeccable taste of the late, great New York antiques dealer — who died in December — lives on at his New York gallery, run by his niece and longtime protégé, Katja Hirche.
The husband-and-wife team behind Single Stone is committed to creating vintage-inspired pieces with traditional craftsmanship.
With his three-pronged architecture and design firm, the Italian creative force has proved himself a skillful jack-of-all-trades.
The Manhattan-based decorator commissions statement-making custom pieces from artisans and furniture designers to adorn her clients' homes.
They might have purchased their San Miguel de Allende residence on a whim, but Andrew Fisher and Jeffry Weisman have become evangelists for their new community, rich in creativity and craftsmanship.
From his studio outside Paris, the artist and designer crafts furnishings, wall panels and entire decor schemes for such illustrious clients as Christian Liaigre, Hermès and Cartier.
The designer takes inspiration from the natural world (like glaciers and sea life) to create one-of-a-kind pieces made the old-fashioned way.
The silks of the Italian textile specialists Antico Setificio Fiorentino remain as coveted today as they did at the firm's founding, in 1786.
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