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March 17, 2019

At a Historic Country Inn, the Champalimaud Family Swathes 21st-Century Amenities in European Charm

Formerly a private estate, Troutbeck is now a 36-room, tastefully appointed getaway in Upstate New York.

by Ted Loos
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At a Historic Country Inn, the Champalimaud Family Swathes 21st-Century Amenities in European Charm

A New Museum Is Home to an Unparalleled Trove of Works Devoted to Man’s Best Friend

Hundreds of pieces of canine art now sit — and will continue to stay — on display in the American Kennel Club’s recently opened Midtown Manhattan galleries.

by Ted Loos
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A New Museum Is Home to an Unparalleled Trove of Works Devoted to Man’s Best Friend

Remembering Fashion Designer, Collector and Supreme Tastemaker Karl Lagerfeld

The creative force behind brands like Chanel, Fendi and Chloé was as exacting in his interiors as he was in his clothing designs.

by Kareem Rashed
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Remembering Fashion Designer, Collector and Supreme Tastemaker Karl Lagerfeld

Brooklyn Artist Angel Otero’s Abstract Works Tell a Unique Story about Art and Heritage

In his current show at New York's Lehmann Maupin gallery, the Puerto Rican–born talent reveals new paintings with a semiautobiographical aspect.

by Hilarie M. Sheets
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Brooklyn Artist Angel Otero’s Abstract Works Tell a Unique Story about Art and Heritage

Step Inside Hervé Van der Straeten’s Jewel-Box Apartment on the Île Saint-Louis

The furniture designer and his fashion-world husband have decorated their Parisian pied-à-terre with an artfully arranged assemblage of covetable pieces both old and new.

by Ian Phillips | photos by Stephan Julliard
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Step Inside Hervé Van der Straeten’s Jewel-Box Apartment on the Île Saint-Louis

With Wit and Mischief, Hubert Le Gall Blurs the Line between Art and Avant-Garde Decor

In a lavish new book and a retrospective at New York’s Twenty First Gallery, the French furniture designer showcases his lively, fantastical style.

by Tim McKeough
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With Wit and Mischief, Hubert Le Gall Blurs the Line between Art and Avant-Garde Decor

Fawn Galli Embraces Creative Taboos Other Interior Designers Shun

The New York designer and self-proclaimed ex-party girl has a talent for changing people's perceptions of what is beautiful.

by Fred A. Bernstein
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Fawn Galli Embraces Creative Taboos Other Interior Designers Shun

Remembering Alessandro Mendini, a Towering Figure in Italian Design

Aided by photos taken of the maestro in his Milan studio, we honor the influential design talent who died last month at 87.

by Fred A. Bernstein | photos by Manfredi Gioacchini
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Remembering Alessandro Mendini, a Towering Figure in Italian Design

Designers of the Best Contemporary Outdoor Furniture Think Outside the Box

Young creatives are experimenting with surprising materials and forms and blurring the distinctions between indoors and out.

by Tim McKeough
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Designers of the Best Contemporary Outdoor Furniture Think Outside the Box

Proving It’s More Than Mansions, Palms and Beaches, a Storied Florida Playground Is Getting Serious about Art

The newly redesigned Norton Museum and other impressive exhibition spaces around Palm Beach are drawing art aficionados to the tony enclave year-round.

by Stephanie Murg
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Proving It’s More Than Mansions, Palms and Beaches, a Storied Florida Playground Is Getting Serious about Art

The Icons of American Design Are Celebrated Anew by Todd Merrill

The New York gallerist showcases studio furniture by such storied names as Wendell Castle, Vladimir Kagan and George Nakashima, as well as emerging contemporary designers.

by Pilar Viladas
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The Icons of American Design Are Celebrated Anew by Todd Merrill
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