Instead of adhering to one era or aesthetic, the New Yorker prefers to create singular spaces that include new, vintage and custom pieces, plus plenty of art.
Heading to Florida for the art and design fairs in early December? Make time on your schedule to visit a newly opened exhibition that examines the movement's migration from Europe to America, and its evolution from niche to universal appeal.
Incorporating a certain sensual sensibility as well as Middle Eastern motifs, the work of the Iranian-born, New York–based Gisue and Mojgan Hariri takes strict modernism in a more expressive direction.
The designer mixes heirloom pieces and new favorites to create a traditional-with-a-twist holiday setting.
The aesthetic arbiter extraordinaire talks to Introspective about her love of nature, her eye for antiques and her lack of interest in designing homes for anyone other than herself.
Parisian designers Victor Grandpierre and Georges Geffroy came from fashion backgrounds, which made them exceptionally well suited to create interiors for Dior.
When he's creating a new piece, Aldo Bakker lets his feelings and creativity guide him.
Now available through the 1stdibs storefront of Maharam, Claudy Jongstra's pieces are as much art as they are fabric.
The artist who claimed to be superficial continues to intrigue audiences more than 30 years after his death.
Thoughtful compositions, superior craftsmanship and attention to detail are the hallmarks of the New York designer's work.
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