Take a Rarefied Tour of New York City’s Most Unforgettable Homes

Wendy Moonan steps inside extraordinary interiors across the city and shares the details of their design in a new book.

by Pilar Viladas
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Take a Rarefied Tour of New York City’s Most Unforgettable Homes

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

Rooms We Love: 11 Splendid Living Rooms

Common wisdom used to declare the kitchen the hub of the house. These days, the living room seems to have assumed the role of domestic focal point. Unlike the Victorian parlor, stiffly furnished and reserved for guests, today’s living room is a central place for reading, conversation and, well, living, with furnishings that lend themselves to both casual lounging and elegant entertaining.

by Cara Greenberg
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Rooms We Love: 11 Splendid Living Rooms

Tour Jake Gyllenhaal’s Art- and Design-Filled New York Office

Hip, stylish and a little bit noir, the actor and producer's Ashe + Leandro–designed Soho workspace is all an indie film company headquarters should be.

by Cara Greenberg | photos by Matthew Williams
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Tour Jake Gyllenhaal’s Art- and Design-Filled New York Office

Experience the Poetry of a Bobby McAlpine Home

The Southern architect and founder of the studio bearing his name designs houses that perfectly reflect their locations and their owners' personalities.

by Pilar Viladas
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Experience the Poetry of a Bobby McAlpine Home

Barnaba Fornasetti’s Hallucinatory House Has His Father’s Spirit

Behind a nondescript facade in northeastern Milan is the magical residence of Barnaba Fornasetti. It's a shrine to the style developed by his design-legend father, which still defies categorization.

by Jorge S. Arango | photos by Oberto Gili
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Barnaba Fornasetti’s Hallucinatory House Has His Father’s Spirit

Billy Cotton Layers His Interiors with Lived-In Comfort

The Brooklyn-based designer is adept at styles ranging from austere to over-the-top, espousing an architectural, detail-oriented approach also evident in his line of furniture and lighting.

by Fred A. Bernstein | photos by Stephen Kent Johnson
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Billy Cotton Layers His Interiors with Lived-In Comfort

How the Queen of ‘Architectural Digest’ Turned the Magazine into a Powerhouse

The indomitable editor and aesthetic arbiter Paige Rense ran the design bible for nearly four decades, defining the taste of several generations.

by Pilar Viladas
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How the Queen of ‘Architectural Digest’ Turned the Magazine into a Powerhouse

The Met’s Latest Blockbuster Tells a Powerful Story through 230 Jewels

A captivating show at the Manhattan museum explores how jewelry has ornamented the body through the millennia — and redefines it as high art.

by Paula Weideger
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The Met’s Latest Blockbuster Tells a Powerful Story through 230 Jewels
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