The houses from this New York studio cloak modernist tendencies within what are often more traditional trappings.
A new exhibition at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art draws back the veil on the Sea Ranch, a rarely seen 1960s California community whose vernacular architecture and ecological sensitivity were radical for the time.
The Southern architect and founder of the studio bearing his name designs houses that perfectly reflect their locations and their owners' personalities.
The indomitable editor and aesthetic arbiter Paige Rense ran the design bible for nearly four decades, defining the taste of several generations.
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.
Working from his studios in Chicago and New York City, Dirk Denison designs residences that are uniquely tailored to the individuals who call them home.
Following the recent reissue of some of his most prized furniture designs — now available on 1stdibs — Introspective gets an exclusive glimpse into the Milan palazzo where the famed Italian architect once lived.
Placing equal emphasis on traditional aesthetics and 21st-century desires, the New York designer creates homes that easily exceed their owners' dreams.
The North Carolina architecture firm creates homes rooted in history yet with a contemporary spirit.
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