When it comes to authentic materials and quality craftsmanship, the Toronto-based designer accepts no substitutes.
Before this era’s furniture gained recognition as timeless and iconic, it was considered just a trend that had fallen out of fashion.
The pair of Danish designers known as SPACE Copenhagen export their coolly comfortable style to Soho at the new 11 Howard hotel.
From among the countless treasures on offer on the 10th floor of the NYDC, we've selected 21 special holiday offerings, ranging from a lovely collection of Rörstrand ceramics by the gifted creator Gunnar Nylund to a rare and super-chic cathedral-style bronze mirror by the singular Gabriella Crespi.
Ready for reinvention, the acclaimed architect has put his ultra-glamorous, design-filled New York City penthouse up for sale.
During the Salone del Mobile last spring, Nina Yashar, the founder of Milan's style-setting gallery Nilufar, debuted a dazzling three-level installation in her depot outside the city. Now she's using it to showcase her signature juxtapositions of highly covetable vintage furnishings and contemporary commissions.
The author of the new book Living in Style Scandinavia reflects on the elusive essence of her region's famous and oft-emulated aesthetic — beyond the iconic design pieces we all know and love — and offers a primer on how it can be channeled in any home, anywhere, well beyond the borders of Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden.
Joop Schot has taken his love of vintage Dutch, Italian and Scandinavian design to the extreme, amassing a formidable collection of 10,000 pieces. Now, the prewar building in the Dutch town of Bergen Op Zoom — which houses his gallery Art Broker Design — is packed to the brim with mid-century furnishings.
Years at the top of the real-estate business didn't completely fulfill Dunham. That is, until he redesigned and transformed one of his own properties. Now, the L.A.-based firm Peter Dunham Design satisfies the man and his countless admirers alike.
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