Steven Gambrel Takes Us inside His Storied Projects

Thoughtful compositions, superior craftsmanship and attention to detail are the hallmarks of the New York designer's work.

by Pilar Viladas
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Steven Gambrel Takes Us inside His Storied Projects

An L.A. Designer with a Star-Studded Client List Shares His Style Secrets

Paul Fortune has a roster of A-list clients, acerbic wit and decades of experience creating singular interiors.

by Pilar Viladas
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An L.A. Designer with a Star-Studded Client List Shares His Style Secrets

Before Art Deco Hit Miami Beach, Streamline Moderne Had Taken Over Chicago

The late Art Deco style — a hallmark of 20th-century design in the Midwest — hits the big time, once again, thanks to a just-opened museum show that's blowing away the Windy City.

by Ted Loos
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Piero Portaluppi Designed This Sumptuous House Next to Leonardo da Vinci’s Vineyard

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.

by Megan Cipollini | photos by Filippo Bamberghi
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Piero Portaluppi Designed This Sumptuous House Next to Leonardo da Vinci’s Vineyard

Studio Shamshiri Gives a Storybook California Cottage Singular Appeal

Designer Pamela Shamshiri took inspiration from Wes Anderson films when dreaming up the interiors for this 1906 family retreat.

by David A. Keeps
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Studio Shamshiri Gives a Storybook California Cottage Singular Appeal

From Art Deco to the Orient Express: the Legacy of René Prou

Despite his major influence on his peers, the French designer has been little known, until now.

by Ian Phillips
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From Art Deco to the Orient Express: the Legacy of René Prou

These Jewelry Designers Find Inspiration in Gems from the Past

Meet five modern makers and their antique touchstones.

by Kareem Rashed
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These Jewelry Designers Find Inspiration in Gems from the Past

When American Design First Went ‘Modern’

A new book takes a deep look at the pivotal decade when modernism became truly American.

by Cara Greenberg
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When American Design First Went ‘Modern’

Winold Reiss, an Unsung Decorator, Painter and Activist, Is Newly Appreciated

The German-born artist portrayed as his subjects Native Americans and notable figures of the Harlem Renaissance.

by Stephanie Murg
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Winold Reiss, an Unsung Decorator, Painter and Activist, Is Newly Appreciated
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