Ben Macklowe of Macklowe Gallery aims to surprise and delight with his family business's new Manhattan showroom.
The designer is helping give Charleston, long associated with traditional decorating, a hipper rep.
Chicago’s Driehaus Museum revels in the world of French posters made in the rambunctious fin de siècle.
The Vitra Design Museum has opened the Schaudepot, a Herzog & de Meuron–designed space showcasing thousands of pieces by design legends of the 20th century and beyond.
Loved throughout history — except when it wasn't — majolica is once again finding its way into the consciousness of style-savvy collectors.
The storied dealer and his son combine a century-spanning knowledge of design and a sprinkling of dealers' superstition in their inspiring Paris shop.
The architect, real-estate developer and avid collector (of ceramics, art and more) has now turned to designing dramatic laser-cut jewelry, which he likens to wearable sculpture.
In a new book, the aesthetic arbiter and former New York gallerist Murray Moss reconsiders the life, work and legacy of the remarkable Danish silversmith, Georg Jensen.
An exhibition at Kelly Gallery on New York’s Upper East Side features perhaps the largest offering of its kind in the States: Sixty pieces of period French pottery — including items once owned by Karl Lagerfeld.
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