Before this era’s furniture gained recognition as timeless and iconic, it was considered just a trend that had fallen out of fashion.
by Cara Greenberg | photos by Tim Street Porter
Interior designer Carl D’Aquino and architect Francine Monaco are longtime partners with a penchant for bold colors and playful interiors.
by Fred A. Bernstein
Thanks to a bold, modern update by Ron Arad, the Washington, D.C., landmark with a scandalous past has an exciting future.
By Andrew Sessa
Forward-thinking design and sensuous materials are the hallmarks of the disco era's seating, which feels as sexy, comfortable and radical today as it did in its heyday.
by Marisa Bartolucci
In the second part of our roundup, we offer our favorite new books on architecture, fashion, furniture and jewelry.