A protégé of John Pawson and Peter Eisenman, designer Jean-Gabriel Neukomm brings a deeply thoughtful, philosophical point of view to interior design.
The New York designer — who counts Robert Downey Jr., among his high-flying clients — creates intriguing but serene interiors that are neither neutral nor over the top.
Descendant of a noble European family and daughter of a former editor of French Vogue, this peripatetic decorator is almost as fond of switching apartments as she is of colorfully decorating the homes and offices of her high-flying clients.
He may have switched careers, but the former studio vice president is still playing a vital role in the lives of show business luminaries.
The partners in the London and New York firm Michaelis Boyd have fun with their projects and steer clear of the conventional, usual and expected.
The Belgian designer's custom interiors put a fresh spin on the age-old concept, which emphasizes warmth, comfort and good cheer.
The New York gallerist has a passion for the unexpected, a knack for identifying talent and a skill for timing it all just right. On view now: exhilarating new works by Brian Thoreen.
The French furniture and jewelry creator, whose clients include celebrities and fashion luminaries, focuses on fun and ignores trends. That approach is paying off.
Steven M. Price tells the tale of Trousdale Estates, a neighborhood of mid-century architectural gems and celebrity residents.
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