This Hotshot Duo Is the Design World’s Next Big Thing

Adam Charlap Hyman and Andre Herrero, rising young design talents, are debuting a new, eclectic line of textiles.

by Ted Loos | photos by William Laird
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This Hotshot Duo Is the Design World’s Next Big Thing

Julie Charbonneau Takes a Bespoke Approach to Clean-Lined Design

When it comes to authentic materials and quality craftsmanship, the Toronto-based designer accepts no substitutes.

by Jorge S. Arango
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Julie Charbonneau Takes a Bespoke Approach to Clean-Lined Design

A Brooklyn Prewar Is a Designing Mother and Son’s Last Collaboration

Gideon Mendelson is lovingly completing the project he and his mother were working on when she died unexpectedly — the apartment that was to be her home.

by Julie L. Belcove
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A Brooklyn Prewar Is a Designing Mother and Son’s Last Collaboration

Art Dealers Like Design, Too

These gallerists refuse to see a divide between art and design.

by Stephen Wallis
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Art Dealers Like Design, Too

Vincent Van Duysen Imbues Minimalism with Warmth

The Antwerp-based designer lends his unique touch to homes, boutiques and offices in Belgium, the United States and Germany, as well as furniture for B&B Italia and Molteni.

by Ian Phillips
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Vincent Van Duysen Imbues Minimalism with Warmth

‘Cultured’ Mag Founder Takes Us Inside Her Home and Her Mini Media Empire

The force behind an influential contemporary art and design magazine, enterprising entrepreneur Sarah Harrelson has just launched her company's latest addition to a collection of limited-edition objects, exclusively available online through 1stdibs.

by Meredith Mendelsohn
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‘Cultured’ Mag Founder Takes Us Inside Her Home and Her Mini Media Empire

More Than Ever, This Year’s Collective Design Is Pushing Boundaries

The groundbreaking contemporary New York fair — now in its sixth year — has changed venues and moved its date up by two months, to coincide with the Armory Show.

by Fred A. Bernstein
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More Than Ever, This Year’s Collective Design Is Pushing Boundaries

Meet the Couple behind the Chicest Franco-Florentine Design Gallery

The founders of Flair in Florence transformed a shared affinity for French vintage furniture into the city's most fashion-forward design gallery.

by Megan Cipollini | photos by Manfredi Gioacchini
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Meet the Couple behind the Chicest Franco-Florentine Design Gallery

How Chamber Became a Post-Gallery Design Enterprise

A groundbreaking New York dealer of contemporary fine design, Juan Garcia Mosqueda has closed his brick-and-mortar space and taken his inventory mostly online — while taking himself to Harvard's Graduate School of Design.

by Andrew Sessa
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How Chamber Became a Post-Gallery Design Enterprise
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