Behind a nondescript facade in northeastern Milan is the magical residence of Barnaba Fornasetti. It's a shrine to the style developed by his design-legend father, which still defies categorization.
Israeli-born, New York City-based Ghiora Aharoni combines different disciplines and influences in his creations for a highly discriminating clientele.
The Massachusetts-born, Bay Area–based interior designer brings a unique perspective to his craft, creating spaces as intriguing as they are inviting.
When it comes to holiday gifts, it’s hard to go wrong with a beautiful and smart book — especially compared with a chunky sweater or a dreary gift certificate. You’d have to be pretty Scrooge-like indeed to turn up your nose at the following six volumes, which take the world of design seriously, but not too soberly. All demonstrate the magic that can happen when the elements of the physical world are arranged just so. Something transcendent occurs, and isn’t that what the holidays are all about?
The self-described "terrible employee" has managed to build a thriving business creating everything from objets to interiors.
With his studio's just-opened exhibition at the Smithsonian's Cooper Hewitt museum, Joris Laarman is bringing the future of design to New York, sharing with a new audience his seamless welding of craft and technology.
Composition and balance are the watchwords of this Los Angeles creative, who considers herself an interpreter of her clients' personal styles — the farthest thing from a design dictator.
Equally adept at decorating in traditional, modern and contemporary styles, the London-based aesthete uses his impeccably trained eye and carefully cultivated drawing skills to create houses as special as their sophisticated owners.
As creative director of Il Pellicano — her family's 50-year-old Tuscan Coast retreat — the Rhode Island School of Design–trained architect has smartly and sensitively reimagined a mid-century legend for a contemporary clientele.
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