A protégé of John Pawson and Peter Eisenman, designer Jean-Gabriel Neukomm brings a deeply thoughtful, philosophical point of view to interior design.
From Morocco to Bali to Northern Michigan, this Chicago-based interior designer finds aesthetic inspiration wherever his travels take him.
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.
Petit proves no problem for French interior decorator Marianne Evennou, who excels at making the most of rooms and residences with the least square footage.
Firm principals David Dick and Krista Schrock bring to projects complementary points of view, reflected in interiors that blend old with new, hard with soft, formal with informal.
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 House at Beaverbrook — located just an hour from central London, in Surrey — features a design as notable as its lineage, courtesy of in-demand British decorator Susie Atkinson.
The residences that this dynamic husband-and-wife duo — he a fashion designer and creative director, she an interior decorator and antiquaire — have created for themselves are filled with a hauntingly beautiful, rule-breaking mix of furniture and fine art.
Now in its third decade but as vital as ever, the storied New York City decorating firm has devoted itself to celebrating the alchemy that can happen in an interior when old meets new.
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