1970s Corporate America Has Never Looked So Chic

Photographer Susan Ressler revisits the office life of decades past, whose style still resonates.

by David A. Keeps
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This Portuguese Designer Carves out Chic Spaces in Historic Homes

Get to know glamorous Lisbon-based interior designer Cristina Jorge de Carvalho, whose luxe interiors adroitly balance historic and modern.

by Cara Greenberg
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The Coiner of “Mid-Century Modernism’” Recalls the Movement’s First Comeback

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
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Victoria Hagan’s Palm Beach Shopping Spree

The designer is known for her elegant, subdued interiors, but on a hunt for antique and vintage gems, she shows her exuberant side.

by Pamela Fiori | photos by Jessica Klewicki Glynn
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Design Duo D’Aquino Monaco Creates Smile-Worthy Spaces

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
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Two MoMA Design Shows Explore Ways of Living

The exhibitions look at daily life in very different ways: via mid-century modernist interiors and through temporary homes for refugees.

by Fred A. Bernstein
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Off-the-Beaten-Path Dealers Offer Antiques That Are Unequivocally on the Mark

Lose the big-city chauvinism and meet some of the 1stdibs galleries that are making it work in less-likely locales.

by Cara Greenberg
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The Site-Specific Style of Thad Hayes

A connection to nature and training in landscape design inform the aesthetic of this sought-after Louisiana-born, Manhattan-based decorator.

by Amanda Benchley
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See the High-Style 1970s Home of a Renowned New York Preservationist

We offer the first public peek at a Joe D’Urso–designed Upper West Side apartment that hasn’t been touched in 40 years — and discover the many lessons both the space and its owners, Arlene and Bruce Simon, have to teach.

by Glenn Gissler
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