Fiammetta Vanelli Brings Noble Carrara Marble into the Future

The artistically minded entrepreneur mines her family’s marble quarry to create beautiful objects that honor Italian history and quality craftsmanship.

by Jorge S. Arango
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Fiammetta Vanelli Brings Noble Carrara Marble into the Future

Massimo Listri Carves out a Singular Home in Florence

The architectural lensman is famed for his depictions of palatial spaces. Here, he shares exclusive photographs of his own labyrinthine apartment and tells us about its eclectic rooms.

by Megan Cipollini | photos by Massimo Listri
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Massimo Listri Carves out a Singular Home in Florence

Where Connoisseurs Go for French Architectural Salvage

Samuel Roger tells us how his business Origines — housed on the site of a reclaimed factory and farm in the French countryside — came to be the premier source of marble fireplaces, stone garden ornaments and other prized architectural antiquities.

by Roslyn Sulcas | photos by Stephan Julliard
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Where Connoisseurs Go for French Architectural Salvage

A Modern-Day Recast of Rodin and His Musée

In addition to refurbishing parquet floors warped by the weight of The Kiss, the Paris museum has re-created Auguste Rodin’s original studio in a setting that's worthy of the master's epic statuary.

by Emily Nathan
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A Modern-Day Recast of Rodin and His Musée

Elizabeth Turk Has a Genius for Marble

From her studio inside a Southern California stone yard, the MacArthur fellow is making marble sculpture new again, pushing the ancient material in directions no one had previously dared.

by Keith Plocek
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Elizabeth Turk Has a Genius for Marble

A Master Sculptor Rediscovered in Plain Day

Impressively prolific, the Israeli-born, New York–based artist Hanna Eshel long worked under the radar. Suddenly, she’s enjoying newfound attention from two Manhattan galleries.

by Meghan Dailey
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A Master Sculptor Rediscovered in Plain Day

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