Before this era’s furniture gained recognition as timeless and iconic, it was considered just a trend that had fallen out of fashion.
Some ways you can commemorate the sesquicentennial of the great 20th-century American architect: Explore the Museum of Modern Art's comprehensive exhibition, decorate with Schumacher's new Wright collection, buy a piece of his furniture — or even an entire house.
“It’s impossible to be Iranian and not political," says the artist, whose textured, chaotic scenes are as seductive as they are rich in meaning.
He may line up projects in New York and Washington, D.C., but this son of a long-serving congressman keeps his interior design firm — and his heart — in Detroit.
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