The Creator of L.A.’s Most Iconic Houses Wasn’t Even an Architect

Michael Boyd digs into the aesthetic legacy of mid-century-modern Southern California designer Craig Ellwood.

by Cara Greenberg
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Martyn Lawrence Bullard Welcomes You to the Hotel Californian

A Spanish Colonial Revival gem in the heart of Santa Barbara has been reborn as a luxurious new boutique hotel.

by Andrew Sessa
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Palm Springs As You’ve Never Seen It Before

Photographer Tim Street-Porter explores some of the most notable residences in a city that is dear to his heart.

by David A. Keeps
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Meet the Couple behind the Chicest Franco-Florentine Design Gallery

The founders of Flair in Florence transformed a shared affinity for French vintage furniture into the city's most fashion-forward design gallery.

by Megan Cipollini | photos by Manfredi Gioacchini
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Patrick Seguin Has Turned His Passion for Jean Prouvé into a Mission

The Paris and London gallerist focuses on mid-century design by the French architect and his blue-chip cohorts — Charlotte Perriand, Jean Royère, Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret, among them.

by Laurie Hurwitz | photos by Lesley Unruh
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How a Mid-Century Office Building Became a High-Style Hotel

The trio behind the design firm Workstead have reimagined a 1960s Charleston, South Carolina, federal building as an old-meets-new emblem of a look they call southern modernism.

by Andrew Sessa
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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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Jean Prouvé’s Humble Prefab Homes Are Now Highly Sought After

The French modernist made temporary, transportable residences that were intended for refugees. Today, those structures are collector trophies. Now, one is available on 1stdibs.

by Fred A. Bernstein
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How One Chair Rocked Its Way Into Hearts and History

The noted design historian explores the origins of the rocking chair, a quintessentially American piece of furniture that is still going strong after 300 years.

by Witold Rybczynski
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