Placing equal emphasis on traditional aesthetics and 21st-century desires, the New York designer creates homes that easily exceed their owners' dreams.
The Southern architect and founder of the studio bearing his name designs houses that perfectly reflect their locations and their owners' personalities.
A self-described "modern classicist," the San Antonio–based designer blends the traditional with the contemporary to create houses that blur the distinctions between past and present.
Honoring the island's historic vernacular while celebrating how people want to live (and play) there today, Boston-based Patrick Ahearn has masterminded the design, restoration and renovation of more than 200 homes and other buildings on Martha's Vineyard.
Fresh off his reimagining of New York City's celebrated Eleven Madison Park, the architect known for his masterful museum schemes has expanded his practice to include the design of interiors, furniture, decorative arts and graphics.
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?
Serving clients ranging from needy nonprofits to Manhattan's annual Armory Show to affluent homeowners, the New York City–based triumvirate of Tim Bade, Jane Stageberg and Martin Cox has carved out a niche for itself creating smart solutions to vexing, multidimensional design challenges.
Equally adept in architecture, interior design and decorating, New York–based creatives Greg Dufner and Daniel Heighes Wismer, of Dufner Heighes, have won clients aplenty with their signature combination of elegant restraint and embellished "wow" moments.
After nearly 50 years in New York City, the force behind the design gallery Moss — and its revolutionary treatment of retail merchandizing as museum curation — has emigrated. Together with his partner, Franklin Getchell, he's discovered a life of pastoral pleasures, plus shopping epiphanies aplenty, in suburban Connecticut.
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