The pioneering New York studio UrbanGlass — which celebrates its 40th anniversary this year — has served as an idea incubator and workshop for the likes of Robert Rauschenberg and Dale Chihuly. Today, it supports a thriving new generation of artists.
As creative director of Il Pellicano — her family's 50-year-old Tuscan Coast retreat — the Rhode Island School of Design–trained architect has smartly and sensitively reimagined a mid-century legend for a contemporary clientele.
Eleven years after his celebrated NYBG show, the glass artist has placed brand-new and well-known works amid the changing seasonal landscape.
From menswear to posh homes to luxury stores, the Architecture at Large founder dives into every endeavor with excitement and an open mind.
The designer and DIY entrepreneur’s first major fashion retrospective, at the RISD Museum, in Providence, showcases his era-defining creations in an appropriately spangle-covered setting.
Interior designer, collector and philanthropist Glenn Gissler has assigned himself an ambitious goal: donating 1,000 objects to the museum at the Rhode Island School of Design. So far, he’s at 200-plus, and counting.
Drawing on a wide network of young artists and her training as a painter, San Francisco interior designer Lauren Geremia is quickly making a name for herself with projects that include the offices of Dropbox and Instagram.
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