Placing equal emphasis on traditional aesthetics and 21st-century desires, the New York designer creates homes that easily exceed their owners' dreams.
On the eve of a new exhibition just north of New York City, the nonagenarian contemporary-art icon talked with ‘Introspective’ about his long and ongoing career, the development of his signature style and his rather malleable definition of realism.
Adam Charlap Hyman and Andre Herrero, rising young design talents, are debuting a new, eclectic line of textiles.
The lazy days of August are a great time for clearing your mind — and enriching it with striking images and thoughtful reflections on design. You might not want to haul these books to the beach, but they're ideal for a quiet afternoon of daydreaming on the couch.
One of America’s preeminent Pop artists had a way with words as well as colors.
A group of color arbiters teaches us how to distinguish between iconic brands of paint, and not just by the amusing names of their pigments.
A new show at the Parrish Museum of Art, in Southampton, examines the ways in which photography and design both enhance and complicate each other.
From Morocco to Bali to Northern Michigan, this Chicago-based interior designer finds aesthetic inspiration wherever his travels take him.
The visionary designer was the first to create pieces that functioned as furniture but looked like art.
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