Eleven years after his celebrated NYBG show, the glass artist has placed brand-new and well-known works amid the changing seasonal landscape.
Interior designer Carl D’Aquino and architect Francine Monaco are longtime partners with a penchant for bold colors and playful interiors.
The designer displays a predilection for quiet sophistication in her interiors and her string of new furnishings collections.
With its surprising mix of mid-century and select contemporary pieces, the Apartment, owned by decorator and dealer Tina Seidenfaden Busck, is the ultimate furniture showroom.
He served as artistic director for the renowned Murano glassmaker for only two years in the early 1930s, yet a new book reveals how influential the antiquity-obsessed young architect Tomaso Buzzi was in pushing Venini in new stylistic and technical directions.
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