Here’s what happens when minimalism meets Danish design.
Architect and designer Jeffery Povero transformed the good bones of a gracious loft into a welcoming space for a couple with two young children.
The 17-story tower features interior aesthetics that embrace modern, pared-down living drenched in ocean views, natural light, and sea breezes.
Come for the dancing vase, stay for the Peter Gabriel anecdote.
Carolina von Humboldt occupies spaces on two floors of the 1910 Upper East Side Beaux-Arts mansion where the film’s titular character lived.
A designer and his husband fell in love with an alluring 1922 Colonial in Bronxville that they knew needed work — they just didn’t know how much.
Interior designer Jessica Ayromloo combined a clean, contemporary black-and-white palette with a side of color and a riff on Memphis design.
A Clinton Hill townhouse that mixes pared-down design with a blend of cultural influences.
Textile artist Liz Collins curated portraits by 95 queer artists to create an totally transformative experience.
From the International Contemporary Furniture Fair to Sight Unseen, and the venues in between.
It’s not often that a renovation, even a gut, entails this dramatic a change.
The challenge: Turn a blank slate into a high-design home. In eight weeks. For charity. Two designers explain their creative processes.
Danish Brand Vipp’s third-generation owners live in a loft with their wares on display.
This year’s Salone del Mobile was the most energized, bountiful, and populated of design happenings in recent memory.
“Rooms can become livable works of art,” says Doug Meyer.
The nondescript brick exterior of artist Leonardo Drew’s studio gives no hint of what’s inside.
While the goal was to highlight the clients’ art collection, the designers didn’t want to “create a typical white-box Chelsea-gallery aesthetic.”
Preview the poodles and Roman busts from Peggy and David Rockefeller’s townhouse and various country estates, available at Christie’s starting May 8.
Designer Laura Santos decorated a Tribeca apartment for clients who played up the previous owners’ wood-centric architecture.
“This has been an enormous decision,” she says.
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