A remarkable stillness seems to settle over the gracious, stone-edifice, richly windowed home in the Vestavia Hills neighborhood of Birmingham, Alabama, with interiors by Sean Anderson.
The world’s first residential remodel to earn Living Building Challenge certification, based on the performance categories of Place, Water, Energy, Health and Happiness, Materials, Equity, and Beauty, Loom House is the embodiment of impact design.
The beginning of the Venice House adventure dates back to 2015 when Jonathan King purchased two adjacent properties in the walk street neighborhood.
Founder of Manhattan firm MR Architecture + Décor, David Mann’s more minimal brand of architecture would seem, on the surface, at odds with 18th-century anything, not least the red-bricked house he shares with his partner Fritz Karch.
Everything Chicago interior designer Summer Thornton touches turns fun, fresh, and in the case of the Naples, Florida vacation house, a beachy fantasy allowing her maximalist tendencies to flourish.
Originally built in 1790, the John Lord House has aged gracefully, but not always cohesively, given its many changes in ownership over two centuries has been overhauled by designer Jennifer Bunsa of Miami-based Bunsa Studio.
With a new collection for Beni Rugs, the Morocco-based maker of customizable rugs that blend modern design with heritage quality, designer Athena Calderone—the lifestyle impresaria and creative engine behind the award-winning lifestyle site EyeSwoon—is once again flooring the world of contemporary design.
The adventure of LAUN started in 2018 when friends Rachel Bullock and Molly Purnell—who both have woodworking backgrounds—decided to combine their skills to design beautiful and functional products.
Kara Mann’s flair for materiality and architecture, and more importantly her feel for these things, are all present in what is effectively a lakehouse set on the Northshore of Lake Michigan.
Housed in the Biscuit Company Lofts building—which was erected in 1925 as the West Coast headquarters of the National Biscuit Company (Nabisco)—in Los Angeles’ Arts District, the 1,620-square-foot loft space was initially transformed into a two-bedroom apartment.