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Maison Lune: A New Kind of Gallery

Sandrine Abessera and Lubov Azria have founded Maison Lune, a contemporary art and design gallery located in the heart of Venice, California. The space is

Yana Schafer’s East Coast Midcentury

Built in 1974 by locally renowned architect Lawrence Stern, the 6,000-square-foot Malyev Schafer-redesigned house was designer Yana Schafer’s perfect home that she shares with her

A Glamorous Private Oasis by KES Studio

Covering 2,498 square feet inside , the by KES Studio-designed penthouse also comprises a 4,267-square-foot terrace that offers 360-degree views of Los Angeles with a

In Common With: A Spirit of Collaboration

Seamless, sculptural forms characterize a collection that brings together the talent of design studio In Common With, founded by Nick Ozemba and Felicia Hung, and

Sophie Goineau: A Desert Feast for All Senses

Interior designer Sophie Goineau tackled the challenge of transforming a 5,000-square-foot space with a vision inspired by the “free architecture” of the midcentury, which is
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Kelly Wearstler Surreal Shifts

Consisting of eight designs in varied colors and custom shapes, Surreal Shifts, Kelly Wearstler’s ninth collaboration with The Rug Company, is no exception to her

Mitchell Freedland: Living with Art

Spread over 6,700 square feet, the three-bedroom house is split into five levels which each delimit a specific zone for living. The residence is comprised

L’Aviva Home: Craftsmanship at its Best

Initially launched with ottomans and pillows and inspired by the equestrian heritage of Colombia’s coffee-growing region, this series draws upon the area’s expert craftsmanship and

Sean Anderson: A Mood for Beauty

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