Many of these projects are highlighted in the forthcoming book From Palm Beach to Shangri La: The Architecture of Marion Sims Wyeth (Rizzoli) by Jane S. Day. The exuberant tome, a paean to Marion Sims Wyeth and historic preservation, gives overdue recognition to an architect who is too little considered in contemporary times.
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.
Originally from Washington D.C., Ian Felton grew up in a family where creativity and curiosity for other cultures prevailed. He attended Montessori schools and spent time in Latin America with his family.
On view through July 24, 2021, this exhibition showcases new and site-specific contemporary art and design works by 18 international artists taking place in Luss House, the former residence of Gerald Luss in Ossining, New York.
1401 San Remo Drive is the perfect spot for a staycation in Pacific Palisade. A retreat that was built and masterfully designed for actor, writer, and producer Matt Damon and Luciana Barroso, by Grant Kirkpatrick of Los Angeles-based KAA Design in 2004.
Laura Aviva’s New York City design studio L’Aviva Home combines luxury and savoir-faire through handmade objects with soul.
Beijing-born and New York-based Sean Zhang, who leads Ocrùm, creates furniture, lighting, mirror and decorative accessories collections with a high level of precision
Whether through sculpture, tableware, lighting or furniture, these creative minds express their passion for the handmade.
Jae Joo of Jae Joo Designs and her husband toured the entire Tribeca neighborhood to find their perfect home, which is located in a very quiet area, only a three-minute walk to animated downtown Manhattan.
The Woolworth Tower Residences gives rise to one of the more enticing real estate opportunities that one might imagine. That is, to own a piece of history while living like royalty in the luxury-condo equivalent of a “Castle in the Sky.” Is there a better, more spectacular prospect?