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For a Georgian-style farmhouse turned country weekend home in Millbrook, Conn., Greg Jordan transformed a former ballroom into an antiques
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When an adventurous client with an appetite for color teamed up with the architecture firm Shubin + Donaldson, the result was a vibrant ho
A significant residence does not simply burst onto the scene.
As she sidestepped shards of steel and gnarled clumps of wiring, Karen Bamford applauded herself for choosing blue jeans over a business s
In 1954, Mercedes-Benz rolled out a vehicle so unique and so revolutionary that it gained universal praise.
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Functional art is hardly a new concept.
Bill Harlan is a patient man.
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