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  1. The Hull Historical division of the Ft. Worth–based Brent Hull Companies—renowned for its top-tier millwork and preservation—has unveiled the limited-edition Brent Hull Signature collection of...
  2. Balancing Act In Southern Norway’s seaside city of Kristiansand, whitewashed cottages line the shores. So while the owners of this strikingly contemporary retreat on an islet just off the mainland...
  3. Set in Stone When the owners of this recently completed home in Chelsea asked for something “luxurious but homey,” the London-based firm SHH Architects set about creating a contemporary environment...
  4. Since founding her eponymous company 15 years ago, the Los Angeles–based interior designer Joan Behnke has worked with myriad clients, from tycoons and professional athletes to the proprietors of...
  5. The death of Rio de Janeiro native Oscar Niemeyer in December marked not only the conclusion of a 76-year career for Brazil’s most influential architect, but also the end of an era for the country...
  6. 1} Charles Johnson Reconstituted limestone and a bronze “stem” form the 29-inch-tall cherry objet d’art, which has a base of weathered hemlock. $3,200. 914.330.5525, www.cajohnson.biz 2} Kenneth...
  7. Paris Lighting that is truly a glass act A Nathalie Pasqua–designed chandelier is more sculptural than functional, casting no more light than that emitted by a handful of birthday candles. And this...
  8. LORNE, AUSTRALIA Robert Mills completed Ocean House—his personal beach retreat—in late 2011, and when the architect is not in residence, he rents it to those desiring a rarefied base for their...
  9. Eighteen months’ growing time, from initial design to installation, brought this olive tree to its finished 40-foot height. The sculptural relief is the work of the London-based firm DKT Artworks,...
  10. Six years in the making, this 7,000-square-foot home in London’s upscale Chelsea neighborhood combines Art Deco–inspired elements with such modern touches as high-tech automated doors and state-of-...

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