The 425-year-old French crystal manufacturer Saint-Louis, now owned by Hermès, has invited six artisans to reinterpret two traditional shapes from the Saint-Louis archives.
Furniture craftsman Robin Wade believes in leaving well enough alone.
In February, during Duravit’s biennial bash at the company’s Philippe Starck–designed headquarters in Hornberg, Germany, world-renowned designers and other guests enjoyed free-flowing Ch
The exquisitely crafted furniture of Istanbul-based Dorya is so well regarded in its native country that the office of the Turkish president recently commissione
The fashion-conscious Italian mosaic firm Sicis has teamed up with famed French couturier Christian Lacroix to produce a new line of furniture that highlights the designer’s signature affinity for
There’s a natural flirtatiousness to the furniture of Janet Morais, a New York–born interior designer and brand manager who established Koket—on the strength of her nickname, “Janette la coquette”
In 2008, when the hammer fell at Sotheby’s London on an elaborate 1880s parcel gilt partner’s desk, the price was almost 50,000 pounds (about $82,000).
This shapely 6-foot-9-inch armoire—commissioned from Dutch designer Tord Boontje by Meta, an offshoot of the Mallett gallery (212.249.8664, +44.20.7495.5375,
Catering to what it calls the "in-out" lifestyle, French furniture company Sifas created Kwadra (www.sifasusa.com),
When Dedon debuted its 2011 outdoor furniture collections earlier this year, the German company went global: Transporting its handmade designs to some of the world’s most exotic destinat