For proof that the Italians are still on the cutting edge of kitchen design, look no further than Boffi.
As a boy growing up in England, James Dyson’s fascination with vacuum cleaners began with the high-pitched scream of the motor and the odor of dust that permeated the room.
Few pieces of furniture are as voluptuous as the chaise longue—it is the prime perch for lounging around and daydreaming. And few are as impractical as the Barcelona daybed.
“I signed a lease at the Pacific Design Center before I knew what I was going to sell,” jokes Janice Feldman, founder of Janus et Cie.
Since 1974, Gerard Widdershoven has guided New Yorkers in their pursuit of Art Deco delights. He helped form the Walter Chrysler Jr.
Suspend your judgment for a moment. U-vola, the bizarre-looking watermelon-shaped speaker from Italy, is not a passing gimmick.
Move over, professional range. The Internet refrigerator is taking control of the kitchen.
Very old spirits are always very expensive, which is not surprising, considering that their maker’s capital is tied up in a wooden cask for many years.
In the heart of Switzerland’s Jura Mountains lies the Vallée de Joux, a small basin that is encircled by dense forests and blanketed with a heavy coat of snow and ice for nearly six months of the
Platinum equity’s exterior, what little there is of it, could not be more generic: an unassuming door in an office building in Century City, a commercial cluster of high-rises in West Los Angeles.