Articles in Home and Design

The Hull Historical division of the Ft. Worth–based Brent Hull Companies—renowned for its top-tier...
The death of Rio de Janeiro native Oscar Niemeyer in December marked not only the conclusion of a...
Using an immersion-brewing technique that maintains precise control of temperature, pressure,...
Photo by Frank Oudeman
Shaping a raw, 20,000-square-foot space into a residence worthy of the Monets and Dalís that will...
The Portuguese furniture maker Boca do Lobo has taken two of its most popular designs—the Diamond...
Watch any episode of AMC’s television series Mad Men, and it’s impossible to ignore the cocktail...
Photo by Philippe Garcia
"Bruno Moinard’s a magician," says Sabina Belli, a former general manager of Veuve Clicquot...
Romeo Sozzi, the designing patriarch of the Lake Como–based furniture family that owns Promemoria,...
Progetto50 is a new kitchen collection from Toncelli that includes three tall cabinet styles, each...
When John Boone—who with his husband Christopher Lockwood owns John Boone Inc.—was searching for a...
Photo by Kristina Hrabetova
Lasvit, a Czech company dedicated to reviving the legendary art of fine Bohemian glass, has...
The Istanbul-based Armadi Art is famous for its over-the-top wall-mounted bathroom vanities (a...
The designs for the Prouna Geometrica tableware collection (www.prounausa.com) are based on simple...
In November, the Italian kitchen manufacturer Minotti Cucine was preparing to celebrate the grand...
Photo by Maggie Nimkin
For more than 30 years, the Manhattan-based architect Peter Marino (212.752.5444, www....
The industrial designer David Weeks, known for his signature lighting fixtures, is venturing into...
The jewelry designer Kimberly McDonald, known for her imaginative use of geodes set with diamonds...
Photo by Carpenters Workshop Gallery
Marc Newson’s sinuously biomorphic style has made him a star of industrial design. One of his...
THE GIFTA 60-piece set of Christofle Malmaison sterling-silver flatware embellished with diamonds...
American fans of Sir Edwin Lutyens’ (1869–1944) bespoke furniture, which has been available through...

Pages