Articles in Home and Design

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Since its origin as a saddle maker in 1837, Hermès has been regarded as one of the world’s premier...
The Japanese company INAX is pioneering new toilet concepts that transform the utilitarian fixture...
Pratesi, the renowned Italian linen company established more than a century ago, reinvented its...
Established in 1969, the Italian kitchen company GD Cucine has worked for years with real estate...
Since 1997, Craig Van Den Brulle has guided exquisite pieces by some of the 20th century’s best...
Snaidero USA has been serving up innovative kitchen designs for more than 60 years. From the...
Steuben glassware, based in Corning, N.Y., is introducing color into its collection of handmade...
Industrial designer Robert Brunner has partnered with Zephyr, which makes kitchen ranges, to...
Scandia Home’s bed linens—including traditional goose down comforters—can now be custom-ordered to...
The Florentine firm Baldi, which specializes in transforming precious metals and semiprecious...
Despite the fact that the venerable casual furniture company Janus et Cie has produced its own...
Serge de Troyer, a Belgian designer based in Miami, has made a name for himself and his eponymous...
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Signature: Clodagh, an Irish-born designer who goes by a single name, specializes in what she calls...
Signature: Hempel—an actress-turned-hotelier/designer—is known for her architectural approach to...
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Signature: “We create luxurious, understated interiors, no matter what the budget. We avoid flashy...
Signature: “Not allowing any two projects to look alike,” says Anthony Ingrao’s partner, Randy...
Signature: A committed modernist who believes in only the highest of luxury quotients, his work...
Signature: “My interiors have a neoclassical basis, but with a contemporary relation. Even when I...
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Signature: Perhaps because he began as a modernist (with a modernist’s sense of the needs of...
Signature: “We’re problem solvers,” says Lee Mindel rather modestly. But, as he points out, “The...

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