Articles in Home and Design

The Toby small teak lantern ($595) is one of more than two dozen items inspired by Ralph Lauren’s...
Photo by Clemens Kois
Bologneser ($7,500 each), a new polyhedron work from the Viennese designer Tino Valentinitsch, is...
Photo by Paul S. Bartholomew
Alexandra Champalimaud has brought her refined modern style to Philadelphia with her redesign of...
Art Basel in Miami Beach launched in 2002 as an extension of the more conservative Art Basel that...
Photo by Stephane Muratet
Twenty years ago, the area around NE 40th Street was one of the last places in Miami one would...
Photo by Michael Weber
1} St. Regis  At the city’s northern tip, directly across from the Bal Harbour Shops, this 227-room...
The new Arteriors showroom, which opened earlier this month on the corner of Melrose Avenue and...
Resource Furniture, a 14-year-old distributor that specializes in multifunctional pieces that...
The U.S. exhibition of The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk (...
Photo by Jan Schünke
In spring 2012, Meissen unveiled its new Villa Meissen headquarters (+39.02.894.237.25, www.meissen...
Photo by DRIVING FORCE: EUGENE GOLOGURSKY/GETTY IMAGES
Car companies joined the action at Art Basel, with Maserati debuting its new Ghibli (from $66,900)...
Just blocks away from the Design District but separated by Interstate 195, the newly announced...
One of Art Basel 2013’s most talked-about pieces, constructed by Louis Vuitton, celebrated the...
Photo by Iwan Baan
With benefaction from the Related Group’s Jorge Pérez, who donated funds and artworks totaling $40...
A 65,700-square-foot tent across from Art Basel’s exhibition space at the Miami Beach Convention...
Photo by Ray Main
When a 200-acre parcel in North Yorkshire, ­England, came up for sale, a local couple in their...
Photo by Pietro Savorelli
In a city known for its Renaissance architecture, the Florence-based Archea Associati continuously...
One New York’s first power substations, which once distributed power to the subway trains below...
In the early 20th century, Philadelphia native William Glackens—a realist painter often called the...
After two years of ongoing renovations at Hollywood’s iconic Beverly Hills Hotel, New York–based...

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