The Resort: Like something from an alpine fairy tale, the Hôtel de Charme Les Airelles in Courchevel, France, is a chalet
One of Giorgetti’s latest creations is not at the Italian furniture maker’s New York Design Center showroom on Manhattan’s Lexington Avenu
Earlier this year, Hering Berlin—the German maker of porcelain plates and bowls found in the restaurants of Pierre Gagnaire and other top che
With its near-constant sunshine and numerous golf courses, the Southern California desert can prove irresistible—especially for those who
For nearly two decades Tracy Glover has been turning out kaleidoscopic Venetian-glass masterpieces in the form of light fixtures, vases, c
Adding a pizza oven to your existing outdoor kitchen used to be a cumbersome, costly initiative involving construction plans, land-use per
Italian accessory designer Cesare Paciotti did the inconceivable several seasons ago when he created a collection of men’s wing tips and cap-
The most recent collaboration between French designer Jean Boggio and Francis Chen, founder of Chinese porcelain manufacturer Franz Collectio
Eucalyptus, the most recent chandelier from Ochre, is emblematic of the lighting that has made this company the source for downtown-chic i
When Bobby Kennedy Jr.
The Chinaphiles at Gracie, established in 1898, have reinvented the firm for a more youthful, discriminating clientele.
During a trip to London in 1992, John Levitties wandered into a stall at one of the city’s antiques markets and came across an early-20th-
The stunning, sparsely populated Big Sur coast attracts those seeking the most leisurely of California lifestyles—no exception the retired
With the creative input from some of the world’s most of-the-moment designers, Moroso continues to introduce fascinatingly i
At May’s Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan, Mobilidea, the younger offshoot of the 105-year-old furniture company Medea, unveiled
A series of new pieces from Santa Fe–based Stone Forest blurs the line between art and function.
Aquarium designer Martin Schapira’s love affair with marine life began in the third grade.
During the Nazi occupation of his native Denmark, Henning Koppel (1918–1981) fled to Sweden with his wife and daughter, whom he supported as
Thanks to the Bahadorzadehs, a family of Iranian commodities traders specializing in steel, the exquisite table settings of Prouna