Jee Levin and Randall Buck are artists who find inspiration in a myriad of images.
When billiard tables were first introduced, during the 15th century, they were covered in green felt to simulate the grassy lawns on which th
What the 911 Cabriolet is to summer driving, the new X-Series barbecues could be to summer grilling.
The 20th-Century French architect and designer Paul Dupré-Lafon created this circa-1935 architect’s desk for himself.
Not since the Middle Ages has chain mail looked so stylish.
A new residential resort on the central Pacific coast of Costa Rica will comprise 240 homes along the edge of the country’s most popular nati
Phillip Jeffries Ltd. was eco-chic back in 1976, before this idea caught marketing buzzword fire.
In Europe, B&B Italia has been selling outdoor furniture through its stable of international designers for years.
Imagine a bowl of ramen that suddenly comes to life, its tangled squiggles rising up and taking the shape of a chair.
French furniture designer Jean Bérenger de Nattes, who combines dark woods, metals, and 24-carat gilt bronze in his modern designs, has creat
Pristine Bay Resort, a second-home community located on the tropical island of Roatan nearly 35 miles off the coast of Honduras, will fini
The Galerie Van den Akker furniture gallery in midtown Manhattan has unveiled a collection of recently rediscovered 1960s and 1970s light
The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company is inviting its guests to put down roots.
To mark the silver anniversary of the opening of her first showroom, in Chicago, Holly Hunt has released a new line of limited-edition home f
The 100 block of Madison Avenue in New York is not known for having a calming effect on passersby.
Judith Sheindlin, known to fans of her popular courtroom TV show as Judge Judy, removes a cream-colored envelope from her desk drawer and
A house inevitably expresses the personality of its owner—for better or worse.
Open Architecture | From the beginning of the 32-month design-and-build process for this 32,000-square-foot home in Palm
In 1985, when Viscount David Linley founded the London-based furniture-design firm that bears his name, he wanted to rattle some cages.