"Cima del mundo," a Spanish phrase meaning "top of the world,"
Old traditions die hard or—as a growing number of savvy European firms are demonstrating—reinvent themselves.
It took three years to finish the Theo Kalomirakis–designed hom
“Richard Neutra told me long ago that architecture must keep up with the times,” says David L. Davies, the owner of a taut, planar, white stucco house that Neutra designed in San Francisco.
When Harvard Medical School psychiatrist/psychoanalyst Martha Stark realized that she was allergic to pollen and grasses, she began studying the effects of environmental impurities on mental and p
Pierre Lahalle and Georges Levard created some of the most exotic furniture of the early Art Deco period, but only a handful of French connoisseurs were familiar with their work.
Adele Cygelman, Robb Report’s home and design editor and editor of The Robb Report Collection, along with photographer Erica Lennard, reveals some of Los Angeles’ most intimate green spaces in Sec
Beth Edwards Harris and her husband, Brent Harris, had no intention of purchasing the Kaufmann house when they first visited it in 1992—nor could they envision the years and millions of dollars th
Most furniture collections, like runway fashions, are unveiled in the spring and fall. This year, the two genres share more than seasonal schedules.
“When a design is perfect, it does not age,” says Dominique Facon, senior marketing director of Porcher.
Troy Adams of Studio Becker is best known for his fusion kitchen designs that bring together influences from the East and West.
Tuscans are known for their headstrong love of life, food, language, and all things Tuscan.
A bathroom can be a sanctuary, but it can still be dynamic," says Bruce T. Linthicum, design director/residential of Marc-Michaels Interior Design.
With people spending more time at home, kitchens and baths are beginning to receive the attention they deserve.
The style of the Greenwich, Conn., house, which was built in the 1910s, is Italianate, and that is the theme that interior designer Connie Beale ran with.
While moonlighting as an audio-visual consultant, Lewis Lipnick, the contrabassoonist for the National Symphony Orchestra, had designed sound systems for clients including architect Richard Meier
On Jupiter Island, light and airy are the bywords, all the better to view the Intracoastal Waterway and South Florida’s palmy vegetation.
“I work within my personal line of elegance and thinking, my personal line of life,” muses Piero Lissoni.
“Florida is flat as a pancake. You must build with a strong skyline to give your buildings character....The landscape gives you no help in Florida.
“I want to get away from the predictable in British interiors and introduce confidence, color, wit, and glamour,” pronounces Mark Humphrey.