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Back Page: Well Rounded
Real estate developers used to believe that the mere presence of the royal and ancient game of golf...
Appliances: Full Grill Ahead
Kitchens have become an American obsession. Homeowners are opening them to adjacent rooms,...
Furnishings: Top of the Glass
When english glassmaker Frederick Carder established Steuben Glass in 1903 in Steuben County, N.Y...
Robb Report's Best Places to Live
Best Place to Live for Entertainment PALM BEACH. Like its many glamorous residents, Palm Beach is...
Best Things First: Flower Power
Florist extraordinaire Michael George (212.883.0304, www.michaelgeorge flowers.com ) never packs a...
The Best of the Best 2003: Interior Designer - Nicky Haslam
“I think traditional style is the best,” says Nicky Haslam, who has decorated for the best, from...
The Best of the Best 2003: Landscape Architects - Oehme, van Sweden & Associates
Over the past 25 years, Wolfgang Oehme and James van Sweden have stealthily revolutionized the...
The Best of the Best 2003: Furnishings - Ralph Pucci International
In the 1970s Ralph Pucci took his parents’ mannequin repair business and transformed it into a...
The Best of the Best 2003: Home Automation - Lutron HomeWorks with HomeServe
A slew of companies offer lighting control, but none matches the versatility of Lutron’s HomeWorks...
The Best of the Best 2003: Home Automation - Crestron MP2E
The true measuring stick of a home automation system is the controller—not the visible touchpanels...
The Best of the Best 2003: Appliances - Boffi Soho
For proof that the Italians are still on the cutting edge of kitchen design, look no further than...
The Best of The Best 2003: Furnishings - Barcelona
Few pieces of furniture are as voluptuous as the chaise longue—it is the prime perch for lounging...
The Best of the Best 2003: Furnishings - Janus et Cie
“I signed a lease at the Pacific Design Center before I knew what I was going to sell,” jokes...
The Best of the Best 2003: Appliances - Samsung HomePAD Internet Refrigerator
Move over, professional range. The Internet refrigerator is taking control of the kitchen. The...
Furnishings: Dressed to the Nights
Luxury bed linens are not a high priority for many men, but they should be. Creating a deluxe zone...
Robb Design Portfolio: Simple Spheres
“I’m addicted to simple forms—ovals, spheres, and squares,” says John Eric Byers. His furniture is...
Back Page: On Spec and Span
Building and furnishing a multimillion-dollar house can be a daunting endeavor involving thousands...
Appliances: Testing Grounds
THE KITCHEN was the center of attention in Atlanta last November, when the first Insperience Studio...
Super Structure, The 2003 Ultimate Home Tour, Part I
A home is not merely an assemblage of rooms. Rather, it is the consequence of a series of decisions...
Super Structure, The 2003 Ultimate Home Tour, Part II
Screening Room Yolanda Hadid is not a design professional, but she is no stranger to the world of...
Appliances: The Küppersbusch Cometh
Küppersbusch (kewp-puhrs-boosh), a deluxe line of ultrasleek cooktops and ovens, is the latest of...
Cars, Cigars, and Stars
“They are young and fun,” says interior designer Susan Cohen. “They wanted a house with a sense of...
Appliances: Dream Machines
"Design is not form OR function—it’s the aesthetic synthesis of the two," says Ferdinand A. Porsche...
Furnishings: An American Trans-Modern Man
With the launch this year of a new Tibetan rug collection for Aga John, a decorative ceramic tile...
Draped in Splendor
Manhattanite Jean-Marie Lusk had an unusual request for her interior designer. "I want to be able...
Furnishings: Cutting a Rug
Modern rugs are not new. Rugs woven by artists are not new, either—Picasso, Andy Warhol, and Roy...
Appliances: Internet on Ice
The old-fashioned icebox was a simple concept—a place for cold storage. Do not expect the new...
Home Entertainment: Two in a Million
Most early adopters, people who installed home cinemas a decade or more before DVD and high-...
Feature: The Midas Touch
Leave it to Alec Gores to turn everything he touches into gold. Since 1992, the chairman of the Los...
Feature: The White Tornado
Remember the white tornado? That muscular but friendly force clad in tight, bright white, who swept...
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