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LORO PIANA Revamping the interiors of Villa Cima, located within Villa d’Este and on the shores of Lake Como, has been one of the most challenging and rewarding projects undertaken by Loro Piana Interiors. Built in 1815, the tiny, graceful villa has become a soughtafter retreat for the cognoscenti. Loro Piana Interiors refreshed all the interiors and the villa’s beautiful terraces, respecting the building’s charming original architecture. Velvets, linens, silks and a touch of cashmere, all emblematic of our unique textile heritage, were employed in a palette of reds and burnt shades that resonate with the villa’s exterior walls, while blues and malachite evoke the hues of the lake. BROWSE THE COLLEC TION


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ARTERIORS

Artful and abstract, the Crafted Utopia Collection by Arteriors marks a soulful revival of modernist allure. The bold forms span the spectrum of design, from lighting to case goods to accessories. Materials include mixed metals and rich woods, marbles, and softly rounded upholstery shapes which are all deftly combined to create a collection that harkens back to the early days of minimal modernism in design. 4


ARTISTIC TILE Textura D’Oro, the newest introduction from Artistic Tile, brings handbrushed gold leafing to marble tile. The gold is applied by artisans, making each piece a unique composition. Part of the Textura Collection, Textura D’Oro is the latest in a range of textured field tile, mosaics, and decorative items from Artistic Tile that provide designers with truly luxurious options.

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CONTENTS BRIEFS Pages 7-77

The latest on Barry Goralnick, Workshop/APD, Kathleen Hay, Jesse Carrier and Mara Miller, Matthew Patrick Smyth, and more.

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Island Idyll

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MASTHEAD EDITOR Michael Boodro CREATIVE DIRECTOR Florentino Pamintuan PRODUCTION COORDINATOR William Kirk EDITORIAL ADVISOR Rebecca Birdwell

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WAT ERWOR K S Thank you to the Craftsmen, the Engineers, the Artisans, and the Designers. You are the Inspirers, the Makers and the Doers. You bring our designs to life and play an intrinsic role in the world-class quality and craftsmanship that define our brand. While we all continue to evolve and adapt, we look forward to the exciting collaborations that lie ahead. Because design isn’t just personal but also a wondrous journey that fills our hearts and homes with beauty. It contributes to everything we do and everything our company is built upon.

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Summer comes later to Maine, and fall sets in earlier. Few designers understand this better than Yarmouth, Maine– based designer LEANDRA FREMONT-SMITH. For a family with three young sons, Fremont-Smith transformed an expansive shingle-style house, nestled in the summer town of Northeast Harbor, on Mount Desert Island, into a vividly colored, pattern-rich encapsulation of all the pleasures of the season. Full of natural textures, printed fabrics and patterned wallpapers, and 12


treasures created by local artisans, the house is serene yet energetic, a sanctuary that also opens up to its beautiful surroundings, and never succumbs to the expected or the bland. The literal culmination of the house’s fresh vision is the children’s media room, located atop the turret, which Fremont-Smith has transformed into a red-white-andblue fantasia under a custom tented ceiling.


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MERIDA

Our new Portfolio collection, fresh off the loom, features 26 new flatweave rugs, woven to order and fully customizable. An inventive remix of classic weaves and innovative techniques, the Portfolio collection rugs can be mixed and matched from room to room, and customfitted for any project, including stairs.

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CAST MEMBER

Andrew Fisher’s training as a sculptor and jewelry designer is apparent in the bold, sculptural quality of the bronze pieces he crafts for the FISHER WEISMAN COLLECTION. The Acanthus Minor Desk is a prime example, with its dramatic carved bronze legs ending in elegant acanthus leaves that embrace a millwork top that can be sheathed in a variety of wood veneers, leather, or lacquer.

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THE RIGHT NOTE

BARRY GORALNICK took a musical approach in designing his latest lighting pieces for Currey & Company, looking to the French horn for inspiration. Goralnick gives the flared bell shape a sleek, clean update to create the Julien six-armed chandelier and coordinating sconce. The chandelier’s gracefully tapered stems, refined detailing, and polished nickel finish update a classic shape, making it ideal for contemporary rooms; the Julien sconces are certified for damp locations. 18


HOLLAND & SHERRY In creating her J. Banks Collection of rugs for Holland & Sherry, designer Joni Vanderslice looked to both her native Lowcountry and exotic Tanzania, which she often visits. Inspired by rustling palm leaves, rushing water, and trellis patterns, the 11 designs are available in several different rug qualities, all of which incorporate the functionality and performance required for commercial settings as well as high traffic areas in the home. Each design reflects the J. Banks philosophy of bringing the glamour of the resort experience to every project, whether hospitality or home. B R OW S E T HE C OL L EC T I ON


PHILLIP JEFFRIES Kuba Cloth, a new print that is geometric yet organic, evokes a rich cultural story. Part of Phillip Jeffries latest Savanna collection that draws inspiration from the open spaces and wondrous places that define tropical grasslands. Kuba cloth, one of 12 innovative designs, can be printed on handcrafted linen and raffia grounds, and is available in six colorways full of eclectic charm. BROWSE THE COLLEC TION

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KR AVET Kravet Furniture puts the power of design in the hands of the interior designer with its new ICreate program, allowing designers to craft their own customized piece of furniture. Spanning almost every room in the home, the ICreate program offers chests, tables, ottomans, benches, beds, and upholstery. Each category offers ultimate customization, with specialty hardware upgrades available from designer favorite Addison Weeks. Explore the full offering and begin visualizing your custom piece using Kravet’s innovative 360-degree visual configuration software, and then receive a price quote and printable PDF with your project name clearly indicated on top for easy organization. 21


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SENSE of PLACE

Geography may not be destiny, but it certainly inf luences design. New books from three DLN members demonstrate how location has shaped their vision


Greenwich is a storied area of East Coast privilege and Old-World aristocratic style. And no one is more adept at conjuring visions of the grand life than CHARLES

HILTON ARCHITECTS.

Whether a stately Georgian estate or a sprawling Shingle-Style American seaside manse, each of Hilton’s houses is richly imagined, beautifully detailed, and sumptuously fitted out. 24


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For Palm Beach- and Atlanta-based designer DANIELLE ROLLINS , southern hospitality is no mere clichĂŠ, and sharing is a way of life. The house she designed not just for herself, but so that she could welcome and entertain family, friends, and colleagues, becomes the fulcrum of her philosophy of abundance, generosity, dazzling color and pattern, and, of course, festive feasts to be shared.

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STUDIO WILLIAM HEFNER CALIFORNIA HOMES II

The City of Angels has been a dream factory, and an American dream, for decades, and the LA ideal of sun, fun, and laid-back ease is encapsulated in each of WILLIAM HEFNER ’s sleek and stunning villas in that city. In his hands, open skies, glass walls, endless lawns, and enticing pools are deftly assembled into a kind of contemporary collage of desire—the Los Angeles of modern myth.


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BENJAMIN MOORE

Benjamin Moore’s new app takes the guesswork out of color selection and allows you to match colors with confidence. The Benjamin Moore Color Portfolio app and integrated Benjamin Moore ColorReader device were designed specifically to enhance and simplify the color selection process, and to make expert-grade tools available to professionals on mobile devices. The Color Portfolio app features virtual fan decks, accurate photo and video visualizers, and renderings that use innovative technology to ”apply” Benjamin Moore color to surfaces in realtime, allowing users to “try on” colors, save selections, and share images instantly. Using this innovative augmented reality technology, users can harness the power of Benjamin Moore colors on the go. 32


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ALFONSO MARINA Alfonso Marina offers high-end furniture using the best materials and finishes, providing design and quality to those who surround themselves with only the best. Devoted to those who recognize the nobility and beauty of the finest materials, who value dedication, patience and pride of craftsmanship, and who appreciate the quality produced using old-world techniques, the brand recreates the best carvings, incredible veneering, and intricate inlays, all gracefully finished to achieve the patina and grace found only in the best antiques. Today Alfonso Marina is known worldwide, and has earned a place among the best companies in the world. 34


OYSTER BAY When popular Charleston eatery 167 Raw needed to move to new quarters, the owner turned to KATHLEEN HAY, who had worked on the restaurant’s Nantucket branch. She devised an interior that honors the history of the space— repurposed millwork, original flooring, and exposed brick—while incorporating contemporary elements. The new location, in the city’s historic downtown, is three times the size of the original, and has already generated long lines of eager patrons.


NATURAL INSTINCT

When creating their first fabric collection for Carrier and Company didn’t have to look far afie also owns a weekend house in the Hudson Valley. stone walls, and distant mountain views all info suitable only for a rustic cabin. The duo employed that are rendered in sophisticated colors and lux is inspired by nature, yes, but also sophisticated

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Lee Jofa, JESSE CARRIER and MARA MILLER of eld for inspiration. The Manhattan-based couple y. The region’s rolling hills, open skies, serpentine ormed their designs. But this is not a collection d abstraction and scale to create graphic patterns xurious threads and weaves, for a collection that d and urbane.

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SETTING SAIL

After the success of her line of rugs for Perennials, ALLISON PALADINO continues her conquest of the outdoors with the new Sail collection for Century Furniture. The collection, influenced by her love of sailing and the image of crisp white sails against blue sky,

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includes a complete line of seating, occasional and cocktail tables, and dining tables and chairs, all in white powder-coated aluminum, with tempered glass tops and plush upholstery. “I wanted to create clean lines that would be very simple, soft, and easy to use in all kinds of settings, from more modern to traditional,” she says, “pieces that I would want both for myself and my clients.”


CLARENCE HOUSE Delacroix Mohair from Clarence House is unmistakably alluring and luxurious. This entrancing mohair pile velvet is remarkably decadent and sumptuous, yet is a standout for its strength and durability. The fabric passes an impressive 300,000 Martindale without compromising softness. Available in seventeen shades ranging from expressive neutrals to sumptuous jewel tones, it coordinates with many designs. Delacroix Mohair is more than a fabric, it’s a transformative tactile experience that captivates and draws you in.

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LANSERRING Lanserring presents Saltaire, our concept for luxury in a new age, a design that celebrates the character of architecture and seeks to redefine the meaning of luxury for a sustainably-minded contemporary family. Saltaire feels airy and informal, and finds its ideal home in this repurposed industrial space, dating back to the 1800s. A sense of the outdoors and fresh air is pulled in through a sheltered winter garden, and the original brick buttresses of the factory serve as the perfect punctuation points for our installations. The Saltaire pieces feel harmonious but distinct, coherent but individual.

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JUSTIN VAN BREDA LONDON Justin Van Breda London is pleased to launch the Cape Weaver Collection, a range of rattan and cane furnishings designed by 10 international design luminaries, including Nina Campbell, Nicky Haslam, Joe Lucas, and William Peace, as well as Justin Van Breda himself. All the pieces, which include cabinets, dining tables and chairs, bar carts, mirrors, benches and other seating, are hand-woven in South Africa at the Cape Town Society for the Blind, a community-based organization for the blind and partially sighted that offers education in self-supporting craft. The collection is available in the US at the Harbinger showrooms in Los Angeles and New York and will soon be available online. 41


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RIPPLE EFFECT WORKSHOP/APD and Kallista have teamed up to create the new Argile freestanding bathtub and vessel sink. The sleek halfmoon shapes contrast with a textural raised pattern cascading over their exteriors. This strength of line and unique surface detail, evolving from smooth, polished edges to a carved surface evocative of wood cuts and tooled clay, gives each form remarkable presence and sophistication.


PERENNIALS Inspired by Art Deco and modern French elegance, Perennials’ new C’est La Vie collection features 100% solution-dyed acrylic fabrics and rugs that endow any room, indoors or out, with a unique joie de vivre. C’est La Vie features three new fabrics and eight rug designs, all available in a charming color palette. Paris Pink, Ice Blue, and Chartreuse are among the delicate colorways that would look très chic anywhere—from a child’s room to a pied-à-terre balcony.

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ELLE DECOR In a post-COVID era, what will cities around the world look like? Join ELLE DECOR and 92nd Street Y as we explore the limitless possibilities of design a nd urba n pla nning w it h t he world ’s top leaders in architecture, public policy, real estate, and interior design at the City of Tomorrow virtual summit, October 13 and 14. Now in its fourth year, City of Tomorrow will unite key players and innovators for an unparalleled two-day symposium with timely and provocative panel discussions on designing a better future for New York and cities around the world. Join the conversation and learn more about City of Tomorrow here. 45


Tech to Touch At TIM BARBER ARCHITECTS, client presentations go far beyond blueprints and renderings. The firm uses 3-D technology to bring projects to life. Revit modeling software creates a base template, which is overlaid with hand sketching and Photoshop effects. Enscape renderings and virtualreality effects are used to illustrate materiality, and conduct sun studies. Finally, 3-D printed models provide a tactile experience. Much like the firm’s architecture, which is rooted in tradition while integrating modern sensibilities, its design process incorporates high-tech tools to give clients the pleasure of envisioning their new houses in unprecedented detail. 46


ME TRICA The newly re-imagined Aquila is the largest yacht to be refitted in the UK, and one of the largest revitalization projects Metrica has ever undertaken. The refurbishment entailed a major overhaul of all five decks, with bespoke furniture and atmospheric lighting design complemented by an array of custom details, such as the patterning of the parquet floor in the owner’s salon that mirrors the ceiling detail—the kind of bespoke gesture that is emblematic of Metrica’s quest for excellence. BROWSE THE COLLEC TION

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MARMI One of the most beautiful, and practical, additions to any room is a stylishly designed fireplace. Marmi Natural Stone offers the opportunity to customize a fireplace completely to your design, whether simple or elaborate, traditional or contemporary, using a variety of marble, limestone, and even semi-precious stones. Natural stone can be carved, made from a slab with the addition of a lovely bolection molding, or used to fashion a simple yet dignified mantle and surround. In addition to physical warmth, a fireplace radiates coziness, homeyness, presence, and calmness. Natural stone plays a crucial role in creating this ambiance. 48


PIERRE FREY Pierre Frey as long been known as a guardian of ancestral traditions, as well as being recognized for its exceptional technical know-how. Today Pierre Frey carries on the legacy of creating carpets and rugs of exceptional quality that began with Braquenie in 1824. Choose from our vast collection of archival designs, one of our contemporary creations that coordinate with our recent fabric collections, or create an original design of your own. Our team of experts is ready to help you achieve your vision, in a variety of styles and techniques, including hand-tufted, hand-knotted, Wilton, and Axminster carpets, to name only a few. Â

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Forever

Who says there is no such thing as eternal youth? Architectural design firm SUZANNE LOVELL INC. updated a classic 1929 family home in Scarsdale, New York, restoring


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its original architectural integrity while infusing the interior with iconic and contemporary design elements, including a Vladimir Kagan sofa, a cabinet by Piero Fornasetti, and a prismatic colored-glass coffee

table. Vivid gold curtains, a bold stone checkerboard floor in the kitchen, and beautifully painted wallpaper panels in the dining room further insure that this elegant beauty never lacks for youthful joie de vivre.


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BROWN JORDAN

Brown Jordan’s new 20TWENTY collection by Richard Frinier conveys a unique view of creativity, relaxation, and balance for a new season with 20/20 vision. The collection features understated soft angles in the lounge seating surfaces and cylindrical tapered legs. The designs have been thoughtfully enhanced with hand-woven synthetic fiber, driftwoodfinished teak, ceramic tabletop materials, and textural fabrics in a balanced color palette inspired by nature. BROWSE THE COLLEC TION

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FIRECL AY TILE

Fireclay’s handmade mosaic tiles now cover nearly 25,000 square-feet of LaGuardia Airport’s newly renovated Terminal B, thanks to our collaboration with the critically acclaimed painter Laura Owens. This monumental ceramic tile mosaic, titled I NY, incorporates 80 iconic references that capture the spirit of NYC, including the Apollo Theater, the Stonewall Inn, a MetroCard, and of course, pizza. Our collaboration with the artist took roughly nine months and included the development of 36 custom glazes, along with hundreds of mosaic maps precisely calibrated by our team to bring Laura Owens’ vision to life. 57


WEAVING POSSIBILITIES

Ten years ago, when SHEA SOUCIE and MARTIN HORNER of SoucieHorner teamed up w Shiir Rugs, the aim was to bring new creativity to tradition. Shiir Rugs uses the famil SoucieHorner’s innovative designs. Shiir recently expanded with in-stock options, a based on their quality and the verve of their colors and designs. They are rich with p


with an Armenian family that had been in the rug trade for more than a century to form ly’s century-old relationships with weavers and manufacturing know-how to execute nd now offers vintage and antique pieces as well. This curated selection was chosen atina, and contribute amazing depth to virtually any design scheme. 59


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The Eternal series from Silestone for Cosentino is the first to offer veining and highlights that run completely through the material, including the edges, resulting in an even more natural appearance. Two new hues bring the collection to a total of 12 colorways. Silestone Et Bella combines the elegance and warmth of natural stone featuring grey veins and white hues, with a versatile, dramatic look for both classic and contemporary designs. Silestone Et D’Or features soft golden veins across a bright white background, and is fit for the most elegant spaces.

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McKINNON AND HARRIS McKinnon and Harris has added 2D CAD drawings to more than 100 of our furniture listings, which can be to be accessed online, exclusively by members of the trade. Create or log in to your trade account at mckinnonharris.com to download all available 2D CAD drawing files from the “Downloads” section on each product page. Additionally, McKinnon and Harris sales representatives are always available to assist with design layouts when our furniture is being considered for a project. Can’t find the CAD drawing you are looking for? Need help with a space layout? Let us know at hello@mckinnonharris.com. BROWSE THE COLLEC TION


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On a corner of the South Bronx once so devastated it was used as a backdrop for a visit by president Jimmy Carter in 1977, a new building by architect ALEXANDER GORLIN

heals the final gap in this revitalized area. Commissioned by non-profit New Destiny Housing, the project provides 42 affordable apartments for Photos: Eric Petscheck

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en who are survivors of domestic violence. The building is clad in d brick to give a sense of security and protection, while the metal he HVAC units sport cheerful, pastel colors inspired by Andy screens. With its healthy materials, outdoor play areas, common d an array of social services provided by New Destiny Housing, this w dignity to both its residents and its neighborhood 65


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Rock Ridge

ROCK RIDGE CONS TRUC TION M ANAGEMENT A home in Northern New Jersey melds fine lines and elevated sophistication. The clients, admirers of the renowned Amangiri Resort in Utah, wanted to bring the modern serenity they left behind in the desert to their East Coast abode. They enlisted Rock Ridge Construction’s Chris Lombardo to bring the one-of-a-kind structure to life from the ground up. Rock Ridge sought to exceed the client’s expectations and create a seamless, cohesive experience, linking the natural surroundings with the precisely engineered vision of architect Anthony Minichetti, complemented with elegant contemporary interiors by New York designer Jessica Gersten. An inspired undertaking, the 14,000 square-foot home serves as an expansive and edifying space inside and out, evoking the composed peacefulness of the desert while offering all the comforts of home. 66


CAMBRIA The Coordinates Collection by Cambria was created in collaboration with world-renowned design firm Gensler. The collection consists of 14 stunning quartz designs, suitable for both commercial and residential applications, all designed to coordinate effortlessly. The collection was created around the NCS - Natural Colour System®©, a scientifically based color system that allows for accurate cross-industrial color communication between designers, manufacturers, retailers, and customers. The NCS®© is used widely by specifiers and the A&D community, enabling the colors to coordinate with other specified materials and making it easy to work the collection into any design project.

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RETORRA

Arles by Retorra is a new pattern developed to capture the majesty of great 18th-century tapestry weaving. The illusion of this carpet is that it appears to have been made for the wall, but is constructed using our Dragon weave to create a floor covering with remarkable strength. Woven from wool without the use of caustics or antiquing washing agents, the aged effect is achieved naturally through the weave itself. Arles comes in six colorways with custom colors available. 68


ROSEMARY HALLG AR TEN Every Rosemary Hallgarten textile brings an unmistakable quality of luxury and luminosity to a room. Each is the result of a singular blend of ancient craft with a modern, luxurious sensibility. Our new Watercolor series is a playful, dramatic twist on our ombrĂŠ textiles. Made from the finest linen and alpaca fibers, with a beautiful sheen and softness, Watercolor creates an immediate impact. The artisanal gradations are hand-dyed in a two-step process that results in a unique watercolor effect that compliments the most modern spaces or adds an unexpected pop of color to a more rustic and earthy designs. BROWSE THE COLLECTION


ISLAND IDYLL

In a setting of staggering natural splendor, how do you create a garden that complements—but doesn’t compete with— its surroundings? That was the challenge that DUSTIN MOORE and TODD COLE of Strata Landscape Architecture faced on the Big Island of Hawaii. Their design is a modern twist on the traditional Hawaiian garden, pared down, restrained, and employing a limited range of plants that echoes and amplifies the aesthetic of the house itself.


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garden. Colorful, tropical plants were installed near the core of the home, with the plantings transitioning to a more drought tolerant palette on the edges, so the garden blends into the natural environment. Drama is confined to the stunning, oversized pool which incorporates a large shelf, giving the illusion that the chaises are floating on water and creating the ideal spot to take in the dramatic vistas and the infinite sea.


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As his new book makes clear, MATTHEW PATRICK SMYTH is a master of composition, scale, and color. So perhaps it’s not surprising that he almost became a professional photographer. In this excerpt, he muses on the connection between design and photography.

differently and think harder….As a photographer, I love the same things I do as an interior designer: scale, composition, line, color, texture, and, above all, balance. Surprisingly, I can trace the arc o f the pictures I take today back to the elevations I have drawn since my student days at the Fashion Institute of Technology….So much of what I do as an interior designer—and so much of what I see as a photographer—is ultimately about line, form, and silhouette. But it is also about finding ways to memorialize transformation and change. The eye constantly evolves. So do we.”

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a focus on interiors, Matthew Patrick Smyth celebrates how rediscovering his love of photography in the age of the digital phone camera has inspired the decoration of his most recent projects. These projects include a historic house in Palm Beach by architect Maurice Flato, a Park Avenue duplex filled with a centuries-spanning blend of new and inherited pieces, a Tribeca loft that brings in the world through an infusion of exoticism, and Smyth’s own, never-before-seen country house, a 1970s ‘deck house’ that he’s beautifully remastered for his life today. Through his designer’s eye, and through the camera lens, Smyth constantly searches for that special design

something—a handcrafted detail, an insight into history, a sense of surroundings, a moment of drama, a particular atmosphere—to spark a fresh way of thinking about how to put together interiors that suit and express their occupants. Smyth believes that every space should have a point of view. In an ever-changing world, through various lenses and frames, Smyth pursues harmonies of scale, composition, line, form, silhouette, telling detail, and, above all, balance as he consistently strives to create homes that exemplify comfort, welcome, and beauty.

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BUSINESS of HOME The Future of Home show is available on-demand in case you missed the recent Business of Home conference, or want to re-watch it at your leisure. Hosted by BOH columnist and podcast host Dennis Scully, with interviews by BOH editor in chief Kaitlin Petersen and managing editor Fred Nicolaus, the show covers subjects that matter most to industry professionals. With everything from marketing to sourcing and manufacturing upended by the pandemic, the Future of Home event will help you make sense of how social and economic upheaval have transformed the design landscape, and allow you to connect with peers about current challenges and future opportunities. Viewing is available to BOH Insiders. Visit futureof home.com for more information.


LUTRON For nearly six decades, Lutron has been the undisputed leader in lighting control. When creating the first solid-state dimmer, Lutron skillfully and thoughtfully combined technology and design to create an ergonomic silhouette that changed how we experience light in a space. Today, sophisticated simplicity comes in the form of intuitive apps that put the power to shape light in the palm of your hands –specifically, via your smartphone. Whether the situation calls for relaxing warm light or bright natural daylight, our integrated solution connects users to their homes in an emotional and personal way, allowing them to perfectly curate experiences that reflect their style and taste. For more information on Lutron Lighting solutions visit www.luxury.lutron.com

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PETER HALLEY SECTION 375, 2019-2020 Acrylic and florescent acrylic and Roll-a Tex on canvas Selected by Rafael de Cรกrdenas baldwingallery.com

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IMAGE BANK

On the DLN Guide, members share their favorites for everything from museums and hotels to cocktails, so why not contemporary art as well? The power of art to shape an interior is undisputed, and these 11 artists are ones our members turn to for works—incorporating everything from bronze and bullet castings to gold leaf and florescent paint—that will bring drama and beauty to any room.

JOSEPH HAVEL THISTLE #2, 2017 Bronze Selected by Linda Eyles hirambutler.com


BOBBIE BURGERS CATCHING FICTION 1, 2020 Acrylic on canvas Selected by Valeria Bressan equinoxgallery.com

MILES PURVIS YONI, 2020 Mixed media collage Selected by Megan Gorelick milespurvis.com

GIDEON RUBIN TWO IN A BOAT, 2020 Oil on linen Selected by Gillian Gillies gideonrubin.com


OGNIAN ZEKOFF LIFELINE, 2020 Oil on canvas Selected by Andrew Fay gideonrubin.com

STEVEN SEINBERG NOTHING THAT COMES FROM THE OTHER WORLD, 2019 Oil and graphite on canvas Selected by Melanie Millner lowegallery.com 85


JOSEPH GUAY THE VICTIM OR THE CRIME, 2019 Bullet casings and resin on wood Selected by Jonathan Savage josephguay.com

AMERICA MARTIN WOMAN STRETCHES IN THE MORNING, 20TK Medium TK Selected by Tish Mills joanneartmangallery.com

TOM SWANSTON INTO AND AROUND THE BLUE, 20TK Acrylic and precious metals on canvas Selected by Melanie Millner linktoartistswork.com

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ROBERT KELLY NOCTURNE TROPICALE II, 2014 Oil and mixed media on canvas Selected by Heidi Bonesteel robertkellystudio.net


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When HARRISON DESIGN conceived of this house in Atlanta, it immediately beca loggias, courtyards, sheltered open areas, and huge expanses of iron-framed win originally designed by master architect and garden designer Philip Trammell Sh HOWARD DESIGN STUDIO. Inside, the rooms, the work of TISH MILLS INTERIORS, ar


ame clear that its context was as important as the structure itself. With its ndows, the house welcomes and revels in its surroundings, including a garden utze in the 1930s, that has been completely revamped and expanded by re sumptuous yet restrained, all in a minimalist palette that rarely ventures 91


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beyond white, beige, and the pale blue of dawn skies. Every design choice defers to the rich colors and textures of the garden, the surrounding woods, and the warm tones of rough textured stone, so that any barrier between inside and out seems to melt away, even as the owners remain inside, cosseted in quiet luxury.


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ROSEHYLL STUDIOS Refined, hand-crafted tailoring is the specialty of Robin Feuer and Ariel Tensen, who manage projects large and small from their curtain atelier, RoseHyll Studio. From the initial measurement to final installation, every detail is considered to ensure a successful collaboration with designers. Established in 1999, RoseHyll provides white-glove service, and its founders are well-versed in a wide vernacular of design styles from contemporary to traditional. Whether you are seeking unlined linen shades or lined-andinterlined taffeta, RoseHyll is the go-to resource for custom window treatments in the New York City area and beyond.

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CARINI Leave it to Carini to create a secondary line of rugs full of unique textures and qualities. Joe Carini has crafted his own distinct weaves using unbleached Himalayan wool and the region’s unique knotting techniques. This new collection will bring style and functionality to any room without breaking the budget or depleting funds intended for art pieces or fine furnishings. There are options perfect for layering, for a guest room carpet, or for a casual yet chic living room rug. All are available for quick shipping and designed to fit any budget.

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HOUSE BE AUTIFUL A well-designed home should work hard for you. Every year, House Beautiful brings this editorial mission to life with the Whole Home Concept House: a house built from the ground up with fresh ideas from the top design dream makers in the country. Imagine a home that reconnects you with the natural world, offers your family access to responsible ood sources (including an on-site farm and orchards), and fosters an environmentally friendly lifestyle—all with the most comfortable, stylish design imaginable. For information: HouseBeautiful.com/wholehome 99


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Impeccable styling, pieces I wear for years. wishes I had never heard of them.

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The Austin, Texas-based designer has lots of local favorites, but as her listings in the DLN Guide show, she clearly thinks beyond borders, and has a taste for the good life, international style, and luxury at its most refined WILLIAM GARDNER ANTIQUES, HOUSTON Bill Gardner is one of the preeminent antique dealers in the country, and one of my favorite people, period. Dry wit mixed with impeccable taste is a powerful combo.  It’s always an adrenaline rush visiting his shop.  I invariably leave thrilled to death with my finds. Over the last two decades, I’ve found so many incredible things. When you call his shop. Bill will answer “Bill’s Used Furniture”.  It’ll put a smile on your face. 

DIANA VREELAND I would so love to have been a fly on the wall, a sponge soaking up everything she embodied: style, grace, wit, and manners. One of my favorite quotes is from her: “You gotta have style. It helps you get down the stairs. It helps you get up in the morning. It’s a way of life. I’m not talking about a lot of clothes.” Here she is at a fashion show sitting next to a young Jane Fonda.


MARK HAMPTON BOOK One of my mentors gave me this book decades ago. I read it in one night. Mark Hampton was such a gifted writer that it reads as part history book, part novel.  Larger than life personalities fill its pages from beginning to end, and there’s inspiration galore for anyone who loves design.

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LAURENT PERRIER BRUT ROSÉ CHAMPAGNE BLACKBERRY FARM The kayak lake at Blackberry Farm in Walland, Tennessee. My husband, Jerre, the photography major, ran around the lake with the flash popping on an off. The longest exposure in the world...but what a magical shot. Such a beautiful place adjacent to the Smokey Mountain National Forest, Blackberry Farm boasts incredible food and wine, served with the genuine hospitality of the South. Go for the Americana Music Weekend in April, and it gets even better.

VILLA FELTRINELLI On my bucket list forever, it’s a fairy tale place to stay and spend quality time with your one and only. It surpassed all my expectations, and the day we spent under those trees, reading, is such a sweet memory. 101


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LUXURY DIVISION of PELLA Fifteen years ago, architect Joseph N. Biondo selected hand-crafted Duratherm wood windows to push the limits of contemporary design. Today, because of their refined attention to detail, they look as beautiful as ever. Concrete walls and expansive glass define the aesthetic of this home, a modern work of art. Wood lift-and-roll doors were set at 90-degree angles, creating a unique frameless corner. Take your project to the next level with Duratherm Windows from the Luxury Division of Pella. B R OW S E T HE C OL L EC T I ON


VER ANDA This fall, VERANDA partners with the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club for the inaugural Kips Bay Decorator Show House Dallas, benefitting local non-profit organizations Dwell with Dignity and The Crystal Charity Ball. The house will be open to the public from September 25 through October 25, 2020. Can’t make it to Dallas? Take a virtual tour of the home, beginning September 25. https://www.kipsbaydecoratorshowhouse.org/dallas V E R A NDA .C OM


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DLN’S TR AVEL by DESIGN The DLN is excited to announce its first book.Showcasing photographs by more than 150 DLN community members, TRAVEL BY DESIGN is an inspiring guide to the power of travel to shape and expand our world. The more than 350 images take readers on a global journey through cityscapes, ancient civilizations, luxurious resorts, and stunning natural wonders. Forty pages of insider resources—from member’s

favorite hotels and restaurants to secret shopping sources and mustsee monuments—make planning future trips reassuring and easy. An inspirational and informative resource that highlights the preeminence of outstanding design and its importance for every civilization, the book makes a perfect gift for family, friends, and clients. ORDE R YOUR C OPIE S HE RE


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