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Contents

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features.

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power of pale

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In a Greenwich, Connecticut, estate, timeless antiques and a modern art collection shake up an otherwise traditional Georgianstyle brick Colonial.

The classic architecture and picturesque vistas of this Hudson Valley house became the perfect backdrop for a homeowner’s prized possessions.

When a New York-based designer tackles an oversize SoHo loft, a shocking shade steals the show amongst the tailored, Asian-inspired décor.

A young family moves out of the city and finds an Arts and Craftsstyle home that came equipped with covetable views of New Jersey’s Navesink River.

Written by Tate Gunnerson Photography by Mark Roskams

Written by Brielle M. Ferreira Photography by Jeff McNamara

Written by Jorge S. Arango Photography by Peter Murdock

Written by Cara Greenberg Photography by Scott Frances

Designer Inson Dubois Wood painted the den of this Greenwich, Connecticut, home a mossy green hue to complement the many antiques and pick up the blue tones in the Safavieh silk rug. Page 272


I live in Greenwich, but I sleep in Venezia.

Surround YourSelf in SferrA

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PUBLISHER’S LETTER

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SCENE

We get to the art of the matter with a look at some of New York’s greatest galleries and cultural institutions.

RADAR

A glimpse at current happenings in the worlds of art, architecture and design.

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ON TREND

Fashion and décor travel through time leaving an inspiring array of goods in their wake.

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SPOTLIGHT

Six design-minded duos review some of our favorite product picks for the new season.

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INSIDER

Get an exclusive peek at the people, places and things you need to know about now.

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MATERIAL

Check out our carefully curated selection of some of the season’s most luxurious floorcoverings thoughtfully conveyed in three distinct palettes.

STYLE MAKERS

An up-close and personal look at artisans and designers who are transforming the industry.

KITCHEN + BATH

Luxury and comfort converge in two spaces rich with charisma.

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ENCORE

A special compilation of industry professionals previously featured in Luxe.

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ELISE SOM DESIGN STUDIO The design of the Tavolina coffee table was inspired by the golden halos of angels. The base incorporates a small drawer for personal items. Custom finishes upon request. elisesom.com

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ANDRIANNA SHAMARIS The Triple Burnt Collection. Burnt three times to produce a rich, charcoal finish with impressive depth, unachievable using standard stains and finishes. Shown: organic side tables. Also available in coffee tables and dining tables. Priced from $990 each. andriannashamarisinc.com

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MICHELANGELO DESIGNS Michelangelo Designs introduces its newest addition to its 100-percent made-in-Italy collection. This ebony wood dining table is by Opera Contemporary, one of Italy’s most prestigious brands that redefines beauty and luxury. michelangelodesigns.com

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MATTHEW STUDIOS Made in NYC, the Double Quinn table features highly polished natural agate in rich blue hues. Each base is handcrafted and offered in a multitude of metal finishes. Customization is available. matthewstudiosny.com

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O. HENRY HOUSE, LTD. The sleek 1250 Avery sofa from O. Henry House, Ltd. is made to order in any size and custom specifications are welcome. O. Henry House has been making bench-made upholstery, handcrafted with the finest materials, for almost 30 years. In New York, O. Henry House is represented by John Rosselli in the D&D Building. ohenryhouseltd.com

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INTERIOR CRAFTS INC. Combining the exotic wood of koa alongside rich mahogany, Interior Crafts Inc. is pleased to introduce the 0613 two-door cabinet. Displaying a range of warm taupe hues, the cabinet glows in the new Minx stain. interiorcraftsinc.com

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MARJORIE SKOURAS Thousands of natural clear quartz crystals from mines in the U.S. are hand-applied to each painted wood frame in Marjorie Skouras’ Hollywood studio. Custom sizes and shapes available. The featured Rock Crystal mirror measures 42 inches in diameter with a 9-inch crystal border.

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ON THE WALL [new york art haul]

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A P EEK AT WHAT’S CU R R ENTLY B EI N G SH OWN—FRO M CO LO R FU L AN D ABSTRACT TO SU BTLE AN D G EO M ETR I C—AT SO M E O F O U R FAVO R ITE CO NTEM PO RARY ART GALLER I ES ARO U N D TOWN.

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ART AD VISO R MIA RO MAN IK T R AV ELS T HE GLO BE S E A R C H I N G FO R TH E H O TTE S T UPCO MING TALENT S AN D U N CO V ER IN G T HE BIGG E S T TR E N D S I N TH E A RT W O R L D . HE R E ’S H ER CH EAT SHEET F O R WHO T O WAT CH A ND W H E R E TO G O IF YOU’RE LOOKING TO BUILD A BETTER COLLECTION.

What are your favorite galleries? I love David Kordansky Gallery, Hannah Hoffman and Blum & Poe in Los Angeles. In New York, I stop into Team Gallery, Kaufmann Repetto, Anton Kern, Gagosian, Marianne Boesky, and David Zwirner. I also work with Massimo de Carlo in London and Milan. Best show for art lovers? If you only go to 108 L U X E I N T E R I O R S

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[mia romanik] one or two, make sure it’s Art Basel in Miami Beach or the FIAC in Paris; they have something for everyone. Who’s on your radar right now? Daniel Turner, Michael Rey, Matt Sheridan Smith, and Theodora Allen are young and up-and-coming artists on very good career trajectories. They’re all talented and quite different in terms of style.

Any tips for novice collectors? Above all: Buy what you love. Though, it is very important to do your research and see as much art as possible. For me, when I’m looking for pieces, it’s always instinctual—a feeling I get about the work. Then, I follow the artist for a while, and if that feeling stays, I’m sold; I’m a believer. miaromanik.com

ARTWORKS: COURTESY GALLERIES. HEADSHOT: COURTESY MIA ROMANIK.

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MONTCLAIR ART MUSEUM

“Kathryn Markel, of Kathryn Markel Fine Arts, is incredibly knowledgeable and warm, and she has a real respect for even the novice’s opinion. She represents many talented artists, so there is truly something for everyone inside her Chelsea gallery.”

“I’m into a lot of esoteric art, and lately, I’ve fallen in love with local artist Keren Brender. She’s very young, but the work she’s producing is way beyond her years. My favorites are the pieces she’s done with X-ray imaging; they feel so intimate and personal.”

“In terms of purchasing art, I think Barbara Gladstone and Gavin Brown have made incredible strides in supporting, discovering and introducing new artists in their young galleries. Sears-Peyton Gallery is also very good, and they have some really beautiful pieces.”

-SARA GILBANE SULLIVAN

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WHO: Ambra Medda, a girl who has had a hand in different WHAT:

The exhibit “Come as You Are: Art of the 1990s”

examines the themes of identity politics, digital revolution and globalization through the eyes of the talented artists who lived through—and who have attempted to make sense of—this polarizing period in mainstream culture through installations, paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, photography, video, and digital art.

WHERE:

You can visit

the museum at 3 S. Mountain Avenue in Montclair, New Jersey. WHEN: The show will begin on February 8 and run through May 17.

WHO:

Expect to find 65 works from over

45 artists working in America, including Doug Aitken, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Glenn Ligon, Julie Mehretu, Prema Murthy, Shirin Neshat, Catherine Opie, Gabriel Orozco, Diana Thater, Rirkrit Tiravanija, and Kara Walker.

WHY:

Because you don’t have to look back too far to learn more about the history that has shaped our society today; sometimes, you only need to search as close to home as that Nirvana record you couldn’t live without.

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facets of design, as cofounder of both L’ArcoBaleno and Design Miami/, is on to her next venture creating a video series documenting craft traditions found in various regions of the world. WHAT: Medda seizes each day, regarding it as an opportunity to see more, learn more and connect more with the people and ideas surrounding her, fueling her deep passion for design. Capturing the unexpected in her vignettes, expect to see snapshots from museum outings and frequent travels mixed in with the occasional overhead shot of her favorite metallic Roger Vivier shoes. WHY: Travel the world from the comfort of your phone by adding @ambramedda to your Instagram feed. With an intuition and insight about the design realm that is bar none, Medda’s feed is fresh, thoughtprovoking and the essence of cool. [in her words]

“It’s about capturing the moments and images that inspire me in my day-to-day. Whether I’m strolling through a city or encountering a new designer’s work, the key is to always be open, alert and ready to shoot.”

EXHIBIT PHOTO : SHAHZIA SIKANDER ( BORN 1969 , PAKISTAN ) CHOLEE KAY PECHAY KIYA ? CHUNREE KAY NEECHAY KIYA ? ( WHAT IS UNDER THE BLOUSE ? WHAT IS UNDER THE DRESS ?), 1997 . VEGETABLE COLOR , DRY PIGMENT , WATERCOLOR , TEA ON HAND - PREPARED WASLI PAPER , 16 5/8 X 12 1/8 IN . MARIELUISE HESSEL COLLECTION , HESSEL MUSEUM OF ART , CENTER FOR CURATORIAL STUDIES , BARD COLLEGE , ANNANDALE - ON - HUDSON , NEW YORK . © THE ARTIST . IMAGES ARE COURTESY OF SIKKEMA JENKINS & CO ., NEW YORK . SULLIVAN AND LYDON HEADSHOTS : COURTESY DESIGNERS . MORRIS HEADSHOT : MICHAEL BIONDO . INSTAGRAM HEADSHOT : SOFIA SANCHEZ AND MAURO MONGIELLO . INSTAGRAM PHOTOS : AMBRA MEDDA .

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Hudson artist Jason Middlebrook likes to make beautiful things. “Beauty forces people to stop and look,” he says, “to ponder and think and hopefully wonder.” In short, he uses his art to begin a dialog with those who view it, one that centers around nature and its inherent complexities. Middlebrook’s pieces, his intricate paintings and sculptures, reflect where he’s going and where he’s been—with some three-dimensional elements he learned from his ceramicist father and a love of plants and trees he inherited from his landscape designer mother. Here, a conversation with the artist after wrapping his recent show at Untitled in Miami. jasonmiddlebrook.com Describe your aesthetic vision. I’m really a site artist. Every piece, project and show then that I participate in is about the site. I use wood and paint to create a dialog between nature and humans. A single slab of wood from a tree in the forest has enough information for me to build an entire body of work around it.

What materials do you most enjoy working with? In the last 10 years or so, I have used bronze, steel and mosaic glass tiles in my art and have really enjoyed working with all of them. Primarily, though, I use old growth hardwood and acrylic paint to capture viewers and inspire reflection.

Who’s another local artist to watch? Jeffrey Gibson is doing some very interesting work here and so is Geoffrey Good. Good is a jewelry designer, who owns his own showroom in Hudson, and his work is really amazing. Also, keep your eyes peeled for the artist Lisa Sanditz; she’s another one of my favorites.

What does it mean to be an artist in Upstate New York? It’s amazing. I’ve made a real home here. The Hudson Valley region is so supportive of artists, and there are museums peppered throughout the area. Some great artists have moved here. Brooklyn is not sustainable any longer, and artists need low overheads in order to follow their dreams.

COLLABORATION : CASSINA When Italian furniture brand Cassina reached out to Spanish artist and designer Jaime Hayon to craft a new seating line, they knew they were in for a treat. And for his part, Hayon delivered in a big way: His Vico collection, which features a two- and three-seater sofa and armchair, seamlessly marries function with the slick style and quirky, creative silhouettes for which he is known. cassina.com

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Visual voice Artist. Designer. Ambassador. Groundbreaker. There are many ways to leave your mark on the world. For Madeline Weinrib, who debuts her Kuba collection this winter, the trail she has blazed is covered with gorgeous hand-woven flat-weaves in a myriad of hues indicative of her signature style. Take a peek into the dynamic realm of this globetrotting textile maven. written and produced by cara gibbs photography by lesley unruh


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egardless of their creative persuasion there is something that all artists have in common: we all have a voice,” muses rug and textile designer Madeline Weinrib, who began her illustrious career not by practicing her whipstitch or learning to

loom, but rather as a painter. Unsure of exactly how to translate her ideas from canvas to housewares, Weinrib proceeded with caution, initially hesitant to delve into a then male-dominated rug industry. She ultimately took a leap of faith after recognizing that there was great potential, and soon began to flex her artistry while putting her passport to good use, making frequent trips to Turkey, Morocco, Nepal, and India to garner inspiration and cultivate relationships with other craftsmen. “Artisans are masters at what they do,” says Weinrib. “They’ve worked extremely hard to develop their talents.” The many influences and takeaways collected along her journeys find a home inside Weinrib’s Manhattan showroom, an artful space that reflects more than the designer’s aesthetic. “My studio is an extension of my home,” she says. “Everything is chosen with pure love.” From custom floorcoverings and sumptuous fabrics to exquisite furnishings and modern accessories, each offering is designed to inspire clients, honor the bespoke, and spotlight philanthropic endeavors—such as Weinrib’s ambassadorship for Project Mala, an initiative that aims to build schools and provide opportunity in India’s rugproducing region. It is all a part of Weinrib’s greater objective: To have her artistic vision and unmistakable style tightly woven into everything she touches. Says the designer, “It is imperative that whatever I create feels like it is part of my body of work, and that it reflects my point of view—my visual voice.”

Weinrib will be opening two outposts abroad: one in Luke Irwin’s ultrachic London showroom and the other in Mumbai at Bungalow 8. The designer’s enigmatic prints find a home on a Paul McCobb bench, below in Remy, and on the famed silhouettes of three Manolo Blahnik pumps, center. Shown right is an image snapped by Weinrib of the Blue Mosque in Instanbul.

Designer Madeline Weinrib in her Manhattan showroom, wearing a custom jacket by designer Soledad Twombly, who used one of Weinrib’s ikat fabrics on the lining of the sleeves.


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Weinrib began her collection of Indian photography after being inspired by an exhibit seen some 20 years ago at New York’s Sepia Eye Gallery. The designer’s Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, Gemma and Daphne, rest on her Black Mu ikat slipper chair.

This winter, Weinrib debuts the Kuba Collection (Salome is shown above), inspired by vintage African textiles, as well as an assortment of handwoven Moroccan throws, far left, the Purple Sunder umbrella for New York’s Neue Galerie (its Sunder suzani fabric is shown left), and a perfectly packaged Moroccan argan oil, center left. madelineweinrib.com


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without borders in her third line with baker, designer laura kirar offers a glimpse into a life well-traveled.

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e’ve created a collection that inspires spaces evocative of an evolved lifestyle: relaxed, elegant, well-traveled, and

thoughtfully composed,” describes designer Laura Kirar of her most recent partnership with Baker. The steadfast furnishings brand is placing Kirar in the driver’s seat for the third time, and in this latest collaboration, she gives us a peek into her personal travels and the art of collecting. Reflecting architectural elements from around the world— such as the lyrical curves of Moorish archways seen in her Arabesque bed—the collection carries an unexpected mix of forms shaped by timeless silhouettes. Each piece speaks of luxury while maintaining a strong raw aesthetic that is often found in Kirar’s creations. “I am thoroughly inspired by historical details and proportions,” explains the designer. “When I spot something ‘perfect’ on my travels I photograph or sketch it, and it lives in my inspiration library.” Citing such influences as Spanish Colonial doors with hammered nailheads and exotic cabinetry from Portugal, Kirar integrates decorative wood finishes with primitive-inspired metalwork. Pieces, like the of attention—from conception, to prototyping, to completion. “Every experience I have—reading, traveling, studying, people I’ve met—is really informative and allows me to constantly change and grow,” says the designer. “Life is what teaches me.”

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Clockwise from top left: Steam Punk Collection by Adrienne Morea, from $7.90; atlashomewares.com. Squared Front Door Knocker in Verdigris Finish, $832; charlesedwards.com. Flute Push/Pull Set by Roger Thomas for Rocky Mountain Hardware, from $811; rockymountainhardware.com. No. 71281 Nugget Door Knob, $176; peguerin.com. CK-951 6-Inch Contemporary Cabinet Pull in W finish by Josh Commons, $69.77; sunvalleybronze.com. Pewter Hammered Knob, from $21; manzoni.us. CP-5910 3-Inch Kalahari Cabinet Pull in Light Antique Bronze, Artisan Series by David Scott, $328; sabaxter.com. Horn Handles in Black and Brown, $260 each; ochre.net. Strata Handle, price available upon request; collierwebb.com. HT4121H Traditional Ball Knob in Burnished Nickel, $370; htheophile.com. HT3260 Stepped-Edge Square Backplate in Burnished Nickel, $200; htheophile.com. Horn Handle in Pale, $295; ochre.net. Mink Maxi Pull Handle in Solid Bronze with Nickel Finish by Marie-VĂŠronique Swannell for Haute DĂŠco, price available upon request; doorknobshop.com. 5063.050 Estate Knob in Satin Brass and Black Finish, $145; baldwinhardware.com.

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HOLDING PATTERN SCHUMACHER DEBUTS AN ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION 125 YEARS IN THE MAKING THAT CHRONICLES ITS OWN RICH HISTORY OF PARISIAN INFLUENCES AND CLASSIC AMERICANA. WRITTEN BY ARLYN HERNANDEZ PRODUCED BY CARA GIBBS

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uch can change over a dozen decades. In fact, most things do: technologies progress; mindsets evolve; styles come, go and come back again. But for textile house Schumacher, who celebrates 125 years in business, one thing has remained pre-

served—authenticity. Founded in the late 1800s by Parisian Frederic Schumacher, the brand remains faithful to the integrity of its patterns’ origins. Take Shengyou Toile, for instance; its charming design still leans on hand-drawn and -engraved techniques today as much as it did in the 18th century, lending exquisite detail.

What has evolved, though, is its pedigree. Collections include those penned by design greats as far back as Dorothy Draper to as recent as Timothy Corrigan. And it has left its own fingerprints throughout the pages of American history in the worlds of politics, cinema and television: During the Kennedy administration, the White House’s Blue Room walls were lined in a Lampas silk, while the silver screen showcased Hydrangea Drape in Gone With the Wind. To celebrate the last 125 years, Schumacher has carefully combed its vast archives to reintroduce 17 old favorites for a new generation. We sat down with Creative Director Dara Caponigro to give us some insight into the storied company and its commemorative collection. WHAT HAS GIVEN SCHUMACHER ITS LASTING POWER? We’ve always

HOW DID YOU NARROW DOWN YOUR SELECTIONS? Ultimately, we

had an underlying respect for classicism with an eye to the future; being innovative, stylish and current with a classic backbone—no matter the decade.

wanted to pick prints that are still relevant. In some cases, we blew up the scale, changed the colorways, even made loose interpretations of originals.

LET’S TALK ABOUT THE ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION.

It reflects the breadth of the Schumacher legacy, our passion for luxury and our history of designer collections. IS THERE A PERSONAL FAVORITE?

I love so many of them for different reasons. Our Serengeti pattern speaks to today’s world. It’s ultraluxurious but also soft and warm. You just want to put your face against it! I also love Citrus Garden; it’s modern yet charming, and so sweet.

WHAT MAKES THESE PATTERNS SO TIMELESS? Good design is good

design; it’ll last forever. Take our Indian Arbre print. The tree of life motif dates back to the 17th century, but people still love it. It’s about understanding your past in order to create something modern. WHAT’S ON TAP FOR THE FUTURE?

We’re looking to focus and expand on the Schumacher brand, and introduce new furniture and products. We recently debuted two wallcovering collections; I think Fabulous Faux is pretty rock and roll. There are a lot of exciting things to come.

Clockwise from top: Schumacher’s Creative Director Dara Caponigro, surrounded by an array of prints from the 125th anniversary collection; an advertisement from 1957 featuring Raymond Loewy’s graphically inclined Cosmopolitan line for the brand, which played the role of muse for Caponigro’s portrait; Schumacher’s Marie Therese side chair donning Iconic Leopard; the handembroidered Callas tape in Jet; an image from the archives.

DARA CAPONIGRO PORTRAIT: MAX KIM-BEE. PRODUCT AND ARCHIVAL PHOTOS: COURTESY SCHUMACHER.

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f you look closely at an antique find, you can see its age spots and laugh lines. And if you listen carefully, you can hear its story. Lighting master David Littman considers this a fascinating phenomenon, and he hopes the time-honored

yet forward-thinking fixtures by Hudson Valley Lighting, Corbett Lighting and Troy Lighting conjure the same sense of curiosity and admiration. Marrying traditional artistry with an innovative, modern approach, the pendants, chandeliers and sconces produced by the lighting trio indeed captivate. With design and manufacturing facilities in New York and California, as well as abroad, the brands engage specialty craftsmen who practice age-old techniques—think handblown glass and lost-wax casting—while employing advanced technologies. Hand finishers apply gold and silver leaf; lavish silks join Japanese papers; and polished crystal juxtaposes organic materials like bamboo and handwoven abaca. And the teams put as much care into creating experiences as they do producing the fixture itself—the shadow the light will cast, the ambience it will create in a room. This year, Hudson Valley continues to bring an updated twist to classic designs, mixing metal, acrylic and tungsten filament bulbs for its lantern-like Andover pendants. Troy takes its sophisticated-casual collection to new depths with Dine N Dash: rustic-pop art fixtures whose embossed and plasma-cut words nod to culinary persuasions. And Corbett makes its fashion-minded Rockstar lights runway-ready with jewelry-inspired agate. They’re three distinct makers telling their own narratives, but each tale ends in a promise of quality and craftsmanship. littmanbrands.com

Littman Brands produces more than 600 new designs per year, incorporating natural elements, mixed metals and jewelry-inspired materials like delicate chains, seen in Corbett’s Vixen, shown right; Corbett’s Chimera pendant is shown far right. Lately, Littman Brands has had a large push for LEDs in the decorative arena, led by innovations through another one of its companies, CSL (Creative Systems Lighting).


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Sleek yet natural textures lend an organic-modern appeal to this glam sconce shown in aged bronze. hudsonvalleylighting.com

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Shells in multiple hues, faceted within handcrafted iron, make this fixture a piece of jewelry for the home. corbettlighting.com

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Industrial flair is clear in this sconce’s hand-worked iron and cast-aluminum body in an aged pewter finish. troy-lighting.com


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COMING OF AGE Brass Pendant, $675; workstead.com

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Fallon Sconce, $3,765; castedesign.com

Lunar Sofa, priced from $2,310; stellarworks.com

Kevin A Tana Lawn Cotton Liberty Art Fabric, price available upon request; liberty.co.uk

Jeweled Atom and Blastoid Sculptures by Pamela Sunday, $6,000 and $3,500; vandenakkerantiques.com Over the Moon Jett Clutch, $398; katespade.com

Assorted Cosmic Collection Plates, priced from $45; abchome.com

With eyes to the future, industry brands are looking upward as celestial elements conquer both fashion and home dĂŠcor. Hitting catwalks at the speed of light, this space-inspired trend is garnering serious gravity within the world of design: Britishbased fabric house Liberty of London gets starry-eyed with its latest fabric line, while Stellar Works presents the Lunar collection designed by Space Copenhagen. From a solar eclipse cocktail table to planetary dishware, it appears that some of the brightest pieces this winter have adopted a cosmic appeal.

Telescope Signed La Filotecnica Ing. A. Salmoiraghi S.A. Milano, $10,000; 1stdibs.com

Solaris Kinetic Table, $38,400; larabohinc.com

PENDANT PHOTO : ROBERT HIGHSMITH . SOFA PHOTO : COURTESY STELLAR WORKS . PLATE PHOTOS : COURTESY ABC HOME . TELESCOPE PHOTO : COURTESY 1STDIBS .

Solar Orchid Silk Square, price available upon request; dior.com

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Rose-Cut and PrincessCut Diamond Bracelet in Platinum, $75,000; tiffany.com

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LIGHT PHOTO : BARRY GROSSMAN . FABRIC AND WALLPAPER PHOTOS : ERIC ESPADA .

DEEP FREEZE

Trough Light by Alison Berger, price available upon request; hollyhunt.com

The Jeffrey Alan Marks Collection, price available upon request; kravet.com

Ripple Pillow in Pearl and Poolside Pillow in Strata, priced from $135; eskayel.com

Lapilli, Perrin & Perrin Collection, price available upon request; saint-louis.com

Desire Chair, $5,550; bykoket.com Glitter-Finished Leather Brogues, $650; miumiu.com

Break the ice this season with a wintery selection of fashion and home design accents that lean toward the chillier side. Imaginative photographer Gray Malin takes a break from capturing some of the world’s hottest beaches to focus on the snowy slopes for his collaboration with bespoke wallpaper company Black Crow Studios; designer Jeffrey Alan Marks astounds with a new icy palette for Kravet; and James Magni and Lalique appear to have taken great care in carving the perfect surfaces for their specially treated glass objects. From rich hues of indigo to a mix of frostier tones, it’s time to embrace a cold front.

Midnight Blue Tortue Vase, $3,950; 212.355.6550

XO Gray Malin Series for Black Crow Studios, price available upon request; blackcrowstudios.com

Manhattan Coffee Table, price available upon request; magnihomecollection.com

Alvey Wall Sconce by Katherine Wildt O’Brien, price available upon request; matthewstudiosny.com


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COMING OF AGE Agate Slice Mirror, price available upon request; tompalmerstudio.com

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ON THE ROCKS Trivelling Ring Flourite, $600; louisvuitton.com

Strata Study Pattern in collaboration with Apparatus, price available upon request; zakandfox.com Anasazi Aurora Collection Vase, $750; tatiana-studio.com

Kimberly McDonald Acrylic Tray Inlaid with Laguna Agate Printed Silk set in Polished Nickel, priced from $2,255; 310.854.0890

Isko Obelisks, priced from $484; rablabs.com

With all the incredible minerals popping up in jewelry and interiors this season, you might find yourself between a rock and a hard place when selecting just one. Without sacrificing style, these natural beauties pack a powerful punch of organic glamour that is evident in each and every selection. Jewelry designer Kimberly McDonald professes, “nothing is better than nature,” and her latest foray into home décor is bursting with all things geode, agate and onyx; L’Objet’s dreamy Malachite collection is a steadfast stunner; and Louis Vuitton’s bicolored tourmaline ring elicits instant sighs.

Assorted Malachite Plates, priced from $35; l-objet.com

Petrified Wood Side Table, $3,900; theline.com; adriannashamarisinc.com Table Or by Yves Klein, price available upon request; artwareeditions.com

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Cairo Lamp, price available upon request; brendahouston.com


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Brazilian furniture has captured the market’s attention, with Brazilian designers focusing on quality materials and construction. Additionally, they seem to have a sense of modern design and proportions. Jorge Zalszupin is one of the leaders in this genre; his designs are modern, proportioned, well-crafted, and exciting. Less is more. Modern designs offer simplicity. The unique silhouette of the PO-801 armchair is quiet, warm and sexy. We see it used as a pair or standing alone in a living room or bedroom. Objects20c’s clients appreciate and invest in good design, quality materials and craftsmanship. They would love this chair. In with the old: Furniture and decorative arts are a reflection of the past—the culture, the materials and the technology of the time. In our opinion, it grounds us. We always agree that our clients know what is best for their lifestyle. Style vs. comfort: Wade is sometimes willing to accept a little less comfort for something that looks off-the-charts fabulous. This season, we are excited to be finishing a new section on the second floor of our gallery focusing on contemporary art and design.

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the piece: PO-801 Armchair

the designer: Jorge Zalszupin, reintroduced by Espasso

find it: espasso.com

the inspiration:

In the 1960s, Polish designer Zalszupin moved to Brazil to develop his sensual, modern style. The straightforward frame and uniquely angled arms of this chair were rediscovered for Espasso’s 2014 launch.


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the collection: The Slag Series

the designer: David Taylor

the inspiration:

For Taylor, contrasting the raw, haphazard aspect of slag with polished materials such as aluminum and brass brings sophistication to what is essentially an unwanted waste product.

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JESSE CARRIER AND MARA MILLER, CARRIER AND COMPANY, INTERIOR DESIGNERS

David Taylor’s work is strong and rugged, but somehow still very pretty. There is a brutalist quality to his pieces. The Slag Series is sculptural, intriguing and daring. Opposites attract. Using a raw material like slag with refined polished metal makes the objects “naturally” less formal and intimidating. Taylor says, “Beauty needs corruption.” We agree! The tension created by variety is dynamic and interesting. Lighten up. Something that doesn’t seem too precious works with both the collective conscious and the enjoyment of acquiring a piece. Natural materials that stand the test of time are always a good investment. What is luxury? Quality and uniqueness: paying attention to methods of fabrication and design philosophies. The devil’s in the details. We tend to diverge on the details—size of an area rug, window treatment style; we’ve learned to give and take, and trust our instincts (even if we have to defend them!). Anything new? We are working on a book to be released in fall 2015. It’s a real privilege to reflect on what we do and why we do it.


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TODD NICKEY AND AMY KEHOE, NICKEY KEHOE, INTERIOR DESIGNERS

Brian Gennett is creating something artful that is also completely useful. In 3 words, these trays are: Cubist, primary and graphic. One-of-a-kind: In a world of big-box stores, it’s refreshing to find something handmade, especially using vintage materials. Gennett is based in L.A., and the graphic movement of color in these trays feels specific to our stomping grounds. The Fishscale, Angles and Herringbone trays remind us of Italian marble stationery. Back to the books: The bold geometric patterns crafted by the vintage book covers would be an asset to a color story and an impactful addition to any space. Let it go. Today we are all overexposed to what other artists are doing. It is important to not take it all so seriously—let your creativity unfold without restraint. Todd tends to be a less-is-more guy. Amy takes more risks when it comes to color. What’s next for Nickey Kehoe? A new chapter in our furniture collection.

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the collection: Fishscale, Angles and Herringbone Trays

the designer: Brian Gennett

find it: bespokeglobal.com

the process:

Brian Gennett creates his one-of-a-kind pieces, delicately fashioned in classic fish scale, angled and herringbone patterns, from the antiqued leather and marbleized endpaper found in vintage book covers.

PHOTOGRAPHY: ERIC ESPADA.

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Balance LED Task Lamp

the designer: Hubbardton Forge

the inspiration:

A company that has spent 40 years crafting metal, Hubbardton Forge uses its distinct techniques to create pieces that celebrate form, material and artistry.

find it:

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SHEA SOUCIE AND MARTIN HORNER, SOUCIE HORNER, INTERIOR DESIGNERS

We are big fans of Hubbardton Forge. In fact, we used some of their pieces in a private hunting lodge in Wisconsin. Made in America: It’s becoming increasingly rare to find things manufactured domestically, which makes it all the more special when we can source through artisans keeping craft alive in the U.S. As designers we are drawn to the Balance LED Task Lamp’s architecture and scale. It’s all about material. Aged bronze always gives a warm feel and the blend of the two-toned finish adds a dynamic, exciting quality to the piece. It’s reminiscent of a Mies van der Rohe building: balanced, architectural and severe. We love bronze; polished nickel, too. Both are malleable from a fabrication standpoint and can be made in a wide range of color values. We see the Balance lamp on a front entry hall table as a sculptural element. We can always agree on our starting point: finding out how a client wants to live and then deliver. Any news? We are excited about the continued expansion of our SHIIR rug division; we just opened our ninth showroom.


set in the piece: Overlin Console

the designer: Khouri Guzman Bunce Lininger

find it: kgblnyc.com

the process:

KGBL created an expertly crafted piece that is unapologetically modern. Carved from a single block of statuary marble, the Overlin console’s stone top is contrasted by a graphically bold base of silicon bronze.

RON WOODSON AND JAIME RUMMERFIELD, WOODSON & RUMMERFIELD’S HOUSE OF DESIGN, INTERIOR DESIGNERS

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Our first impression of KGBL: Their work is academic, clean and tailored. The Overlin console is quite elegant yet raw. The softness of the marble combined with the strength of the bronze frame is both dramatic and complementary; both materials are substantial and beautiful in their own right. The clean lines of this piece enhance the form on an architectural level. How would you accessorize the console? With a simple composition of books, a Le Labo candle and a petite bouquet of flowers. We believe good design is always tasteful, timeless and noteworthy. When shopping for a client we lean towards rich tones versus lighter colors. Sturdy and durable materials such as stone and bronze, like in the Overlin console, are a definite go-to. Back in time: This piece belongs in the Bauhaus era. What’s keeping you busy these days? We are working on a grand dame of a structure from a 1940s, old Hollywood style and the client is a wonderful collector of modern art; the juxtaposition is quite inspiring.


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PHOTOGRAPHY: ERIC ESPADA.

SACHIN AND BABI AHLUWALIA, SACHIN + BABI AND ANKASA, DESIGNERS

the collection: Eden and Foliage

the designer: Hella Jongerius for Maharam

find it: maharam.com

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Hella Jongerius thoughtfully created a collection inspired by nature. Eden and Foliage balance positive and negative space and play with scale. The positioning of the foliage is elegant without being too highly structured. In perfect harmony: The spacing of the foliage is harmoniously polar, almost melodic. You can see movement in the print through the placement of the leaves. At first glance we are inspired by the application of a classic theme to create a modern aesthetic. The use of color blocking and shape gives Eden and Foliage a compelling industrial feel. As in our Spring 2015 RTW collection, this collaboration has a careful and precise utilization of space. Think big. We prefer large-scale patterns and refining the play on big and small shapes to create visually appealing pieces. Go-to inspiration: We have always observed through an anthropological lens the way today’s woman dresses, as well as lives. We never disagree on what is relevant and fresh on the market.

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Jongerius reinvented the traditional botanical with this collection of two woven jacquards: Eden, with its high-contrast plant silhouettes, and Foliage, with its realistic blockprinted leaves, take a modern approach to flora and fauna.

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T H I S W I N T E R , P E E K PA S T T H E S T O R E F R O N T S A N D I N T O O U R R O U N D U P O F S H O P S F E AT U R I N G S W O O N - W O R T H Y G O O D S D E S E R V I N G O F A N Y FA S H I O N A B L E N E W Y O R K E R — E A C H W I T H I T S O W N U N I Q U E TA L E T O T E L L .

YOUTHFUL VISION

Over the Williamsburg Bridge in Brooklyn, imagination comes to life at Coral & Tusk, a magical shop filled with a variety of home décor, artwork, stationery, and accessories. Inspired by nature and the playful personalities of animals, owner Stephanie Housley’s products tell a story of personal discovery. The spirited characters are brought to life as pencil drawings before becoming the cute embroidered characters you’ll find on the shelves. We’re currently daydreaming about the upcoming collection of eventspecific products for babies, weddings, travel, and vacations. coralandtusk.com 166 L U X E I N T E R I O R S

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MODERN DECADENCE

Ethereal and elegant, sparkling chandeliers glimmer overhead amongst lush velvet sofas, gilded case goods and home accents at the first showroom for luxury lifestyle brand Aerin. Owned by mogul Aerin Lauder and located in the bustling New York Design Center, there’s a special air about the 2,000-square-foot showroom filled with furniture, lighting, fabric, and decorative objects from the design mastermind who brings together all things opulent. This season, we’re framing our favorite holiday photos in Aerin’s dreamy shagreen-and-brass frames that are sure to make a statement on any nightstand. aerin.com

FINE PRINT

Curl up this winter in handblock-printed cotton bedding from Jay Street Block Print Company. Located in Brooklyn’s Dumbo district, the shop is reimagining the days when the area was a hub for mercantilism and manufacturing. Garnering inspiration from their worldly travels, the team sketches up new patterns each season in fresh colorways, varying scales and new patterns. Respectively named after a street in Jaipur, India, we’re loving the Thakur collection of pillowcases, duvets and quilts accented with playful pom-pom trim. jaystblockprint.com

CULTURE SHOCK

Drawn to the lost days of small-town Americana, where a general store sat on every corner, Sawyer Smith and Alex Chang of Smith & Chang General Goods have sought out to revive those days—but with a modern vision in mind. Located in Jersey City, the shop is filled with responsibly made goods to browse as you listen to jazz music playing in the background. Relish in all things old school at the newly constructed café and munch on delicious pastries and desserts while you peruse the store’s bestselling line of natural soaps and lip balms infused with essential oils. smithchang.com


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Owner Paul Covello felt a deep yearning to give others the same experience he had growing up in the picturesque city of Woodstock. Opened just last summer in his hometown, Hotel Dylan on Maverick Road does just that. After enlisting the help of designers Cortney and Robert Novogratz, the team designed the hotel in such a way that perfectly pays homage to the area’s rich history. An oversized Michael De Feo flower installation greets guests on the façade of the hotel, while inside, each room highlights a great musician from the era through photographs by Elliott Landy. Tucked away right outside the heart of the town, take yourself back to a time when it was all about peace, love and music. thehoteldylan.com

wine and dine

Imported and domestic cheeses beg to be sampled at 109 Cheese & Wine, the ultimate destination for wine and artisanal cheeses. Located on Danbury Road in Ridgefield, owners and husband-and-wife team Monica and Todd Brown stock the shelves with reds, whites and rosés amongst creamy, tangy, sharp, and mild cheeses. Pair all of that with engaging classes about various wine regions, and you’re sure to be a connoisseur in no time. 109cheeseandwine.com

edible art

Sogoal Zolghadri of Sogi’s Honey Bakeshop creates delicious baked goods almost too pretty to eat in her Brooklyn-based bakery. Zolghadri makes her confectionery works of art from natural ingredients with inklings of citrus and almond, adding just the right amount of sweetness. The designs are limitless for Zolghadri, who has created everything from sweet Peter Rabbit cookies that seem to have popped straight from the children’s book to more rustic bear-shaped cookies in plaid and tribal prints. We recommend the delicious handpainted emoji sugar cookies that are sure to be a crowd pleaser. sogoalzolghadri.com

local flavor

Exposed brick walls, emerald-hued draperies and crystal chandeliers set the tone in the new addition to Tribeca’s restaurant scene: White Street. Once an armory, the sophisticated space was refreshed by Nella Vetrina, who gave it a modern take on old-school New York. Chef Floyd Cardoz and his team serve up mouthwatering plates such as braised-beef short ribs, which pairs well with the signature drink Garland, a refreshing take on the vodka gimlet. whitestreetnyc.com

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My must-read design book is American Decoration: A Sense of Place by iconic interior designer and arts and antiques expert Thomas Jayne of Jayne Design Studio. jaynedesignstudio.com

HOME GROWN

Chef Bill Taibe is Connecticut’s pioneer in the farm-to-table concept—a true artisan when it comes to food. I get a craving for the fried chicken sandwich at his restaurant, The Whelk in Westport. I don’t know what they do with the chicken, but it’s really delicious and is paired with pimento cheese, bread-andbutter pickles and cabbage slaw. My dear friend designed the interior, which feels as if you’re sitting in someone’s kitchen near the beach—it’s light and airy yet still homey. thewhelkwestport.com

NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in Ridgefield hosts a contemporary cocktail party on the first Friday of every month. It never seems to work out with my schedule, but it’s on my to-do list to attend. The event seems like an easy way to sneak in culture, live music and time with friends. One of my New Year’s resolutions is to visit, as I really enjoy the museum and want to support it. aldrichart.org

REFINED ESSENTIALS

The Mayflower Grace, in the tranquil town of Washington, is a must for a Connecticut getaway. The quintessential New England-country retreat boasts rooms with a traditional, countryside feel. I recommend staying in Suite 32 in the main house; it has a fireplace and an astonishing balcony view onto the Shakespeare Garden. Plus, the spa is an unexpected oasis and was designed to perfection by the late Randall Ridless. Don’t forget your swimsuit to enjoy the thermal sanctuary—it’s just like the Turkish baths! gracehotels.com/mayflower

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SKATE AROUND

The Westport P.A.L. Rink at Longshore sits next to the Long Island Sound, making it a fun place to people watch in the winter. Afterward, you can take a stroll through the village of Southport with its stunning Georgian, Victorian and Federal mansions, once home to sea captains. The streets are still paved with original blue-slate walkways and cobblestones— just like a Norman Rockwell painting. wpalrink.com

ROOM SERVICE

My go-to home accessory shop is Bungalow in Westport, owned by Wende Cohen, who has an amazing eye for gathering an inspiring assortment of antiques and home accessories from all over the continent. I often stop in the day before a project installation and fill my car with all of the finishing touches to deck out a client’s home. They have the greatest collection of pillows, artifacts and accessories. bungalowdecor.com

SCHOOL SPIRIT

The Yale campus is a living history of architecture over three centuries old. My favorite building is the Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, which is a must-visit around noon. The exterior is constructed of Vermont marble, which becomes translucent at midday when hit by the sun and magically lights up the interior of the building. It’s a very unique and modern setting juxtaposed with stacks of leather-bound books. yale.edu

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color blind black and white are stylish staples in the fashion world, and the high-contrast look is now taking the lead in interiors, as well, alongside a few shades of gray and a touch of pink.

This carefully curated selection of carpets appears to be seeing the world in black and white—but through rose-colored glasses—with sleek monochromatic tones punched up by cool pinks, deep fuchsias and graphic patterns. Famed rug purveyor Kyle Bunting plays with the absence of color in his latest collaboration with Austin designer Fern Santini in the hide shown, while Portland-based Kush adds gentle pops of blush and textile queens Serena & Lily stun with a chunky abaca imbued with textured bravado. Clockwise from top left: No. 005502 in Ice Blue, Warp & Weft; warpandweft.com. Windrose, designed by Fern Santini for Kyle Bunting; kylebunting.com. No. 5-778 Year of the Dragon in Pink, Kush Handmade Rugs; kushrugs.com. B&W Collection, Schönstaub GmbH; schoenstaub.com. Braided Abaca Rug in Steel, Serena & Lily; serenaandlily.com. No. 1330236, ABC Carpet & Home; abchome.com. Zurich, Tania Johnson Design; taniajohnsondesign.com. Ground carpet: Farah in Multi, Aelfie; aelfie.com.

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[historical reference]

global view the strong flavors and influences of the middle east yield to the exotic, and the same can be said of the region’s use of rich, saturated hues.

The deep palettes of the rugs found here, filled with full-bodied sapphires, opulent emeralds and fiery rubies, have us ready for an exploration abroad. Laying the groundwork is Organic Loom’s Turkish Vintage carpet that’s grounded in a rich cerulean yarn and complemented with indigo etching, while Vanderhurd’s Islamic Star evokes a strong sense of history by way of pattern, and Designers Guild’s sumptuous ombres add luster courtesy the Phipps collection fashioned from India-sourced silk. Clockwise from top left: Phaedra I/SP, Style No. EF ALW09ON, The Alpha Workshops Edition for Edward Fields; edwardfields.com. Islamic Star, Vanderhurd; vanderhurd.com. Phipps Collection in Heather, Sky, Aubergine, and Moss, Designers Guild; designersguild.com. No. 1330238 and No. 1330253, ABC Carpet & Home; abchome.com. Ground carpet: Turkish Vintage No. 69, Organic Looms; organiclooms.com.


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natural selection finding neutral ground shouldn’t be too difficult down a serene yet expressive path.

There is a certain art to the adage less is more. For starters, this pragmatic compendium of rugs shows that a subdued palette can be as deeply rich and textured as one that is brightly colored. Alexander McQueen’s Monarch Fire for The Rug Company cleverly conveys the whimsy of a butterfly without a literal interpretation, acting as a quiet yet striking backdrop for the composition; Bunny Williams lends her refined taste to Dash & Albert when creating quality jutes that mix with cozy cottons; and Warp & Weft keeps it simple yet luxurious with their next-level silks. Clockwise from top left: Oldie Dark Yellow, CC-Tapis; cc-tapis.com. Butterfly Charcoal Coco, Tufenkian Artisan Carpets; tufenkiancarpets.com. Enjoy by Tanya Nolan, 27 Ground for Woven Accents; wovenonline.com. No. 005509 in Leaf, Warp & Weft; warpandweft.com. Marco JuniperJute Soumak Woven Rug, Bunny Williams for Dash & Albert; dashandalbert.annieselke.com.E’Bella/EB 2014/103, Studio Four NYC; studiofournyc.com. Alpaca Boucle in Limeade,Rosemary Hallgarten; rosemaryhallgarten.com. Manhattan, Places Collection, Tania Johnson Design; taniajohnsondesign.com. Ground carpet: Monarch Fire by Alexander McQueen, The Rug Company; therugcompany.com.

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design dialogue. i n t i m at e c o n v e r s at i o n s w i t h a n i n t e r n at i o n a l l y known interior designer, a contemporary artist w i t h a b i g r e v e a l , a n d a j e t- s e t t i n g t e x t i l e m av e n .


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p o r t r a i t : r o b y n t w o m e y . o p p o s i t e : c o u r t e sy d o m i n g o z a pata .

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“I genuinely do not remember a day in my life without painting,” says artist Domingo Zapata. “I am lucky to do what I love for a living.” Opposite: Zapata’s painting, A Bullfighter in Cipriani, depicts what he thinks a bullfighter would do if he came to New York: “He would have brunch with his bull at my favorite restaurant,” he says.


“I just want to make the world a little bit more beautiful,” says contemporary artist Domingo Zapata, the Majorca-born New Yorker who has a knack for creating work that’s often rooted in history. “I try to bring old-master artists into contemporary life by experimenting with new

The Mona Lisa is a common theme in some of Zapata’s work; he likes to add contemporary touches with a more urban style as in The Mona Lisa Queen of Hearts (left) and The Mona Lisa American Flag.

techniques,” he says. “By thoroughly studying a 200-year-old painting, I can interpret how it fits into today.” The result is a vibrant piece of art that simultaneously excites with its newness and comforts with its familiarity. This approach to art is perhaps what landed a commission to create a 25-by-10-foot mural for the lobby of the Freedom Tower: The collage-like piece will fashion an American flag created with materials from every state, such as steel from Chicago and sand from the Florida coast. One of the most poignant aspects of this piece is the 50 mirror-like stars that will reflect its voyeurs. “Everyone who stands before this mural is a part of it,” adds Zapata. “We are all united in respect of the tragedy that happened here, but we are also embracing the future.” dzapata.com; 310.745.0989

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domingo zapata My work is...

Spontaneous and free. I try to develop my body of work on a daily basis because it allows me to express my feelings as they come. DreaM collaboration:

I would love to design a building in New York City with Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava. Describe your hoMe.

I live in an 1850s townhouse in Gramercy Park. It’s very traditional with old furniture, high ceilings and beautiful light. My favorite room is the library. Favorite hotel:

I always enjoy the Hotel Costes in Paris for its exquisite and delicate interiors. you can FinD Me at...

The bar at Cipriani Downtown. I have a weakness for its famous Bellinis. when entertaining...

Never have too many people. It’s important to spend time with all of your guests. every artist shoulD:

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“I cannot remember a starting point, but art and design have always been in my life, mostly through my mother,” says Rosemary Hallgarten, on how she started her career in textile design. Opposite: As a true world traveler, Hallgarten likes to unwind at the Hotel Unique in São Paulo, Brazil.

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For Westport-based textile designer Rosemary Hallgarten, nothing is more beautiful than soothing palettes and natural textures when forming the essence of her design story. “I approach much of what I do like a writer,” says Hallgarten, who launched her namesake brand in 2006. “Just as writers wait for characters to form their story, I wait for visual characters.” Be it luxurious silk and cashmere from Nepal, Brazilian industrial leather, or soft alpaca sourced from trips in Peru, every fiber in her handmade pieces balances

The shimmer on Hallgarten’s metallic-washed linen adds a punch of sophisticated flair to an otherwise subdued yet highly durable fabric.

material integrity with local sustainability. “By paying attention to these nuances, my rugs live and have a soul,” admits the expat, whose mother is also a designer. Whether she’s creating textiles for pillows, throws or her custommade rugs, Hallgarten’s inspirations run deep and are often influenced by her travels to such cities as Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo and Beirut. Says the designer, “In seeing different combinations of colors and textures and witnessing the way people interact, I get the chance to get out of my framework and only then does my brain begin to move.” rosemaryhallgarten.com; 203.259.1003

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ROSEMARY HALLGARTEN I LOVE WHAT I DO BECAUSE…

I am lucky enough to be able to work with artisans from all over the world. Giving them work and helping to keep their local traditions alive is so gratifying. WHAT’S INSPIRING YOU NOW?

I am injecting a little shine in some of my new and existing fabrics. It’s perfect for this time of year and tends to brighten everything up. COVETED ITEM:

A photo of my mother’s studio in Sermoneta, Italy. She had a vine-covered terrace and the photo shows rugs hanging amongst the vines. FAVORITE HOTEL:

Hotel Unique in São Paulo, designed by Ruy Ohtake. The modern architecture is unbelievable and the rooftop terrace has the best views in Brazil. WHAT DO YOU COLLECT?

Furniture that is both beautiful and functional. My taste is very modern, but I like to mix in items with a personal history. DESIGN ICON:

Picasso, because he broke the mold.

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interior design

“I am responsible for giving my clients a home that imparts context and personal style to their collections,” says Richard Mishaan of his design approach. Opposite: One of Mishaan’s trusted sources for contemporary art is the PK Shop at the Paul Kasmin Gallery.

portrait: laura barisonzi. opposite: elizabeth bernstein, courtesy paul kasmin gallery. top right: courtesy richard mishaan.

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Just as haute couture sparks a look that transcends the fashion spectrum, Richard Mishaan and his team of six designers have achieved the same effect with interiors. The internationally acclaimed New York designer has

This past fall, Mishaan released his second book, Artfully Modern: Interiors by Richard Mishaan, which showcases a collection of his latest luxurious spaces and influential designs.

an intuitive talent for sourcing pedigreed antiques and exquisite art to create interiors he describes as “modern yet referenced from a time gone by.” Mishaan has brought that sensibility to a wider audience last fall with his second book, Artfully Modern: Interiors by Richard Mishaan. “It’s filled with takeaways and personal lessons that I have learned over the years, and it can apply to either another designer or on your own,” he says. Now, Mishaan is going mainstream with hotel commissions in Miami’s South Beach and his native Cartagena, Colombia. There is little doubt that each project will be filled with pieces from his myriad home product lines and accessories from Homer, his Greenwich Village shop. “It always comes down to democratized good taste, and now there are no excuses for not having a beautifully designed space.” richardmishaan.com; 212.223.7502

spreading the word

richard mishaan Greatest influences:

Traveling, but I can also find inspiration at a yard sale. I believe that you need to keep your eyes open at all times. i love what i do because…

I enjoy working for people who like to collect and apparently they like to work with me, as well. It’s all about figuring out a way to give them exactly what they want. favorite decoratinG sources:

The Paul Kasmin Gallery in New York City. They have a knack for representing the latest and greatest modern and contemporary artists, photographers and sculptors. trend you’re excited by:

My new favorite thing is the work of Guido Gambone, whose ceramics collection consists of pieces from the 1960s and ’70s. I like anything that is old and forgotten. current project:

I’m currently assisting in the renovation of The Shelborne Wyndham Grand South Beach. Most people don’t know:

I love to sing and I have a very good voice.

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comfort zone. luxury comes in many forms. Here, unexpected elements mingle to fasHion a kitcHen and batHroom tHat are elegant yet laid-back and full of personality. written and produced by

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Using rich crimson AGA stoves as her base, designer Kathryn M. Ireland blends antiques from Obsolete in Los Angeles and cookbooks from Diesel, A Bookstore in Brentwood, California, with her own artistic finds, collectibles and textiles in this Los Angeles kitchen.


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layered dish In thIs cozy Los AngeLes kItchen by desIgner Kathryn M. I relan d, su rprIses Abo u n d I n th e fo rm o f Art, textI Les An d cAn dy Ap p Le r ed AgA stoves thAt p ep p er I n chAr m An d Ad d

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dAshes of souL to the chArIsmAtIc spAce.

What’s your philosophy when it comes to kitchen design? It’s all about comfort for me. A kitchen should feel like a living room with furniture and décor. If you can find one great piece, make it a dresser or armoire and keep all your plates, glasses and linens in there. It mixes things up and keeps your counters clear. This room is so full of character. Nothing is too stiff. I like to make people smile by using quirky things like art with funny sayings, antique pieces and pottery made by local artisans. Art isn’t something you see too often in the kitchen. Art finishes off a space. I have a Damien Hirst in my Santa Monica kitchen; it’s really cheerful. Your best piece doesn’t have to be in the drawing room. What other touches are key to a cozy kitchen? Textiles. Use fabrics or an old quilt thrown over the table. A tablecloth can totally change the mood of a room. Let’s pretend you’re hosting a dinner party. Who’s there and what are you serving? Arianna Huffington, movie producer Art Linson, John Edelman from Design Within Reach, and designers Windsor Smith and Martyn Lawrence Bullard: People who enjoy eating and have a lot to say. And I’d make a simple salmon with warm potato salad and asparagus. Oh, and a wonderful ice cream. And you’re cooking all of this on your AGA stove, of course? I’m a lifelong fan of AGA, and I also represent them in the U.S. I learned to cook on one, as did my boys; it’s a staple in an English kitchen. Radiant heat is really the best way to cook. How do you keep all these elements laid-back yet luxurious? Luxury is in the layering of the art, rugs, fabrics, furniture…you have to treat it all equally. When all those pieces live harmoniously, that’s where the magic is. Go outside of your comfort zone. There’s nothing worse than a boring house; it’s worse than a boring person!


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bathing beauty fashioned by designer schuyler samperton for a supermodel with a nomadic spirit, this los angeles bathroom is—much

This bathroom belongs to supermodel Carolyn Murphy. Tell me how the space came together. The house had such great bones, and the previous owners did an amazing job at selecting many of the finishes you see here. All the materials feel like they had a former life. I helped her pull it together. It’s very human and cozy; you just connect with it on an innate level. Carolyn herself is a wanderer, and this space fits that spirit. It’s so perfectly imperfect. That’s what I love about it. It has a patina. The floors are reclaimed, the sink unit has a distressed chalky gray-green finish. Nothing is too sterile. I don’t mind leather that’s scratched or metal that is tarnished. I actually prefer those imperfections. It’s easier to relax in a room that is slightly flawed. That large art piece just draws you in. That is something Carolyn previously owned. The tea-stained background worked so well with the marble and stone throughout. There are also prints on the other side of the tub that are framed with deep-toned mats. They play into the vintage vibe, as do the wild harvested flowers. I love how dramatic they are; it’s opulent yet relaxed. Does that speak to your overall design aesthetic? I have bohemian tendencies, and like layering pieces of more humble origins with those of a fancier pedigree. I love finding unusual things in unusual places. Any recent anecdotes? I found a 22-foot-tall totem pole in Idaho. There was no paint on it, just this beautiful carving. I used it for a lake house in the Sierra Nevadas. When I saw it, I knew it was perfect. Besides a giant totem, what one element ties together a room? That’s tough. I love rugs, though, whether antique or something I find at the flea market; they round out a space. Set the mood: how do you relax? Diptyque has the most unique scents. I’m drawn to their lotions and, of course, their candles. They transport you.

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LUXE INTERIORS + DESIGN PRESENTS OUR 2015 GOLD LIST: A HIGH-STYLE GUIDE TO THE GREAT TALENTS OF OUR INDUSTRY; THE ARCHITECTS, INTERIOR DESIGNERS, HOME BUILDERS, AND LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS FROM ACROSS THE COUNTRY WHOSE PROJECTS HAVE NOT ONLY GRACED OUR PAGES OVER THE PAST 12 MONTHS, BUT HAVE PROVIDED ENDLESS INSPIRATION. — THE EDITORS


Rose, blush and purples paired with beautiful gray tones are setting the stage this season. —MELISSA LEWIS CHICAGO

chicago

Architecture: Wheeler Kearns Architects Interior Design: Britt Taner Design Home Builder: Fraser Construction, Inc. Landscape Architecture: William Heffernan Landscapes

colorado

Architecture: Studio B Architecture + Interiors Home Builder: Koru, Ltd Landscape Architecture: Bluegreen

houston

Interior Design: Chandos Interiors Landscape Architecture: Dawson Estes, Inc. Landscape Architecture

every home should spotlight the work of local . —THOM SCHuLTz MErCEr ISLAnd


San FranciSco

Interior Architecture & Interior Design: ODADA Home Builder: Van Acker Construction Associates

study design history. from a strong foundation comes the knowledge to develop your own style .

ScottSdale

Architecture: Wendell Burnette Architects Interior Design: LeavittWeaver Home Builder: The Construction Zone, Ltd. Landscape Architecture: D. Berry Landscape Design

—havilandE WhitComb WEstport

new York

Architecture: John B. Murray Architect Interior Design: Jennifer Post Design Inc. Home Builder: Peter Cosola Inc.

brass is definitely the new black . —JaimE rummErfiEld los angElEs

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phoenix Architecture: Fusch Architects, Inc. Architecture: Interior Design: Laura Lee ClarkTennen Interior Studio Design, Inc. Home Builder: Tennen Home Builder: Bob Thompson Homes Construction Landscape Architecture: Harold Leidner Landscape Architects

The Kimbell Art Museum, where daylight is eloquently captured by the architecture, is a constant source of inspiration.

—Chandos dodson EplEy houston


napa valley

Architecture: Andrew Mann Architecture Interior Design: Kara Mann Design Home Builder: Thollander Construction, Inc. Landscape Architecture: Scott Lewis Landscape Architecture

MiaMi

Interior Design: Hinojosa Design Studio

The 1550 N. State Parkway building by architect Benjamin Marshall embodies classic Chicago. —CARI GIANNOULIAS CHICAGO

Colorado

Architecture: Tommy Hein Architects Interior Design: Sherman & Hiteshew Interior Design, Inc. Home Builder: Finbro Construction Colorado

Architecture & Interior Design: Rowland+Broughton Architecture and Urban Design Home Builder: Brikor Associates Landscape Architecture: Bluegreen

telluride is a soft cradle in the midst of jagged peaks. —TOMMY HEIN TELLURIDE


los angeles

Architecture: Rubenstein Architects Interior Design & Home Builder: Design Life, LLC

it pays to splurge on a great quality mattress and luxurious italianmade linens. —OHARA DAVIES-GAETANO cORONA DEl mAR

san francisco

Interior Design: Palmer Weiss Interior Design Home Builder: Moroso Construction

negative space is the new black . —TOR BARSTAD PHOENIX

Baltimore

Interior Design: Jenkins Baer Associates Landscape Architecture: Hord Coplan Macht maliBu

Architecture: Burdge & Associates Architects, Inc. Interior Design: Brooke Wagner Design Landscape Architecture: Randall Landscape Design

Layers of deep greens, silver and white always bring an elegant touch to a garden.

—KENNETH PHIlP SEATTlE


olive is the new black . it ’s the color of shadows and green goes with everything; just look outside! —Marshall Erb ChiCago

San FranciSco

Interior Design: Myra Hoefer Design

My design icon is Alvar Aalto, an innovator who was as concerned with architectural language as he was with furniture design.

—Elissa MorgaNTE ChiCago

San FranciSco

Interior Design: Ken Fulk Inc Home Builder: Cal-C.A.D.E. Construction Inc. Landscape Architecture: Hill/Stephens Design

cHicago

Architecture: Studio RMR & Midwest Architecture Studio, Inc. Interior Design: Studio RMR Home Builder: Goldberg General Contracting Inc. Landscape Architecture: Scott Byron & Co., Inc.

every home needs a soul , a point of view, and a spot to make a really great cocktail! —ThoM FiliCia NEw York

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Interior Design: Ashley Eckel Interior Design


montecito

Architecture: Calvin Design Interior Architecture: Elizabeth Vallino Interiors Home Builder: Buildwell Construction Landscape Architecture: Urban Eco Design, Inc.

fear is the enemy of good design! if everyone likes something , it ’s probably not that great.

—Ken FulK San FranciSco

Washington, d.c.

Architecture & Interior Design: Sorg Architects

Plaster, all the rage in the 1930s and ’40s thanks to Giacometti, is making a comeback.” —raji radhaKriShnan WaShington, d.c.

phoenix

Architecture: Tennen Studio Home Builder: Tennen Construction

south florida

Architecture: CMA Design Studio Inc. Interior Design: Marlene Murrah Interiors Home Builder: Anglés Construction, Inc. Landscape Architecture: SMI Landscape Architecture, Inc.

scottsdale

Architecture & Home Builder: The Construction Zone, Ltd. Landscape Architecture: Flo Design + Construction


Exposed concrete block is an inherently honest material. New colors, textures and finishes elevate it from modest to noble and refined.

—Brent Kendle ScottSdale

san francisco

Architecture: Ken Linsteadt Architects Interior Design: Martha Angus Inc. Home Builder: GGD, Inc.

seattle

Architecture: Chris Pardo Design: Elemental Architecture

scottsdale

Architecture: Berkelhamer Architects Interior Design: SemelSnow Interior Design, Inc. Landscape Architecture: Trueform Landscape Architecture Studio

when you ’re all finished and you think the room is perfect, take something out. —Sheldon harte laguna Beach


newport beach

Architecture: C. J. Light Associates Interior Design: Melinda Grubbs Interior Design Home Builder: RDM General Contractors Landscape Architecture: MDZA Landscape Architecture

always splurge on travel . it ’s the only thing you can spend money on that will make you richer .

seattle

Architecture: AOME Architects Interior Design: Chin-Ley/Reche Associates Home Builder: Toth Construction, Inc.

—andreW Mann San FranciSco

southampton

Architecture: Alveary Architecture Interior Design: Fox-Nahem Associates Home Builder: 3-D Building

Every home should have a diversity of spaces, both intimate and expansive. —WendeLL Burnette Phoenix

houston

Interior Design: Bellacasa Design Associates Inc. Home Builder: Windstone Partners LLC

br azilian architect marcio kogan’s work exemplifies warm, modern architecture.

—Martin LitMan MiaMi


delaware

Architecture: Kamm Architecture Home Builder: Garrison Homes

los angeles

Architecture: Kingsley Stephenson Architecture Interior Design: Nickey · Kehoe, Inc. Home Builder: Roha Construction Landscape Architecture: Nancy Heller Designs

wallcoverings are more popular now than ever . i recently splurged on de gournay panels for my own home .

—Jan ShowerS DallaS

seattle

Architecture: SkB Architects Home Builder: Dyna Contracting Landscape Architecture: Allworth Design

Pasadena’s architecture—from a midcentury Buff & Hensman to a 1920s Wallace Neff estate— inspires and brings history forward for young designers. —Tamara Kaye-honey SouTh PaSaDena


seattle

Architecture: CCS Architecture Home Builder: Eric Kormondy Construction Inc. Landscape Architecture: Kenneth Philp Landscape Architects

Chintz is back; it seems to have never left, though there’ll always be a place for it.

phoenix

Architecture: Tennen Studio Home Builder: Tennen Construction

east hampton

Architecture & Interior Design: Janson Goldstein LLP Home Builder: Hobbs, Incorporated Landscape Architecture: Joseph W. Tyree Landscape Design, Inc.

—LAuren LieSS WAShington, d.c.

my design icon is dorothy dr aper . the girl had guts. —AndreA MonAth SchuMAcher denver

new york

Architecture & Interior Design: Mendelson Group Home Builder: J & J Johnson Co. Inc.

san Francisco

Architecture & Interior Design: Sutro Architects Home Builder: Upscale Construction, Inc.

use vintage furnishings and reimagine them for today’s lifestyle. the past fuels the present. —PAtrick drAgonette LoS AngeLeS


the most overlooked design tool is… the humble pencil . —DaviD toDD oLDroyD san Francisco

montecito

Architecture & Interior Design: Marmol Radziner

Use cashmere for upholstery and window treatments as an elegant way to add luxury and warmth to a room.

—Katie stassi-scott houston

amagansett phoenix Architecture: Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects

Studio Interior Architecture: Design: YabuTennen Pushelberg Home Builder: Tennen Construction

I love using indoor-outdoor velvets; they look luxurious and are bulletproof.

—Dana Lyon Phoenix

greenwich

Interior Design: Carmiña Roth Interiors LLC

beverly hills

Architecture: Studio Tim Campbell Interior Design: Cari Berg Interior Design Home Builder: Industrial Strength Development Inc. Landscape Architecture: Land Plan Landscaping


miami

Interior Design: Jen Going Interiors

phoenix

Architecture: Tennen Studio Home Builder: Tennen Construction

malibu

Architecture: Tobias Architecture, Inc. Interior Design: Reath Design Home Builder: Ono Construction, Inc. Landscape Architecture: Julie Friedrichsen Design LLC

Benjamin Moore’s Dragon Breath is an earthy, off-black color that makes walls disappear and opens up a room. —Jen GoinG new York

my favorite materials to work with lately are shagreen, bronze and rift-cut oak . —CHAD eiSner LoS AnGeLeS

austin

Architecture & Interior Design: Dick Clark + Associates Home Builder: Battaglia Fine Homes, Inc. Landscape Architecture: Mark Word Design

new york

Interior Design: Sara Gilbane Interiors Home Builder: Hite Construction Landscape Architecture: Lauren E. Living, LLC


arizona H G.M. Hunt BuildersreModelers, inc. Cave Creek, AZ gmhuntbuilders.com I decesare desiGn Group, inc. Mesa, AZ decesaredesigngroup.com H rJ BroMley construction inc. Mesa, AZ rjbromleyconstruction.com A H Kevin B. Howard arcHitects Oro Valley, AZ kbharchitect.com L

tHe Garden Gate Oro Valley, AZ thegardengateaz.com H tHe McHallaM coMpany, llc Oro Valley, AZ themchallamco.com A I arcHitector, pc Phoenix, AZ architector.com A H Bistany plc Phoenix, AZ 602.625.8397

d. Berry landscape desiGn Phoenix, AZ dberrylandscapedesign.com L

elizaBetH a. rosensteel desiGn/ studio, llc Phoenix, AZ rosensteeldesign.com I

H L Flo desiGn + construction Phoenix, AZ 480.227.7980 L Gordon wayne Jones Phoenix, AZ 602.274.4611

Knoell & Quidort arcHitects Phoenix, AZ kqarchitects.com A I

MacKos arcHitecture and construction llc Phoenix, AZ mackos.com A H

I palM desiGn Group Phoenix, AZ palmdesigngroup.com A I H tHe construction zone, ltd. Phoenix, AZ czphx.com

I H salcito custoM HoMes Scottsdale, AZ salcito.com

L Mdza landscape arcHitecture Corona del Mar, CA mdza.net

L todd Fry landscape arcHitects La Jolla, CA tf-la.com

H tierra custoM HoMes Scottsdale, AZ tierracustomhomes.com

I oHara daviesGaetano interiors Corona del Mar, CA odg-interiors.com

H eceGc, inc. Lakeside, CA ecegc.com

L trueForM landscape arcHitecture studio Phoenix, AZ trueformlas.com

I wiseMan & Gale interiors Scottsdale, AZ wisemanandgale.com

A wendell Burnette arcHitects Phoenix, AZ wendellburnettearchitects.com

A roBinette arcHitects, inc. Tucson, AZ robinettearchitect.com

BenissiMo, llc Scottsdale, AZ 480.941.0616 H

L BerGHoFF desiGn Group Scottsdale, AZ berghoffdesign.com

BerKley. interior & liFestyle desiGn Scottsdale, AZ berkleyvallone.com

australia I neil BradFord desiGn Sydney, NSW, Australia neilbradforddesign.com

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A H calvis wyant luxury HoMes, inc. Scottsdale, AZ calviswyant.com A dale Gardon desiGn Scottsdale, AZ dalegardondesign.com L GBtwo landscape arcHitecture, inc. Scottsdale, AZ gbtwo.com H GeMini developMent corp. Scottsdale, AZ geminidevelopmentcorp.com L Greey | picKett Scottsdale, AZ greeypickett.com I Janet BrooKs desiGn Scottsdale, AZ janetbrooksdesign.com A Kendle desiGn collaBorative Scottsdale, AZ kendledesign.com

pHx arcHitecture Scottsdale, AZ phxarch.com A

CaliFornia trina turK Alhambra, CA trinaturk.com I

L cHristine london ltd. Beverly Hills, CA christinelondonltd.com

desiGn liFe, llc Beverly Hills, CA nicolesassaman.com I H

industrial strenGtH developMent inc. Beverly Hills, CA 310.890.3007 H

H tHollander construction, inc. Calistoga, CA 707.942.0715

leavittweaver Ceres, CA leavittweaver.com I

BrooKe waGner desiGn Corona del Mar, CA brookewagnerdesign.com I

L Garden studio desiGn Corona del Mar, CA gardenstudiodesign.com

cHristian rice arcHitects, inc. Coronado, CA christianrice.com A

lorton MitcHell custoM HoMes, inc. Coronado, CA lortonmitchellhomes.com H

H rdM General contractors Costa Mesa, CA rdmgc.com H seacrest developers, inc. Costa Mesa, CA seacrestdevelopers.com I aMy Meier desiGn Del Mar, CA amymeierdesign.com

ruBenstein arcHitects El Segundo, CA rubensteinarchitects.com A

I Myra HoeFer desiGn Healdsburg, CA myrahoeferdesign.com A Foreststudio Laguna Beach, CA foreststudio.com A GraHaM arcHitecture Laguna Beach, CA grahamarchitecture.com I Harte Brownlee & associates Laguna Beach, CA hartebrownlee.com I MicHael Fullen desiGn Group Laguna Beach, CA michaelfullen.com H sHields construction inc. Laguna Beach, CA 714.501.6600 L la Jolla landscape & desiGn llc La Jolla, CA lajollalandscapeanddesign.com

I cari BerG interior desiGn Los Angeles, CA cariberginteriordesign.com L dee paul/landscapes Los Angeles, CA 323.365.3330 I draGonette ltd Los Angeles, CA dragonetteltd.com H Fort Hill construction Los Angeles, CA forthill.com A I Giannetti arcHitecture & interiors inc. Los Angeles, CA giannettiarchitects.com A KinGsley stepHenson arcHitecture Los Angeles, CA kingsley-stephenson.com A I linda Brettler arcHitect Los Angeles, CA lindabrettler.com A I H L lori dennis, inc. Los Angeles, CA loridennis.com A I H L MarMol radziner Los Angeles, CA marmol-radziner.com H M.s. elite General construction inc. Los Angeles, CA 323.873.3800 I H L nancy Heller desiGns Los Angeles, CA 310.889.9999 I nicKey 路 KeHoe, inc. Los Angeles, CA nickeykehoe.com I reatH desiGn Los Angeles, CA reathdesign.com


H Roha ConstRuCtion Los Angeles, CA 323.369.5008 I Ryan White Designs Los Angeles, CA ryanwhitedesigns.com A I L sammy CastRo Design Los Angeles, CA sammycastro.com I smith FiRestone assoCiates Los Angeles, CA sfadesign.com

stuDio tim Campbell Los Angeles, CA studiotimcampbell.com A I

WooDson & RummeRFielD’s house oF Design Los Angeles, CA wandrdesign.com I

buRDge & assoCiates aRChiteCts, inC. Malibu, CA buaia.com A

ChaRles a. Winans iV Malibu, CA 310.562.5377 H

ono ConstRuCtion, inC. Malibu, CA onoconstructioninc.com H

tobias aRChiteCtuRe, inC. Malibu, CA tobiasarchitecture.com A

Van aCkeR ConstRuCtion assoCiates Mill Valley, CA vanacker.com H

DaViD a. kaeCh & assoCiates, inC. Mission Viejo, CA dakaarchitects.com A

beRnaRD tRainoR + assoCiates Monterey, CA bernardtrainor.com L

stoCkeR & allaiRe geneRal ContRaCtoRs inC. Monterey, CA stockerallaire.com H

I baRClay buteRa inteRioRs Newport Beach, CA barclaybutera.com

I DaRa RosenFelD Design San Francisco, CA dararosenfelddesign.com

H upsCale ConstRuCtion, inC. San Francisco, CA upscaleconstruction.com

L lanD plan lanDsCaping Ventura, CA landplan.us

I C.C. & Company inteRioR Design Newport Beach, CA ccandcompanydesigns.com

L hill/stephens Design San Francisco, CA hillstephens.com

A CalVin Design Santa Barbara, CA 805.969.0559

I aDam hunteR West Hollywood, CA adamhunterinc.com

C. J. light assoCiates Newport Beach, CA cjlight.com

ike kligeRman baRkley San Francisco, CA ikba.com

I elizabeth Vallino inteRioRs Santa Barbara, CA elizabethvallino.com

I elizabeth Dinkel Design assoCiates, inC. West Hollywood, CA elizabethdinkeldesign.com

L uRban eCo Design, inC. Santa Barbara, CA urbanecodesign.com

I thomas laVin West Hollywood, CA thomaslavin.com

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I melinDa gRubbs inteRioR Design Newport Beach, CA

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p2 Design Newport Beach, CA p2designinc.com A

RitneR gRoup Newport Beach, CA ritnergroup.com A

H mCkeehan ConstRuCtion Nuevo, CA mckeehanconstruction.com

ChRistopheR kenneDy, inC. Palm Springs, CA christopherkennedy.com I

beRkelhameR aRChiteCts Palo Alto, CA berkelhamer.com A

L katheRine stangle lanDsCape aRChiteCt San Diego, CA katherinestangle.com A I matRix Design stuDio San Diego, CA matrixdesignstudio.com

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L Jay thayeR lanDsCape aRChiteCt inC San Francisco, CA jaythayer.com I Jiun ho inC. San Francisco, CA jiunho.com I ken Fulk inC San Francisco, CA kenfulk.com

ken linsteaDt aRChiteCts San Francisco, CA kenlinsteadt.com A

loRissa kimm aRChiteCt San Francisco, CA lorissakimm.com A I

I maRtha angus inC. San Francisco, CA marthaangus.com

moRoso ConstRuCtion San Francisco, CA morosoconstruction.com H

oDaDa San Francisco, CA odada.net I

I mCCoRmiCk & WRight San Diego, CA mccormickandwright.com

I palmeR Weiss inteRioR Design San Francisco, CA palmerweiss.com

anDReW mann aRChiteCtuRe San Francisco, CA andrewmannarchitecture.com

sCaVulloDesign San Francisco, CA scavullodesign.com

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Cal-C.a.D.e. ConstRuCtion inC. San Francisco, CA calcadeconstruction.com

L sCott leWis lanDsCape aRChiteCtuRe San Francisco, CA sllasf.com

CCs aRChiteCtuRe San Francisco, CA ccs-architecture.com

sutRo aRChiteCts San Francisco, CA sutroarchitects.com

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RanDall lanDsCape Design Santa Monica, CA 310.386.5521 L

ggD, inC. Sausalito, CA ggd-inc.com H

H peRegRine ConstRuCtion Co. Sebastopol, CA 707.823.1595 H Rt abbott ConstRuCtion inC. Simi Valley, CA rtabbott.com

Del maR paCiFiC geneRal ContRaCtoRs, inC. Solana Beach, CA delmarpacific.com H

H WaRDell builDeRs inC. Solana Beach, CA wardellbuilders.com I house oF honey South Pasadena, CA houseofhoney.com L Julie FRieDRiChsen Design llC Topanga, CA juliefriedrichsen.com L site Design stuDio, inC. Tustin, CA sitedesignstudio.net

steVe DaViDson ConstRuCtion, inC. Tustin, CA davidsonhomebuilders.co H

I C.W. eisneR, inC. Venice Beach, CA cweisner.com

H builDWell ConstRuCtion Westlake Village, CA 310.350.8224 H stRuCtuRe home Woodland Hills, CA structurehome.com

canada I paul laVoie inteRioR Design Calgary, Alberta, Canada paullavoiedesign.com I H Coastal ConstRuCtion/Coastal inteRioRs Sidney, B.C., Canada coastal.cn H kinDReD ConstRuCtion ltD. Vancouver, B.C., Canada kindredconstruction.com L Jonathan CRaggs gaRDen DesigneR Victoria, B.C., Canada jcraggsgardendesign.com A kb Design Victoria, B.C., Canada keithbakerdesign.com L mhla inC Toronto, Ontario, Canada markhartley.ca

colorado bluegReen Aspen, CO bluegreenaspen.com L

KEY A ArcHItecture I InterIor desIgn H Home buILder L LAndscApe ArcHItecture


L Columbine landsCape serviCe Co. Aspen, CO 970.920.1626

L riChard Camp landsCape arChiteCture Carbondale, CO rclandscape.net

I petra riChards interiors Denver, CO petrarichardsinteriors.com

Galambos arChiteCts, inC. Aspen, CO galambosarchitects.net

studio 133 Carbondale, CO studio133.com

Ceres+ landsCape arChiteCture Eagle, CO ceres-plus.com

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id interiors Aspen, CO idinteriorsaspen.com I

A I rowland+brouGhton arChiteCture and urban desiGn Aspen, CO rowlandbroughton.com

studio b arChiteCture + interiors Aspen, CO studiobarchitects.net A I

Zone 4 arChiteCts Aspen, CO zone4architects.com A

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H bob huCkins ConstruCtion, inC. Crested Butte, CO bobhuckinsconstruction.com A daniel J. murphY arChiteCt, pC Crested Butte, CO djmarchitect.com I andrea sChumaCher interiors Denver, CO andreaschumacherinteriors.com A I arCh11 Denver, CO arch11.com

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mile hiGh Custom builders Erie, CO 303.335.7716 H haleY Custom homes Greenwood Village, CO haleycustomhomes.com A m-a arChiteCts Littleton, CO maarchitects.us A e CumminGs arChiteCt Telluride, CO ecummingsarchitect.com H Finbro ConstruCtion Telluride, CO finbroconstruction.com

H brikor assoCiates Basalt, CO brikor.com A Cottle Carr Yaw arChiteCts, ltd. Basalt, CO ccyarchitects.com

I assoCiates iii interior desiGn Denver, CO associates3.com

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david lambert ConstruCtion, inC. Basalt, CO davidlambertaspen.com

Caliber ConstruCtion Denver, CO caliber.co

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haGman arChiteCts Basalt, CO hagmanarchitects.com

Cbe interiors Denver, CO 970.331.5859

H beCk buildinG CompanY Vail, CO beckbuilds.com

H heritaGe builders inC. Basalt, CO heritagebuildersinc.net

I d&d interiors Denver, CO ddinteriors.com

A suman arChiteCts Vail, CO sumanarchitects.com

H duGGan ConstruCtion Boulder, CO dugganbuild.com

A ekman desiGn studio Denver, CO ekmandesign.com

A esa arChiteCture and planninG Boulder, CO esapc.com

H kotan inCorporated Denver, CO 303.886.9655

rob luCkett builders Boulder, CO robluckettbuilders.com H

koru, ltd Carbondale, CO korultd.com H

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A meridian 105 arChiteCture Denver, CO meridian105.com I nadia watts interior desiGn Denver, CO nadiawatts.com

H Garrison homes Lewes, DE mygarrisonhomes.com

florida

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ashleY Campbell interior desiGn Denver, CO ashleycampbell.com I

delaware

mountaineer ConstruCtion oF telluride, inC. Telluride, CO 970.708.7224 H

A tommY hein arChiteCts Telluride, CO tommyhein.com

connecticut I CarmiĂąa roth interiors llC Greenwich, CT carminarothinteriors.com H hobbs, inCorporated New Canaan, CT hobbsinc.com I havilande whitComb desiGn llC Westport, CT hwdesignllc.com

H paskoski ConstruCtion CompanY Fort Lauderdale, FL paskoskiconstruction.com H anGlĂŠs ConstruCtion, inC. Jensen Beach, FL anglesconstruction.com

A toma desiGn Group inC. Aventura, FL tomadesigngroup.com

H artiGues & Cubero builders Miami, FL acbuilders.us

H CourChene development Corp. Boca Raton, FL courchene.com

I assure inC. Miami, FL assureinteriors.com

H leonard albanese & sons builders, inC. Boca Raton, FL albanesebuilders.com H sarkela Corporation Boynton Beach, FL sarkelacorp.com L david o., inC. Coconut Grove, FL davidodishoo.com A I Cma desiGn studio inC. Coral Gables, FL cmadsi.org H ContemporarY builders, inC. Coral Gables, FL 305.662.6840 H l&h partners ConstruCtion and realtY Coral Gables, FL lhpartners.net

lstudio Coral Gables, FL lstudiodesign.com I

p&h interiors, inC. Coral Springs, FL pnhinteriors.com I

the benediCt Group Deerfield Beach, FL thebenedictgroup.com A

H derCo ConstruCtion inC. Delray Beach, FL 561.265.4014 L krent wieland desiGn, inC. Delray Beach, FL kwdesign.net

I Charlotte dunaGan desiGn Group Miami, FL charlottedunagan.com H Ch ConstruCtion Group Miami, FL chconstruct.com A david wearne Johnson aia nCarb p.a. Miami, FL 305.661.8387 I hinoJosa desiGn studio Miami, FL hinojosadesign.com I marlene murrah interiors Miami, FL 305.968.4671 I phdesiGn Miami, FL phdesignstudio.com L raYmond JunGles, inC. Miami, FL raymondjungles.com I rs3 desiGns Miami, FL rs3designs.com L nievera williams desiGn inC. Palm Beach, FL nieverawilliams.com L smi landsCape arChiteCture, inC. Palm Beach, FL smilandscapearchitecture.com L intuitive desiGn Group Palm City, FL intuitivedesigngroup.com


H the mackle construction company South Miami, FL mackleconstruction.com

studio m inc. Tampa, FL interiorsbystudiom.com I

cindy ray interiors incorporated West Palm Beach, FL cindyray.com I

I shuster design associates, inc. Wilton Manors, FL shusterdesign.com I marc-michaels interior design, inc. Winter Park, FL marc-michaels.com

illinois A Brininstool + lynch Chicago, IL brininstool-lynch.com

Britt taner design Chicago, IL britttaner.com I

I Buckingham interiors + design Chicago, IL buckinghamid.com

I lewis giannoulias, llc Chicago, IL lg-interiors.com

A munson architects Highland Park, IL 847.831.8108

L marguerite gardens, inc. Chicago, IL margueritegardens.com

A studio rmr Highland Park, IL studiormr.com

marshall morgan erB design inc. Chicago, IL marshallerb.com I

project interiors Chicago, IL projectinteriors.net I

Q construction Chicago, IL qconstructioncorp.com H

A rugo/raff ltd. architects Chicago, IL rugoraff.com

L cpk enterprises, inc. Elk Grove Village, IL cpklawn.com

goldBerg general contracting, inc. Chicago, IL ggcinc.net L hoerr schaudt landscape architects Chicago, IL hoerrschaudt.com I leslie jones & associates, inc. Chicago, IL ljai.com

L premier Lemont, IL premierservice.com

I patrick sutton associates Baltimore, MD patricksutton.com

A charles vincent george architects Naperville, IL cvgarchitects.com

I eva Quateman interiors Chicago, IL evaquateman.com H

I jenkins Baer associates Baltimore, MD jenkinsbaer.com

A I w.erk studio Chicago, IL 650.440.2349

L william heffernan landscapes Chicago, IL 312.907.4989

A anthony hurtig architect Evanston, IL anthonyhurtig.com

morgante-wilson architects, ltd. Evanston, IL morgantewilson.com A I

andrea goldman design Glencoe, IL andreagoldmandesign.com

maryland

A midwest architecture studio, inc. Lake Forest, IL masismore.com

H fraser construction, inc. Lyons, IL fraserbuilders.com

daniel du Bay interior design, inc. Chicago, IL danieldubay.com I

massachusetts

A I L hord coplan macht Baltimore, MD hcm2.com

I tom stringer design partners Chicago, IL tomstringer.com

A wheeler kearns architects Chicago, IL wkarch.com

A kevin harris architect, llc Baton Rouge, LA kevinharrisarchitect.com

L scott Byron & co., inc. Lake Bluff, IL scottbyron.com

rocco fiore & sons, inc. Libertyville, IL roccofiore.com

Bugaj architects Chicago, IL bugajarchitects.com A

H added dimensions Takoma Park, MD addeddimensionsinc.com

H dave knecht homes, llc Hinsdale, IL daveknechthomes.com

semelsnow interior design, inc. Chicago, IL 312.640.0000 I

louisiana

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H design construction concepts Northbrook, IL dcc-inc.net H fettner construction and development company Northbrook, IL fettnerconstruction.com

highgate Builders, inc. Northbrook, IL highgatebuilders.net H

A H a. perry homes Winnetka, IL aperryhomes.com

kansas

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wilkerson c&d Lawrence, KS 785.766.4890 I

celia welch interiors Bethesda, MD celiawelchinteriors.com I

muse architects Bethesda, MD musearchitects.com

I liZ mccaBe interior design Dedham, MA lizmccabe.com

michigan H vander male Builders inc. Grand Rapids, MI 616.291.3165

minnesota L coen + partners Minneapolis, MN coenpartners.com

montana

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H sandy spring Builders Bethesda, MD sandyspringbuilders.com A studio Z design concepts, llc Bethesda, MD studiozdc.com H horiZon Builders/ horiZon houseworks Crofton, MD horizonbuildersinc.net H winchester construction company Crownsville, MD winchesterconstruction.net

kjd architects Kensington, MD 301.933.1511 A

I Beth gularson interiors Potomac, MD bethgularson.com

dynamic renovation Silver Spring, MD 301.674.5882 H

A I pearson design group, inc. Bozeman, MT pearsondesigngroup.com H lohss construction Gallatin Gateway, MT lohssconstruction.com

new Jersey H hite construction Mahwah, NJ 201.848.8500

new york H m.j. larkin & co., inc. Brewster, NY mjlarkin.com L joseph w. tyree landscape design, inc. Bridgehampton, NY josephwtyree.com

stelle lomont rouhani architects Bridgehampton, NY stelleco.com A

KEY A ArcHItecture I InterIor desIgn H Home buILder L LAndscApe ArcHItecture


A Kate Johns, aIa Chatham, NY katejohnsaia.com H RCt ConstRuCtIon Flushing, NY 917.742.2272 H 3-D BuIlDIng Hampton Bays, NY 631.728.2563 H M. BenKo ConstRuCtIon CoRp. Holmes, NY mbenkoconstruction.com

ellen MaRshall gaRDens & lanDsCapes Katonah, NY ellenmarshalldesigns.com L

J & J Johnson Co. InC. Long Island City, NY jandjjohnson.com H

peteR Cosola InCoRpoRateD Long Island City, NY 718.392.4111 H

H MuRphy BRotheRs ContRaCtIng Mamaroneck, NY murphybrothers.com

alveaRy aRChIteCtuRe New York, NY alveary.net A

A I DufneR heIghes New York, NY dufnerheighes.com

faIRfax & saMMons paRtneRs New York, NY fairfaxandsammons.com A

A fogaRty fIngeR New York, NY fogartyfinger.com I fox-naheM assoCIates New York, NY foxnahem.com

halsteD Welles assoCIates InC. New York, NY halstedwelles.com L

A I Janson golDsteIn llp New York, NY jansongoldstein.com

I JennIfeR post DesIgn InC. New York, NY jenniferpostdesign.com

A steven haRRIs aRChIteCts llp New York, NY stevenharrisarchitects.com

John B. MuRRay aRChIteCt New York, NY jbmarchitect.com

stuDIo fRazaR New York, NY studiofrazar.com

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Joseph KReMeR InCoRpoRateD InteRIoR DesIgn New York, NY josephkremer.com I

I KaRa Mann DesIgn New York, NY karamann.com H KatselnIK & KatselnIK gRoup, InC. New York, NY kkconstruction.com I KeMBle InteRIoRs New York, NY kembleinteriors.com

KWInteR & Co. New York, NY kwinterdesign.com I

lauRa Bohn DesIgn assoCIates New York, NY lbda.com I

lauRen e. lIvIng, llC New York, NY 646.431.9075 L

I lIen luu, ltD. New York, NY lienluultd.com A I MenDelson gRoup New York, NY mendelsongroupinc.com A I neal BeCKsteDt stuDIo New York, NY nbeckstedtstudio.com I L Rees RoBeRts + paRtneRs llC New York, NY reesroberts.com A I RoBeRt gaul aRChIteCtuRal DesIgn New York, NY 917.783.6990 I saRa gIlBane InteRIoRs New York, NY saragilbaneinteriors.com

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TexAS L austIn outDooR DesIgn Austin, TX austinoutdoordesign.com

I thoM fIlICIa InC. New York, NY thomfilicia.com

I BlaIR BuRton InteRIoRs Austin, TX blairburtoninteriors.com

I vICente Wolf assoCIates, InC. New York, NY vicentewolf.com

A BMh DesIgn stuDIo Austin, TX bmhdesignstudio.com

I vIllaloBos DesIo New York, NY villalobosdesio.com I yaBu pushelBeRg New York, NY yabupushelberg.com H gaRy loWe ConstRuCtIon, llC Old Chatham, NY 518.466.4048 H hIgh WooDs RestoRatIon Co. Saugerties, NY 845.706.1872

BRaDy DesIgn Southampton, NY bbradydesign.com A I

John DavID Rose aRChIteCts Southampton, NY johndavidrosearchitect.com A

Jen goIng InteRIoRs Westhampton Beach, NY jengoinginteriors.com I

OhiO sheRMan & hItesheW InteRIoR DesIgn, InC. Columbus, OH 614.225.1100 I

OregOn H huBeRD DesIgn & ConstRuCtIon Hood River, OR huberddesign.com L KoCh lanDsCape aRChIteCtuRe Portland, OR kochla.com

I CRavotta InteRIoRs Austin, TX cravottainteriors.com H DalgleIsh ConstRuCtIon Co. Austin, TX dalgleish.net A I DICK ClaRK + assoCIates Austin, TX dcarch.com A hugh JeffeRson RanDolph aRChIteCts Austin, TX austinarchitect.com I JeRRI Kunz DesIgn Austin, TX jerrikunz.com

lanDWest DesIgn gRoup, ltD. Austin, TX landwestdg.com L

I lauRa RoBeRts DesIgn Austin, TX laurarobertsdesign.com L MaRK WoRD DesIgn Austin, TX markworddesign.com I MaRy aMes & Co. Austin, TX maryamesandco.com

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ADDRESS 419 Park Avenue South, 17th Floor New York, New York CONTACT 212.421.3300 info@suiteny.com WEBSITE suiteny.com KRIS FUCHS AND MARIA SEPULVEDA PRINCIPALS

ask the expert SPEAKING TO YOUR LINE OF WORK, WHAT CONSTITUTES “GOOD DESIGN”? The ability to create good design is a rare gift, and we are fortunate to work with a number of designers who inspire us with the creative solutions they employ. WHAT ARE THE KEY INFLUENCES IN YOUR WORK TODAY? We listen to what each client asks for and, in keeping with our overall aesthetic, curate our collection based on those needs. WHAT DO YOU LIKE MOST ABOUT YOUR JOB? Most of our brands are family owned; we consider those owners part of the SUITE NY family. Watching their businesses grow through us is one of our biggest joys.

SUITE NY For aficionados of midcentury modern and contemporary furniture design, the brilliantly curated collection inside SUITE NY’s 8,000-squarefoot showroom is, in and of itself, an irresistible draw. But the ever-expanding allure of the company launched by Kris Fuchs and Maria Sepulveda in 2006 also speaks to intangibles beyond its 30-plus lines of sophisticated furnishings. Best friends for more than three decades, the former college roommates infuse their business with unmistakable warmth and enthusiasm that not only lights up the showroom in New York’s NoMad district but also funnels into SUITE NY’s superior level of online and in-person customer service. “From the moment a client steps into our showroom or picks up the phone, our experienced sales associates manage finish selection, accurate ordering, tracking, shipment, receiving, inspection and, finally, white-glove assembly and installation,” Fuchs says. “Only when all these points have been executed flawlessly, and the client is happy, do we consider a project a success.” It’s no wonder that, in addition to its roster of discerning domestic and international residential clients, SUITE NY maintains corporate partnerships with the likes of W Hotels and American Express, for which it is furnishing VIP airport lounges. Fuchs and Sepulveda work closely with award-winning creative director Chris Kraig to keep SUITE NY on the cutting edge of jaw-dropping furnishings, lighting and home accessories, drawing on renowned as well as up-and-coming international designers.

This modern Upper East Side apartment was furnished with SUITE NY’s Link sectional sofa by Verzelloni, an organic wooden table by Dan Pollock and an FK90 coffee table by Fabricius & Kastholm.

SUITE NY’s Bloque table and GUBI 5 upholstered chairs were the perfect finishes for this warm and contemporary home in Boulder, Colorado, designed by Kimberly Demmy Design. Photography by Daniel O’Connor


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SUITE NY’s 8,000-square-foot showroom is designed with state-of-the-art, floor-to-ceiling wall displays of chairs and stools, ensuring maximum visibility of its expansive modern furniture collection.

“Each product we represent is held to the highest manufacturing standards because our clients know the difference and expect the best.” -MARIA SEPULVEDA, CO-PRINCIPAL

This Soda Springs residence in Napa Valley wine country marries traditional architecture and cabinetry with SUITE NY’s woven bar stools by Mark Albrecht Studio. Photography by Matthew Millman

SUITE NY’s best-selling Nuur table by Simon Pengelly, available in several colors and sizes, is paired here with low-back Saari chairs by Lievore Altherr Molina in black leather.


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INTERIOR DESIGNER

WHAT IS INSPIRING YOU NOW? The industry has expanded to incorporate resources and design elements from all over the world and at every price point. This has allowed us unprecedented design freedom and creativity.

ADDRESS 222 Martling Avenue Tarrytown, New York

WHAT DO YOU REGARD AS THE GREATEST SUCCESS IN YOUR CAREER TO DATE? Every project where the client is happy and loves their home is our greatest success. Special projects include two public libraries and the headquarters for Guiding Eyes for the Blind.

CONTACT 914.332.1532 piccolointeriors@aol.com

WHAT DO YOU LIKE MOST ABOUT YOUR JOB? I love that no two days are the same. Our broad client base and style capabilities make our work endlessly interesting. We also treasure the wonderful relationships we’ve built.

WEBSITE barbarabellinteriors.com BARBARA BELL OWNER

BARBARA BELL INTERIORS More than two decades into an award-winning career that has firmly established her brand as a go-to source for inspired interior design in the Tri-State Area, Barbara Bell easily could rest on her laurels. Instead, the founder of Barbara Bell Interiors continues to expand her design knowledge and influences—from ideas acquired on trips to Africa and the Middle East to mixing contemporary design with classic. “We do have some hallmark signatures, such as our work with color, usable and comfortable spaces and the incorporation of lots of art,” says Bell, whose firm has participated in five major show houses in Westchester and Connecticut. “But mostly, our projects are an expression of the client’s personality and their interests.” To that end, an enduring appeal of Barbara Bell Interiors is its ability to bring any desired style to fruition, whether revamping the spaces inside a converted barn in the affluent village of Irvington or an ultra-modern penthouse in Manhattan. The firm’s history of not only rising to an occasion but exceeding expectations was personified in the American Dream Home for which it served as the lead design team, working with 23 sponsors to turn a 5,400-square-foot penthouse at RitzCarlton Towers in White Plains into a luxury masterpiece. “We strive to create spaces that are beautiful, that work well—and that elevate the client’s everyday experience,” Bell says.

A Palladian Colonial living room is reimagined as an eclectic continental space with a mix of French and modern furnishings, perfect for entertaining or simple relaxation.

A traditional master bedroom gets a young, vibrant makeover with a custom area rug that is a work of art, soft French blue walls and bright, contemporary furnishings and fabrics. Photography by Phillip Ennis


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This penthouse living room in New York City incorporates contemporary furnishings, soft colors and elegant materials while highlighting the view in a room designed for entertaining. Photography by Tim Lee

“It’s amazing to see how much happiness clients experience from improving their homes—and to know we were a part of that.”

–barbara bell, owner

A dark basement room with a dominating fieldstone fireplace becomes a fabulous family room with the addition of comfortable seating, warm textures and African design elements.

Expert use of exotic woods, lacquered finishes, silk and chenille help to create the ultimate luxury retreat inside this sophisticated master bedroom.

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ADDRESS 1456 Highland Avenue Cheshire, Connecticut CONTACT 203.250.1030 outdoorkitchendesigner@gmail.com WEBSITE outdoorkitchendesigner.com MICHAEL GOTOWALA FOUNDER

HOW DO YOU DEFINE A SUCCESSFUL PROJECT? As the project progresses and family members begin to see what I have envisioned for them, they become excited and anxious to have such a detailed and personalized space. WHAT DO YOU REGARD AS THE GREATEST SUCCESS IN YOUR CAREER TO DATE? In 2011-2012, we designed and built an outdoor kitchen/backyard oasis that appeared on the DIY Network; in 2008 and 2010, I received national awards for residential outdoor lighting. WHAT IS INSPIRING YOU NOW? Our Outdoor Kitchen Design Store, opening in March, promises outdoor cabinetry, appliances, fire features—and much more. It will inspire people to live beyond the walls of their home.

THE OUTDOOR KITCHEN DESIGN STORE BY PREFERRED PROPERTIES The difference between outdoor living and living outdoors fabulously begins with a great design and ends with meticulous workmanship. This rewarding type of lifestyle leads the discerning family to live beyond the walls of their own home outdoors, elevating family time and enjoying quality time in life. This is how Michael Gotowala, designer and founder of The Outdoor Kitchen Design Store by Preferred Properties, illustrates his creative vision of luxury lifestyles and living outdoors. The secret of the company’s success is to understand the personalities of all family members and mimic their familiar indoor lifestyles outdoors. Whether for large, catered gatherings or an intimate, outdoor kitchen for family and friends, Gotowala’s creative vision can make entertaining beyond the walls of the home possible for any occasion. Three decades into its run as one of the region’s premier outdoor living designers and outdoor kitchen builders, Gotowala and the award-winning team at Preferred Properties continue to exceed client expectations. “Our masons are adept at building stone up to the second floor for stability and accenting stone islands that protrude through a weatherproof ceiling,” Gotowala says. “This creates the potential for stone fireplaces, stone bars and stone kitchen islands ‘floating in the air’ on the second floor—and a covered lower level for outdoor dining and conversation.”

The impact of a dramatic outdoor fireplace and its potential to anchor a space is evident in this poolside layout by fabulous outdoor living designer Michael Gotowala.

Cooking outdoors isn’t just about grilling. Look no further than this high-end Evo, one of the many items available on Preferred Properties’ website, where great outdoor kitchen ideas begin.


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This custom-designed space by Preferred Properties made an outdoor great room even greater for a family of four with elements including a Woodstone pizza oven and dark wood cabinetry.

“The difference between outdoor living and living outdoors fabulously begins with a fabulous design and ends with meticulous workmanship.” –michael gotowala, founder

Gotowala’s award-winning talent as an outdoor lighting designer brings landscapes and hardscapes out of the dark with innovative, artistic and visually striking elements.

This sprawling outdoor oasis perfectly demonstrates Preferred Properties’ expertise at designing functional, multilevel outdoor kitchens and pools as well as living room and great room spaces.


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ADDRESS 18 Marshall Street, Suite 114 South Norwalk, Connecticut CONTACT 203.852.7250 info@srwol.com WEBSITE shoperenowharton.com ARTHUR HANLON, JERRY HUPY, MICHAEL MCCLUNG, DON AITKEN AND JOHN GASSETT PARTNERS

ask the expert WHAT DO YOU STRIVE TO CREATE WHEN YOU’RE WORKING ON A PROJECT? We strive to create beautifully designed, wellbuilt homes that reflect the collaboration between client and architect, while incorporating the site and environment. WHAT ARE THE KEY INFLUENCES IN YOUR WORK TODAY? One of our favorite architects is Sir Edwin Lutyens, whose imaginative ideas continue to inspire us. We have great respect for all architects who execute their ideas flawlessly, regardless of style. WHAT DO YOU REGARD AS THE GREATEST SUCCESS IN YOUR CAREER TO DATE? We value the ability to produce great architecture in an increasingly regulated world. Our homes create places of refuge and comfort, apart from the bustle of everyday life.

SHOPE RENO WHARTON ASSOCIATES It’s one thing, architecturally, to pay homage to historical precedent in design. It’s quite another to seamlessly fuse a variety of those influences into expressions so powerful, so honest, that the work takes on its own sense of permanence. Such is the melting-pot approach to American architecture at Shope Reno Wharton Associates, which infuses a traditional sensibility into modern residential and commercial masterpieces that blend naturally into their environments. The results—in projects as diverse as a rustic house in Aspen, an island estate in Rhode Island and a sprawling equestrian property in New Jersey—have distinguished the Connecticut-based firm as a true original, one capable of enriching the daily experience for its high-end clients. To that end, Shope Reno Wharton brings a collaborative approach to its award-winning projects, providing clients with direct communication throughout the process and drawing inspiration from their needs and personality. “While there is always a single partner who leads each project from beginning to end, the design reflects the input of many,” the partners agree.

“Each project reveals our firm’s creativity, as well as unending attention to sculptural form that’s memorable but reflective of today’s lifestyle.” –ARTHUR HANLON, PARTNER

Located in Dutchess County, New York, this rustic stone and timber residence overlooks an equestrian center on 500 acres of rolling hills.

Dramatic volumes and creative use of traditional materials create a unique home.


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HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOUR CLIENTELE? They’re bright, interesting professionals involved in businesses and industries and creative disciplines. They’re all deeply committed to making the project successful.

ADDRESS 120 Chambers Street New York, New York

SPEAKING TO YOUR LINE OF WORK, WHAT CONSTITUTES “GOOD DESIGN”? Most important is that it’s precise. And beautifully crafted; I’d rather see something nicely made out of cardboard than badly made out of marble.

CONTACT 212.587.1108 info@stevenharrisarchitects.com WEBSITE stevenharrisarchitects.com

WHAT DO YOU REGARD AS THE GREATEST SUCCESS IN YOUR CAREER TO DATE? One is the renovation of a 15th-century tower on an island off the coast of Dubrovnik. The other is the southernmost private house on the Baja peninsula.

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STEVEN HARRIS ARCHITECTS Of the countless elements that distinguish the thoughtfully conceived, exquisitely rendered high-end residential projects at Steven Harris Architects, perhaps none speaks to the spirit of the award-winning firm like its ability to connect. To its discerning clients. To locations that span the globe, from New York to South Africa. Even to the surrounding spaces that ultimately complement a freestanding building. Part of that connectivity is inherent to a company, launched in 1985, that encompasses interior and landscape design, as well, under the Rees Roberts + Partners banner. But it’s also a testament to the uncanny ability of Harris—who’s taught architecture at Yale for the better part of three decades—to collaborate with clients in a way that leads to seamless integration, no matter the scope and complexities of the project. “They all look very different; it’s a function of the location and the owner and how they live,” Harris says. “Our goal is to make what we do seem completely effortless and inevitable.”

“As a firm, we do architecture, interiors and landscape. There’s a deep understanding and respect for each discipline.” –STEVEN HARRIS, PRINCIPAL

This 6,000-square-foot, cliffside masterpiece in Cabo San Lucas incorporates the breathtaking views at every turn. Elements like exposed stone walls and midcentury modern furnishings connect the indoors and outdoors.

Once a crumbling 15th-century tower, this stunning residence off the coast of Croatia epitomizes the seamless collaboration between Harris and his firm’s interior design team, Rees Roberts + Partners.


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ADDRESS Westport, Connecticut CONTACT 203.283.1561 lv@vdgarch.com WEBSITE vdgarch.com LUCIEN VITA PRINCIPAL

WHAT ARE YOUR FAVORITE STYLES TO WORK ON AND WHY? Definitely modern design. It can mean so many things and employs the use of an incredible variety of materials and concepts. WHAT ARE YOU WORKING ON NEXT? Sustainability. We have established our focus in design and are now looking to create awareness toward construction quality and energy efficiency. WHAT DO YOU REGARD AS THE GREATEST SUCCESS IN YOUR CAREER TO DATE? Growing an incredible team. I am constantly amazed at the talent, management skills and commitment of my coworkers. The client is always in good hands—even when I can’t be present.

VITA DESIGN GROUP “Design is a living and organic thing,” says Lucien Vita, principal at Vita Design Group in Westport, Connecticut. “I never know what to expect at the start of a project. It’s the process of discovering that is most exciting for me and my client.” For Vita, architecture spans many levels by pushing boundaries yet achieving creative unity between the design team and client. His clean lines and earthy interiors embody modernity and embrace sustainability—a perfect hybrid for ex-urbanites who want to go beyond traditional spaces. To achieve this living environment, Vita relies on visual equilibrium and flow. “You don’t always need to play it safe,” he says. “By exploring creative possibilities of design you can strike the perfect balance.” Vita’s knack for utilizing just the right details and materials, as well as an exceptional understanding of scale, is what makes his work lavish without having to rely on opulence and excess. “Luxury is getting exactly what you want,” he says.

“Our firm is a group of modernists at heart. We thrive on the endless possibility for creativity in modern design.” –LUCIEN VITA, PRINCIPAL

Steel, glass and wood combine to create the owner and architect’s vision for the interior of this Westport, Connecticut, residence.

This modern shingle custom home in Westport, Connecticut, uses materials and unique window details to allude to the modern design within.


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ADDRESS Norwalk, Connecticut South Norwalk, Connecticut Greenwich, Connecticut New York, New York CONTACT 203.847.3314 hello@lillianaugust.com WEBSITE lillianaugust.com DAN WEISS, PRESIDENT AND CEO JOHN WEISS, COO

ask the expert WHAT ARE YOUR FAVORITE STYLES TO WORK ON AND WHY? It is most interesting to design a space that brings together varying periods; everything from traditional antiques to midcentury modern pieces. WHAT ARE YOU WORKING ON NEXT? We recently launched an online shop, offering furniture, accessories and rugs, to make the interior design journey even easier for our clients. WHAT STEPS CAN CLIENTS TAKE TO MAKE THEIR EXPERIENCES MORE PERSONALLY REWARDING? To create a space in tune with your taste, be sure to share what you love with your designer. These days, pulling images from magazines, Pinterest and Instagram is incredibly easy.

LILLIAN AUGUST FURNISHINGS + DESIGN Dan and John Weiss find it extraordinarily rewarding to see a room come together beautifully. The two brothers, Dan is president and CEO, and John is COO, represent Lillian August Furnishings + Design, an iconic furniture boutique and design studio. The family business was launched by their mother, Lillian August, who started in textiles and wall coverings more than 25 years ago and still designs the signature furniture, fabrics and accessories. Today, the empire has expanded to four eponymous retail locations, including the 100,000-square-foot flagship design center in Norwalk, Connecticut. In addition to fine taste and a robust inventory of some of the most beautiful home furnishings and accessories in the area, Lillian August employs 30 in-house interior designers to guarantee that the team will meet the needs of all clients. The company’s success is built on the idea that the creative process starts with knowing where their customers find inspiration. Not surprisingly, their mantra, “love how you live®,” keeps driving the business forward.

“Livability is very important to us. We want to create a home that is stylish and reflective of our client's taste and lifestyle.” –JOHN WEISS, COO

The Lillian August design team put together this airy sitting room for a client’s private residence in Turkey Hill, Westport.

The storefront at the 100,000-square-foot Norwalk Design Center, one of four Lillian August retail locations in Connecticut and New York City.


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ADDRESS 8 Devonshire Court Cortlandt Manor, New York CONTACT 914.734.1383 info@dcistudio.com WEBSITE dcistudio.com

HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOUR CLIENTELE? They’re busy people. They understand quality, but they also know they need a professional team of designers to achieve the desired interior results. They trust us and understand our value. WHAT DO YOU STRIVE TO CREATE WHEN YOU’RE WORKING ON A PROJECT? Function always trumps form. We all want a beautiful space, but if you don’t determine the client’s needs and deliver an appropriate plan, you won’t produce great design.

PHYLLIS HARBINGER, ASID, NCIDQ FOUNDER

DESIGN CONCEPTS/INTERIORS LLC Whether revamping an apartment on Central Park West or crafting a detailed aesthetic inside a sprawling 10,000-square-foot estate in Kings Point, Phyllis Harbinger and her award-winning team stand on the same promise. Luxury residential clients won’t just receive the design they desire—they’ll settle into the spaces they need. “To be able to live or work in a space you love that also functions perfectly? That’s the best gift we can give our clients,” says the founder of Design Concepts/Interiors. Harbinger has been delivering interior gifts to discerning clients in Westchester, Greenwich and Manhattan for more than 20 years. Her self-described eclectic style incorporates classic and trendy elements into a seamless and timeless whole. Design Concepts creates a stress-free, collaborative atmosphere that, coupled with Harbinger’s contagious enthusiasm, makes for an experience that draws raves from satisfied clients. The certified feng shui practitioner recently released The Interior Design Productivity Toolbox, an insider’s guide for those working in the industry.

“Clients tell me that even the best hotels don’t compare to the spaces we’ve designed for them. That’s the highest compliment.” –phyllis harbinger, founder

Fashion-savvy male clients provided inspiration for the aesthetic vibe—including a color scheme of heather gray and orange—inside this open-concept New York apartment with views of the Statue of Liberty.

Tradition envelops this sophisticated study that can invite homeowners to cozy up and read a book—or to entertain by opening the concealed wet bar.

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INTERIOR DESIGNER

ask the expert WHAT IS YOUR CREATIVE PROCESS? I love meeting new clients, analyzing their tastes and creating a space that revolves solely around their personal style. It keeps my job interesting and fresh.

ADDRESS 993 A Farmington Avenue West Hartford, Connecticut

HOW DO YOU DEFINE A SUCCESSFUL PROJECT? When a client calls to go out for dinner, on a personal level, it means I fulfilled their dreams of the perfect family space. I “listened” and became a friend in the process.

CONTACT 860.232.9128 kellie@kellieburke.com

WHAT ARE YOU WORKING ON NEXT? Everything from small residential projects to large estates—all the way to renovating a 30,000-square-foot historic building for future office space.

WEBSITE kellieburke.com KELLIE BURKE FOUNDER AND DESIGNER

KELLIE BURKE INTERIORS Without her clients, Kellie Burke likes to say, she would be just another interior designer looking for work. But ask those same longtime clients, and they’ll tell you that without Burke’s uncanny eye for seeing the unique potential in a space, their luxury homes wouldn’t possess the “wow” factor for which the firm that bears her name is known. That is one of the many gifts that the former studio artist has delivered to her high-end clientele since launching Kellie Burke Interiors in 1995. Playing off one of the firm’s core philosophies—that a home should have a well-traveled aesthetic as opposed to a matching, store-bought look—Burke and her award-winning team are at their best when collaborating on a creative journey with clients. “I go for the, ‘Where did you ever find that?’ effect,” says Burke, who leans toward old-world style with modern, functional accents. “Clean lines are great for chic, but the ‘wow’ is found in an oversized corbel carved in mahogany.”

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Traditional and contemporary interior elements find seamless harmony in this chic living room space that brings touches of color to complement an otherwise black and white motif.

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hen a globetrotting couple from Russia decided to put down roots in Greenwich, Connecticut, they looked to interior designer Inson Wood to help them select furnishings

for their recently constructed Georgian-style Colonial brick mansion. A kindred spirit of sorts, Wood is also an art dealer and travel connoisseur, whose eclectic approach to design reflects his multicultural background of residing in far-flung locales around the world. “In an ideal world, these clients would have been moving into an old baronial mansion,” Wood says. “Because there are none in Connecticut, we created our own.” To create more of an old-world feel, Wood appointed the interiors with classic materials such as tumbled Botticino marble floors in the entry foyer and white Chesney’s marble for several of the home’s seven fireplaces. In an intimate library adjacent to the front entry, the designer created the feeling of a centuries-old enclave by incorporating oak wall

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Early 19th-century candelabra sconces flank a tall mirror and an antique French mantel clock above the Chesney’s fireplace in the formal living room. A Murano glass chandelier in the center reception area is reflected in the mirror.

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paneling distressed with a wire brush and cerused French white-oak flooring laid in a herringbone pattern. Flanking a leather Chesterfield sofa is a pair of bronze lamps with a hammered finish. “What I’m trying to cultivate is a hand-warped and natural feel to the entire project, so that nothing feels brand-new,” Wood explains. “Every material has a very interesting texture. There are almost no flat or smooth surfaces.” Even the Venetian plaster used on the walls in the center reception area has been hand-waxed and formulated with gold dust. “It’s a shimmer that can you can barely see, but it adds warmth to the white walls,” Wood explains. “The effect is fancy and elaborate yet also very subtle.” Columns distinguish the reception area from the open dining and

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Behind the sofa, Mist by Oleg Vassiliev mirrors the view from the windows on the opposite side of the formal living room. A pair of armchairs and a tufted sofa, both from George Smith, surround a stately pair of brass-and-glass cocktail tables which make for a comfortable conversation area.


An arched doorway with leaded glass and a curved central staircase create a grand first impression in the front entry. Antiques, such as a walnut Louis XV-style commode from L’Antiquaire, establish the classic style that can be found throughout the sprawling home. Opposite: Antique French brass-and-glass chandeliers illuminate a long hallway off the front entry.


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Commanding a bold presence in the dining room is a painted natural scene superimposed with the Russian word for ‘house’ by Erik Bulatov. It strikes a contemporary contrast above an antique wood-and-marble counsel table from Atlantic Gallery. The dining table is from Dessin Fournir.


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living areas on either side. In lieu of walls, a pair of glass screens provides a sense of separation without sacrificing the flow of light. “The living, sitting and dining rooms are open in this fantastic space, which lends itself very well to cocktail parties where people wander

A pair of wood-and-glass screens from John Boone provides separation between the living and dining room without blocking the light. Above the Chesney’s marble fireplace in the dining room is a serigraph by Jean Dubuffet. On either side are matching Swedish rococo-style gold-and-silver mirrors from Lars Bolander.

about,” Wood explains. Although the designer took a more European approach to the project, he furnished the home with an eclectic mix of furnishings from different regions and eras. In the dining room, for example, modern artwork and simple Swedish furnishings complement the comfortable contemporary pieces and neutral palette that Wood selected for the adjacent living area. For the more intimate spaces, he added colorful antique rugs and commingled ornate French and Russian furnishings luxe interiors

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with pieces from the owners’ existing collection. “The way that I design and live is very eclectic,” Wood explains. “Many times we create these historical mansions to be period-perfect, when in reality, they would have included pieces from many different countries.” Indeed, in an elegant sitting room with gilded moldings and crystal chandeliers that were inspired by Marie Antoinette’s Petit Trianon, Wood placed a Buddha head atop an antique Biedermeier desk. On the other end of the spectrum is the husband’s office, where the designer incorporated African masks and trophies from the husband’s safaris

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In the kitchen, brass pendants illuminate an island that was painted gray to distinguish it from the white cabinetry on the perimeter. Hand-painted Marlborough tiles line the backsplash and complement the Kashmir white granite countertops. The range is by La Cornue.


An intricate glass chandelier creates an elegant feeling in the breakfast area without interfering with the natural light or the views of the exterior. Cerused-oak flooring complements the Swedish table and chairs.


A large manicured lawn landscaped with shrubs along the perimeter decorates the rear entrance of the palatial estate, which sits on 4 acres of land and includes a heated swimming pool and a tennis court. The home is an ideal place for large-scale entertaining and intimate gatherings of friends and family.


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In the powder room, a floral tone-on-tone wallcovering from Harlequin’s Juniper collection, purchased through Zoffany, establishes a warm palette that complements the cream linen draperies from Curtainworks and the upholstery on a late 18th-century Swedish Gustavian sleeping bench from Dawn Hill Antiques.


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alongside a handsome desk and a Chippendale cabinet. “I wanted to create his-and-her spaces,” Wood says. “This is a masculine room for a Renaissance man who has been to half the planet.”

A large bay window in the master bedroom frames the picturesque view of the manicured grounds and provides space for a pair of plush antique chairs. Underneath the bed is a Persian rug from Lillian August that helps to create a quiet sophistication in the room.

Although Wood often finds himself educating his clients about the provenance of certain pieces, such explanations were not necessary in this case. “They both have very good taste,” he explains. “We discussed every little detail, and every decision was reached by consensus. They are an international family who have traveled widely and experienced many different cultures, and that is what is represented in the design of their home.” L

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long view an architectural gem in the hudson highlands defines timeless s t y l e w i t h n at u r a l b e a u t y a n d i n s p i r e d m i d c e n t u r y d e s i g n . written by brielle m. ferreira

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tudy nature, love nature, stay close to nature. It will never fail you.” Of all the lessons the late architect Edgar A. Tafel learned from his mentor Frank Lloyd Wright, this was likely the one that resounded most clearly the day he found

himself standing on a rocky 3.7-acre plot in the Hudson Valley. With sweeping views of the Hudson River estuary and a lush, vibrant hillside, the site demanded a home that would bow to its surrounding natural beauty while making a powerful statement of its own. It was a challenge that Tafel—who had been by Wright’s side during the construction of the legendary Fallingwater—was uniquely qualified to undertake. The structure he designed for this magical place has all the markings of a Taliesin-approved home: expertly executed cantilevers, large expanses of glass and a painstakingly selected material palette that allows the house to blend seamlessly with the breathtaking setting. The result is a timeless architectural jewel box that holds the same appeal today as it did upon its completion in 1948—something its current homeowner is happy to attest to.

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A Børge Mogensen wingchair from Liz O’Brien and antique Swedish chairs by Ingemar Thillmark from Hostler Burrows join a Vladimir Kagan sofa, a marble-topped coffee table, and an Elias Svedberg side table from Weinberg Modern—all of which sit atop a custom mohair rug from Doris Leslie Blau. The vintage pottery lamp is from Rago Auctions.


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Landscape architect Burton DeMarche used the home’s lush setting as an extension of the architecture’s clever cantilevering, building terraced patios into the property to provide different levels for optimal viewing of the Hudson River beyond the free-form pool.


DeMarche paid close attention to the selection of materials when crafting his plan for the landscaping, opting to build terraces and retaining walls with natural stone that closely resembles the materials used for the foundation and on walls throughout the home’s interiors.


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“I knew the house was ‘the one’ the moment I saw it,” he says. “I’d never experienced anything quite like it.” He was so smitten, in fact, that it wasn’t until he got a visit from interior designers and sisters Jayne Michaels and Joan Michaels about 10 years after

A Moroccan rug from Doris Leslie Blau sets the tone for the screened-in porch, where the rich hues of the vintage leather sofa and Jacaranda coffee table by Percival Lafer, both from Weinberg Modern, and Pierre Chapo-style chairs from Magen H. Gallery give the room a rustic feel. The vintage floor lamp is from Rago Auctions, and the fur throw from ABC Carpet & Home.

purchasing the home that he realized something was missing. “He’s a brilliant, sophisticated man,” says Jayne. “He recognizes quality and has a great eye, but he needed some help pulling the interiors together.” After the three bonded over their mutual love for the movie North by Northwest—known for its stunning sets that took their cues from Wright’s designs—they decided to work together to craft a plan for outfitting the home that would echo its inspiring architecture.

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While the Michaelses were able to use much of what the homeowner had collected through the years, from contemporary art to important midcentury pieces, there were still plenty of spots to fill. In the living room, for example, the homeowner’s prized Vladimir Kagan Serpentine sofa looked a little lonely before the designers paired it with a set of handsome Swedish leather chairs from the 1940s and a regal Børge Mogensen wingchair. “We developed a great back-and-forth dialogue about what worked in the home,” says Joan, “and we all responded mostly to items that came to us from our antiques dealer friends—these very unique, slightly rustic pieces with character. We didn’t want to bring in a lot of shiny, new things. We felt as if the house was speaking to us, and we wanted to answer accordingly.” So, from the dining room’s solid pine Swedish chairs from the 1930s to the slinky midcentury lines of the bed in the master to the well-loved Laverne Tulip chairs in the guesthouse, as well

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To complement the homeowner’s dining table, the designers found a set of beautifully crafted Swedish chairs designed by Axel Einar Hjorth in the 1930s. The artwork, titled Angled Ring, is by Robert Mangold; the vintage rug is from Doris Leslie Blau; and the Swedish vase is from Weinberg Modern.


“We Wanted their eyes to go right outside, to be reminded of What a special place they’re in.”

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The design team made every effort to defer to the vistas wherever possible—and it’s easy to see why. One particularly magical view, according to the owner, is from the pool itself, where he can look out over the treetops to the unrestricted panorama of the Hudson when he’s standing in the shallow end.


An untitled black-and-white artwork from prolific rug and textile designer Madeline Weinrib—a friend of the homeowner’s—hangs over the fireplace in the guesthouse and echoes the palette on the sculptural Tulip chairs by Erwine and Estelle Laverne. Two coffee tables from the homeowner’s collection lend a casual feel to the space. A vintage Märta Måås-Fjetterström tapestry rug from Doris Leslie Blau drapes the sofa.


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as the incredible array of vintage Swedish and Moroccan flat-weave rugs throughout, they used well-loved furnishings and accessories to imbue the home with style as classic and ageless as its architecture. For all the thoughtful consideration given to the interiors, however, the designers were careful never to upstage the real star of the show: the majestic vistas right outside the floor-to-ceiling windows. “We kept everything low and sparse very purposefully,” says Jayne. “When someone walks in, we want their eyes to go right past the furniture to the outside, so that they can instantly be reminded of what a special place they’re in.”

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In addition to the gentle waters of the Hudson visible as far as the eye can see, the delicate landscape designed by Burton DeMarche— which features terraced stone patios, indigenous plantings and a free-form pool with a small outlet waterfall—is just as breathtaking. “Our approach was to play off the native site elements: Natural ledge outcroppings were preserved and given prominence within the composition, and granite boulders removed during excavation were repurposed to retain slopes and add sculptural value to the hillside gardens. Stone slab steps and granite paving were also locally sourced to retain the site’s native artistic integrity.” All of this provides the illusion that the home’s surroundings have been virtually untouched. It’s this purity that the homeowner finds himself responding to again and again: a fact that is supported not only by the simple way he lives when he’s visiting for the weekend, but also by the art that adorns the walls of his midcentury abode. “When I first moved in I had a lot of really lovely, powerful Expressionist pieces,” he says, “but I’ve evolved. Minimalist, conceptual art resonates much better with the tonality of the place, its architecture, landscape and interior design, and I want to honor that for as long as I’m here.” L

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In the master bedroom, the designers selected a low-slung vintage Danish bed for better access to the views, and a Marianne Richter Swedish flat-weave from Doris Leslie Blau. The vintage chair is from Rago Auctions; the handwoven bedspread is from ABC Carpet & Home; and the Ignazio Gardella floor lamp is from Weinberg Modern. A pair of watercolor paintings by Joseph Zito introduces a touch of whimsy.


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n the 1957 Audrey Hepburn movie musical Funny Face, an eccentric fashion editor, brought to life by the inimitable Kay Thompson, admonished her staff to “Think pink! Everything that you can think, and that includes the kitchen sink.” But this is not a color

met with abandon by most designers, especially when the shade in question is a particularly bright shade of fuchsia. Nevertheless, that was the color requested by designer Ernest de la Torre’s client, a mother and grandmother in her 70s who had been living at The Plaza Hotel for three years and wanted to move to SoHo to be closer to her son and grandchildren. “I was only going to put pink on the sofas,” de la Torre recalls, “but she wanted the color everywhere. She said it made her happy.” Rather than resist, de la Torre embraced it. “Why not,” he adds. “I’d never done an all-pink apartment before.”

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Chairs in the sitting area are covered in a chocolate kidskin by Keleen Leathers. The custom coffee table was conceived by designer Ernest de la Torre and uses hand-dyed straw marquetry to get its plaid effect. Left: For one side of the living room, de la Torre designed a nailhead-trimmed console in red horsehair from John Rosselli & Associates and hung an elaborately baroque-style shell mirror acquired from Drake.


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Recognizing that the palette could quickly become overwhelming, de la Torre gave it a more balanced context by mixing in “elements of subdued fantasy and rawness.” In this case, fantasy skewed toward nature-inspired elements taken from Asian and Indian cultures, where, says de la Torre, “pink is pervasive.” Rawness refers to the industrial origins of the building, originally designed by Cleverdon and Putzel in 1895. Not conceived for residential use, it had begun life as an apparel and hat manufactory and, prior to its 1990s apartment conversion, had housed offices. Because of this, the space lacked the symmetry that is essential to classical proportion and grace, which impart livability to so many homes. With that in mind, the design team had to build the symmetry in. Builders Steven Scordio and Anthony Scordio were charged with executing that symmetry within the existing plan. They did so by mirroring the centruy-old architectural elements. For example, sleeping 306 l u x e i n t e r i o r s

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De la Torre softened the existing stainless-steel kitchen with organic elements such as the trio of custom pendants covered in a deep beige Clarence House horsehair and 1970s teak barstools from Drake. New lacquered-wood cabinetry by Scordio Construction updates the space, giving it a more crisp, streamlined feel.


Grounding the casual breakfast nook just off the sitting area is a vintage horn-inlay Karl Springer game table surrounded by four custom cerused-oak chairs covered in a pink floral embroidered silk by Manuel Canovas. An 18th-century embroidered Chinese panel hangs on the wall.


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Custom Louis-style chairs surround an Oscar de la Renta dining table by Century Furniture in the great room; fuchsia draperies of Tussar Indian silk were fabricated by Lauren Hwang. Behind the Taracea console, the living area includes two custom sofas in pink Sabina Fay Braxton silk-velvet.


Above: A custom-built cabinet of curiosities in the library houses some of the homeowner’s beloved collectibles. Right: Above the daybed hangs an untitled Keith Haring pop art drawing that gives whimsical flair to the room the owner’s young grandchildren stay in.

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quarters for the grandchildren featured a wall flanked by openings at both sides that infelicitously looked into a closet and bathroom. “I suggested surrounding it with a steel-and-glass wall,” says de la Torre of this raw, industrial part of the space. The move closed off those spaces while providing access to the door on one side. The opposite side emulates that doorway but doesn’t open into either space. But, as Steven Scordio admits, achieving that kind of radius, so that everything had symmetry and would be in proportion, was somewhat of a challenge. Designed by architect Edward Siegel, the library is another departure from the home’s loft-like character. Siegel ornamented it with egg-anddart cornices and moldings and Corinthian columns that are seemingly 310 l u x e i n t e r i o r s

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In the boys’ room, custom steel windows from A&S Window Associates hide a closet and bath. Below the round vintage Ralph Lauren mirror, Anthony Lawrence-Belfair fabricated the custom trundle daybeds in a durable Stark vinyl, accessorized with John Robshaw pillows. The lamp in the corner is vintage Gordon Martz purchased through Drake.


A Sabina Fay Braxton washed silk-velvet was upholstered on the walls and on the headboard in the master bedroom and is broken up by metallic linen draperies made by Lauren Hwang. The metallic bedding is from Frette, and the silver parchment-wrapped nightstand was custom designed by de la Torre.


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more at home in a Park Avenue pre-war apartment. “It becomes a neoclassical set piece in this modern building, which has very tall ceilings, exposed beams and electrical conduits,” Siegel says. The library is also one of the more personal spaces in the home offering a casual and comfortable space to read and be surrounded by things the client loves. Built-in bookshelves not only store books but provide ample space to house a curated collection of Asian-influenced pottery, vintage collectibles and black-and-white family photographs. The personal touches help bring the lofty space back to down to size. In the master bedroom, pink utterly evaporates, and is swathed in teal: the client’s “other favorite color.” But elsewhere it is clear—in a way that would have pleased Kay Thompson’s character—that de la Torre was able to “think pink” from a new, thoroughly modern perspective. L luxe interiors

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hen a young family decided to move out of New York City and into a home on New Jersey’s Navesink River, they wanted to renovate the house in a way that would respect its original

Arts and Crafts-style architecture while also transforming the dark interiors into a light and airy contemporary space. Enter designer Kati Curtis, who was called upon to do just that—and she pulled it off without moving a single wall. Because the owners—he’s in finance and she’s a stay-at-home mom to their two young children—were satisfied with the home’s overall layout, they wanted the original architecture to remain intact. However, when it came to the dated kitchen and five bathrooms, they knew they had a gut renovation on their hands: The kitchen received new clean-lined

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The sunken family room, where the homeowners spend most of their time, contains 12-foot-high ceilings. To allow a clear view to the river when seated, designer Kati Curtis made sure the contemporary sofas from Cisco Brothers and a cream chair and ottoman from McGuire were no higher than the bottoms of the windows.


A patterned Donegal wool carpet from Stark grounds the family room and recalls the Arts and Crafts era of a century ago that inspired the original architecture of the house. The natural variation in the wood of the Clubcu walnut coffee table hides spills, while its organic shape allows easy access from any angle.

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white cabinetry to replace the dark wood, as well as two new Caesarstone-topped islands; a clawfoot soaking tub was added to the master bath in front of the window to take in river views. From the outset, the designer had to work with spatial and proportion issues. As was common in construction a couple of decades ago, the house boasted plenty of architectural bells and whistles, such as dormers and oddly formed spaces, including two octagonal-shaped rooms—one downstairs and one upstairs. “Typically, Craftsman-style homes have

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In the bay-windowed sunroom off the family room, a demilune sofa, a pair of rattan chairs and a modern coffee table are all from McGuire. An onyx-based lamp from Arteriors, and a white metal sconce and trio of pendants from The Urban Electric Co. contribute to the casual vibe.


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9-foot-high ceilings,” she adds. “This house had very high ceilings, so we needed to bring things down to a more human scale without making any architectural changes whatsoever.” The house was steeped in deep earth tones, so light and bright became the watchwords. “The woodwork

Only the Viking stove and Sub-Zero refrigerator were retained from the formerly dark-paneled kitchen. New all-white cabinetry—designed by Curtis and Canyon Creek Cabinet Company—along with two wenge-wood islands topped with white Caesarstone brighten the functional space. The sparkling backsplash is by New Ravenna Mosaics.

was beautiful, but it was stained very dark,” Curtis recalls. Everything from the wall panels and stair balusters to moldings and beadboard ceilings was treated to a sweeping whitewash. “The dark wood actually emphasized the home’s lofty proportions,” Curtis says. “Painting all the woodwork white helped combat this effect and offset the scale.” luxe interiors

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The newly whitewashed woodwork and the consistent use of pale grays, taupes and other neutral colors throughout the house went a long way toward establishing a sense of unity and organization. Because her clients were “shy about bright color,” says Curtis, upholstered pieces were covered in pale neutral fabrics. The designer also introduced muted tones of red, green and blue into accent pieces—mere hints of color that nonetheless pop against the understated backdrop. In the formal dining room, Curtis made clever use of Thibaut wallpaper with an overall bird pattern—reminiscent of the lush wallcoverings of the Arts and Crafts era—to also help achieve architectural aims.

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Thibaut’s bird-patterned wallpaper helps the long, narrow formal dining room become more intimate. The splayed-leg table and chairs were designed by Curtis for The New Traditionalists. The chair backs are upholstered in an ikat fabric from Kravet and the striking chandelier, with an oil-rubbed bronze finish, is by Jonathan Browning Studios.


The Drexel Heritage hutch in the formal dining room was refurbished to give it more of an antique feel; the pale yellow armchairs are from Cisco Brothers and the wall sconces are from Holly Hunt. Another patterned Donegal rug from Stark runs underfoot.


A custom sofa with a carvedwood frame, one of two by Kati Curtis Design for The New Traditionalists, anchors the more formal living room, which is used for entertaining. Woven shades on the windows let the river views shine through. The elegant marble-and-bronze oval side table is by Global Views.


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“The room is long and narrow with a vaulted ceiling,” Curtis says. “The luxurious patterning of the wallpaper counteracts a ‘tunnel effect’ and

Osborne & Little’s wallpaper in a subtle pattern adds quiet interest in the formal living room, while its pale hues reflect the natural light streaming in from the windows. In the husband’s office, built-in bookshelves can be seen just past the entry foyer.

distracts from the harsh geometric lines of the ceiling.” The presence of two young children required that nearly everything be easy to clean. Seating in the family living areas, for instance, is covered in outdoor fabric, and in the dining room, the children can color on the stone-topped table without ruining it. The coffee table in the family room, a free-form wood slab with natural variation, was chosen for its durability and spill-resistant material, as well as for its beauty. Patterned Donegal

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The spectacular wooden boathouse on the river, primarily used as guest accommodations and for parties, was left completely intact. A graphic blueand-white striped rug packs a visual punch beneath a coffee table, both from Restoration Hardware. The woven-wicker chairs are from Palecek, and the barstools are from Straight from the Crate.


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A classic clawfoot soaking tub from Kallista anchors the master bathroom and sits under a window in order to highlight the incredible scenery outside. Calacatta Borghini tiles from Ann Sacks cover the room, and the fixtures are from Rocky Mountain Hardware.

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wool rugs—like those popular in the early 20th century—can also be found throughout the home and are “beautiful yet practical, as far as hiding stains and dirt,” says Curtis, who also brought in beanbag chairs and a vibrant patchwork carpet from Flor for the attic playroom. “It’s a fun space where we could go crazy.” Now, the home is classic, elegant and serene, while also being supremely suited for family living. Above all, it is flooded with light—an uplifting testament to the magnificent power of pale. L

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In the master bedroom, the warm blue Benjamin Moore paint on the walls sets a serene tone and echoes the river views. The bed frame is from Restoration Hardware and the chaise is from Cisco Brothers. Matching side tables from Atelier Delalain hold a pair of lamps from Arteriors.


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Clive Christian NY Cosentino Surfaces* Edward Fields Carpet Makers Eggersmann Kitchens Exquisite Surfaces Fantini USA Ferguson Kitchen & Bath Gallery Florense Gaggenau Design Studio

GE Monogram Design Center Hans Krug Fine European Cabinetry Hastings Tile & Bath Holly Hunt NY Lefroy Brooks Listone Giordano Wood Floors Miele Paris Ceramics Poggenpohl

Poliform SieMatic Smeg USA Snaidero USA St. Charles of New York Sub-Zero | Wolf Thermador Design Center Varenna by Poliform Wood-Mode | ACK


The team at NouvelleView handled every detail of our move flawlessly.

Whether you’re moving across the block or across the globe, let the luxury moving specialists at NouvelleView expertly budget, plan, and execute your entire move. Even a seemingly simple move includes hundreds of details and decisions. At NouvelleView, we anticipate the unexpected, and personally manage the entire process, from packing to final installation. So you can sit back, relax, and look forward to moving into a fully unpacked, move-in ready home. To arrange a complimentary consultation, call 212-876-6008.

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Pre-move planning Organizing/streamlining

Digital inventory Supervising packing & move Arts and antiques transport

Move-in & audio/video set up Estate Sale services


Exquisite Hand Carved Mahogany Furniture 30 Commerce Road, Stamford, Connecticut 06902

Phone 203-969-7227

www.4-orm.com


PROMOTION

portfolio.

EXQUISITE LIVING.

MITCHELL WILK ARCHITECTURE Ranging from traditional to the modern, Mitchell Wilk Architecture has earned a reputation for developing innovative, carefully considered and well-detailed designs. The firm’s philosophy is based on the belief that architecture should strive to enrich the lives of those who come into contact with it. MWA’s success is based on the passion and purpose that are brought to bear on each commission. mitchellwilk.com; 914.925.0107


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1. TAKING LOCAL INGREDIENTS ON A GLOBAL ADVENTURE.

2. NEW-FASHIONED PALM BEACH LUXURY.

CAFE OF LOVE Local new American cuisine takes farm-to-table ingredients on a global adventure at Cafe of Love in Mt. Kisco, New York. Leslie Lampert’s spin-off of her award-winning soup shop, Ladle of Love, has received accolades from Zagat, Westchester Magazine, The Journal News and The New York Times, who called the cafe “...an engaging little restaurant... with an appealing blend of rusticity and sophistication, contemporary without being modern.” The kitchen team turns up the heat nightly, featuring the freshest farm fare in all its seasonal glory. cafeofloveny.com; 914.242.1002

EAU PALM BEACH RESORT & SPA Eau Palm Beach is excited to announce they have redefined the guest experience with new rooms re-envisioned by Jonathan Adler that reflect the destination’s fun yet elegant spirit. Experience new-fashioned Palm Beach luxury at this Five-Diamond resort featuring the award-winning Eau Spa, dining options with breathtaking views of the Atlantic, two oceanfront pools and experiences that will take you miles away from mainstream. eaupalmbeach.com; 800.328.0170

3. SUBTLE GLAMOUR. WHITE WEBB The Alexander console is a magnificent new addition to Clearly Classic™ by White Webb. Pairing noble presence with subtle glamour, it makes a sophisticated statement in both classic and modern interiors. Available exclusively at Donghia showrooms nationwide. whitewebb.com; 212.889.2900


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APPLIANCES

ALBANO APPLIANCE & SERVICE 914.764.4051 albanoappliance.com DACOR dacor.com EUROCHEF USA 866.844.6566 eurochefusa.com LEIBERTS ROYAL GREEN APPLIANCE CENTER 228 East Post Road White Plains, New York | 914.949.5999 leiberts.com SUB-ZERO WOLF subzero-wolf.com

VIKING vikingrange.com

ARCHITECTS

BROOKS & FALOTICO ASSOCIATES, INC. 199 Elm Street New Canaan, Connecticut | 203.966.8440 brooksandfalotico.com CHARLES HILTON ARCHITECTS 170 Mason Street Greenwich, Connecticut | 203.489.3800 hiltonarchitects.com

AUTO DEALERSHIPS

LAND ROVER MILFORD 825 Bridgeport Avenue Milford, Connecticut | 203.874.8500 landrovermilford.com

CATERING

CAFE OF LOVE 38 East Main Street Mount Kisco, New York | 914.242.1002 cafeofloveny.com

CUSTOM METALWORK

ARTESANO IRON WORKS New York, New York | 212.355.4902 artesanoironworks.com

DESIGN CENTERS

FABRICS + WINDOW COVERINGS (CONTINUED)

KRAVET kravet.com

SANDRA JORDAN sandrajordan.com STROHEIM 800.763.0524 stroheim.com

FLOOR COVERINGS

ABC CARPET & HOME 881 Broadway New York, New York abchome.com CLASSIC RUG COLLECTION 979 3rd Avenue, Suite 1805 New York, New York classicrug.com

ARCHITECTS & DESIGNERS BUILDING 150 East 58th Street New York, New York | 212.644.2766 adbuilding.com

COUNTRY CARPET 516.822.5855 countrycarpet.com

NEW YORK DESIGN CENTER 200 Lexington Avenue New York, New York | 212.679.9500 nydc.com

DORIS LESLIE BLAU 306 East 61st Street, 7th Floor New York, New York | 212.586.5511 dorisleslieblau.com

DOORS + WINDOWS

HERITAGE WIDE PLANK FLOORING 877.777.4200 hwpf.com

KEAN DEVELOPMENT COMPANY 631.367.9696 keandevelopment.com

FLEETWOOD WINDOWS & DOORS 1 Fleetwood Way Corona, California | 800.736.7363 fleetwoodusa.com/luxe

RIVERHEAD BUILDING SUPPLY 250 David Court Calverton, New York | 800.378.3650

MITCHELL WILK ARCHITECTURE 914.925.0107 mitchellwilk.com

MILGARD 800.MILGARD milgard.com/professionals

RUG ART 979 3rd Avenue, Suite 1518 New York, New York | 212.207.8211 rug-art.net

ROBERT A. CARDELLO ARCHITECTS 97 Washington Street South Norwalk, Connecticut | 203.853.2524 cardelloarchitects.com

NANAWALL 800.873.5673 nanawall.com

SAMAD 888.726.2393 samad.com

SHOPE RENO WHARTON ASSOCIATES 18 Marshall Street, Suite 114 South Norwalk, Connecticut | 203.852.7250 shoperenowharton.com

FABRICS + WINDOW COVERINGS

STEVEN HARRIS ARCHITECTS 120 Chambers Street New York, New York | 212.587.1108 stevenharrisarchitects.com

DONGHIA 800.DONGHIA donghia.com

VITA DESIGN GROUP Westport, Connecticut | 203.283.1561 vdgarch.com

DURALEE 800.275.3872 duralee.com

ARCHITECTURAL MOLDINGS

JP WEAVER CO. 941 Air Way Glendale, California | 818.500.1740 jpweaver.com

SANFORD HALL 212.684.4217

TUFENKIAN ARTISAN CARPETS tufenkiancarpets.com

FURNITURE + ACCESSORIES

GARRETT LEATHER 979 3rd Avenue New York, New York | 212.588.1251 garrettleather.com

WARP & WEFT 212.546.0944 warpandweft.com

HOULÈS houles.com

4-ORM 30 Commerce Road Stamford, Connecticut | 203.969.7227 4-orm.com


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FURNITURE + ACCESSORIES (CONTINUED)

FURNITURE + ACCESSORIES (CONTINUED)

FURNITURE + ACCESSORIES (CONTINUED)

AKO DESIGN CENTER 315 Avenue U Brooklyn, New York | 718.265.2800 akodesigncenter.com

DUNE 200 Lexington Avenue New York, New York dune-ny.com

LEXINGTON HOME BRANDS 200 Lexington Avenue, Suite 212 New York, New York | 212.532.2750 lexington.com

ANDRIANNA SHAMARIS 261 Spring Street New York, New York | 212.388.9898 andriannashamarisinc.com

EDWARD FERRELL + LEWIS MITTMAN ef-lm.com

LILLIAN AUGUST FOR HICKORY WHITE lillianaugustfinefurniture.com

ARHAUS 866.427.4287 arhaus.com

FLEXFORM 155 East 56th Street New York, New York | 212.355.2328 flexformny.com

LILLIAN AUGUST FURNISHINGS + DESIGN 203.847.3314 lillianaugust.com

ARTISTIC FRAME 979 3rd Avenue, 17th Floor New York, New York artisticframe.com

HELLMAN CHANG 200 Lexington Avenue, Suite 902 New York, New York | 212.726.9030 hellman-chang.com

LISA TAYLOR DESIGNS lisataylordesigns.com

ATELIER 200 Lexington Avenue, Suite 202 New York, New York | 212.696.0211 atelier-nyc.com

HENREDON henredon.com

MARGE CARSON margecarson.com

AVERY BOARDMAN 979 3rd Avenue New York, New York | 212.688.6611 averyboardman.com

HICKORY CHAIR hickorychair.com

MERIDIANI USA Miami, Florida | 305.573.3636 meridiani.it

BAUSMAN & COMPANY bausmanandcompany.com

INTERIOR CRAFTS, INC. interiorcraftsinc.com

MICHELANGELO DESIGNS 2 Main Avenue Passaic, New Jersey | 973.779.3200 michelangelodesigns.com

BERNHARDT bernhardt.com

IRONIES 510.644.2100 ironies.com

O. HENRY HOUSE, LTD. 336.431.5350 ohenryhouseltd.com

BESPOKE BY LUIGI GENTILE 979 3rd Avenue, Suite 1205 New York, New York bespokebylg.com

J. ROBERT SCOTT 500 North Oak Street Inglewood, California | 877.207.5130 jrobertscott.com

OCHRE 979 3rd Avenue, Suite 1109 New York, New York ochre.net

BIASI CATANI 979 3rd Avenue, Suite 813 New York, New York biasicatani.com

J. TRIBBLE COLLECTION 747 Miami Circle Atlanta, Georgia | 888.652.6116 jtribble.com

PEARSON pearsoncompany.com

BRIGHT CHAIR 888.524.5997 brightchair.com

JIUN HO jiunho.com

POLTRONA FRAU 855.768.5931 poltronafrau.com

CASSINA 800.770.3568 cassina.com

JOHN BOONE 979 3rd Avenue, Suite 711 New York, New York | 212.758.0012 johnbooneinc.com

ROCHE BOBOIS roche-bobois.com

CENTURY FURNITURE centuryfurniture.com/buylocal

LAZZONI 154 West 18th Street New York, New York | 212.242.0606 lazzoni.us

SCALA LUXURY scalaluxury.com

CLIFF YOUNG LTD. 200 Lexington Avenue, Suite 505 New York, New York | 212.683.8808 cliffyoungltd.com

LAZZONI 26 Greene Street New York, New York | 212.242.0605 lazzoni.us

SELVA selva.com

DAKOTA JACKSON 979 3rd Avenue, Suite 501 New York, New York dakotajackson.com

LAZZONI 68 Route 17 North Paramus, New Jersey | 201.556.0606 lazzoni.us

SKRAM FURNITURE COMPANY skramfurniture.com

DENNIS MILLER ASSOCIATES 200 Lexington Avenue, Suite 1210 New York, New York | 212.684.0070 dennismiller.com

LEATHERCRAFT 800.627.1561 leathercraft-furniture.com

SUITE NY 419 Park Avenue South, 17th Floor New York, New York | 212.421.3300 suiteny.com

DESIGNLUSH 200 Lexington Avenue, Suite 415 New York, New York | 212.532.5450 designlush.com

LEE INDUSTRIES 800.892.7150 furniturebylee.com

WHITE BIRCH STUDIO 15 Myrtle Avenue Westport, Connecticut | 203.557.9137


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FURNITURE + ACCESSORIES (CONTINUED)

HOME BUILDERS + REMODELERS (CONTINUED)

WYETH New York, New York | 212.243.3661 wyethome.com

GALLERIES

KATHRYN MARKEL FINE ARTS 529 West 20th Street, Suite 6W New York, New York | 212.366.5368 markelfinearts.com

HARDWARE

ASHLEY NORTON ARCHITECTURAL HARDWARE 800.393.1097 ashleynorton.com

KELLIE BURKE INTERIORS 993 A Farmington Avenue West Hartford, Connecticut | 860.232.9128 kellieburke.com

TACONIC BUILDERS taconicbuilders.com

LYNNE SCALO DESIGN 19 East Elm Street Greenwich, Connecticut | 203.222.4991 lynnescalo.com MAR SILVER DESIGN 203.341.0413 marsilverdesign.com

HOME THEATER DESIGN

KENISE BARNES FINE ART 1947 Palmer Avenue Larchmont, New York kbfa.com WALLY FINDLAY GALLERIES 124 East 57th Street New York, New York | 212.421.5390 wallyfindlay.com

INTERIOR DESIGNERS (CONTINUED)

ROBERT A. CARDELLO ARCHITECTS 97 Washington Street South Norwalk, Connecticut | 203.853.2524 cardelloarchitects.com

RINFRET, LTD. 354 Greenwich Avenue Greenwich, Connecticut | 203.622.0000 rinfretltd.com

CRESTRON 844.625.3687

SHERYL BLEUSTEIN INTERIORS 954.445.0897 sherylbleusteininteriors.com

HOTELS

EAU PALM BEACH RESORT & SPA 100 South Ocean Boulevard Manalapan, Florida | 800.328.0170 eaupalmbeach.com

SIMPLY SPOTLESS NEW YORK 917.242.2008 simplyspotlessny.com THE SUMMER HOUSE 32 Forest Street New Canaan, Connecticut | 203.594.9550 thesummerhousect.com

INTERIOR DESIGN SHOWROOMS

BALDWIN HARDWARE baldwinhardware.com

LYNNE SCALO DESIGN 19 East Elm Street Greenwich, Connecticut | 203.222.4991 lynnescalo.com

KATONAH ARCHITECTURAL HARDWARE katonahhardware.com

MICHAEL DAWKINS HOME 232 East 59th Street New York, New York | 212.888.2748 michaeldawkinshome.com

OMNIA Cedar Grove, New Jersey | 800.310.7960 omniaindustries.com

MICHAEL DAWKINS HOME 3628 Northeast 2nd Avenue Miami, Florida | 305.573.4355 michaeldawkinshome.com

LANDSBERG JEWELERS 3 Renaissance Square White Plains, New York | 914.761.1122 landsbergjewelers.com

ROCKY MOUNTAIN HARDWARE 888.583.0154 rockymountainhardware.com

RINFRET, LTD. 354 Greenwich Avenue Greenwich, Connecticut | 203.622.0000 rinfretltd.com

LANDSBERG JEWELERS 66 West 4th Street New York, New York | 212.391.1980 landsbergjewelers.com

SUN VALLEY BRONZE 866.788.3631 sunvalleybronze.com

HOME BUILDERS + REMODELERS

INTERIOR DESIGNERS

BARBARA BELL INTERIORS 222 Martling Avenue Tarrytown, New York | 914.332.1532 barbarabellinteriors.com

WHITE WEBB whitewebb.com

JEWELRY

LANDSBERG JEWELERS 132 South Ridge Street Rye Brook, New York | 914.510.8920 landsbergjewelers.com SANDI MILLER BURROWS DESIGNS sandimillerburrowsdesigns.com

D’ALESSIO INSPIRED ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS builtbydalessio.com

CHERIE GREENE INTERIORS 123 Post Road East Westport, Connecticut | 203.656.9677

EXCEL BUILDERS & RENOVATORS INC. 718.624.5300 excelbuilds.com

DESIGN CONCEPTS/INTERIORS LLC 8 Devonshire Court Cortlandt Manor, New York | 914.734.1383 dcistudio.com

BAKES & KROPP 200 Lexington Avenue, Suite 430 New York, New York | 888.206.0015 bakesandkropp.com

KEAN DEVELOPMENT COMPANY 631.367.9696 keandevelopment.com

ELISE SOM INTERIOR DESIGN 252 West 38th Street, Suite 905 New York, New York | 212.764.0919 elisesom.com

CLIVE CHRISTIAN clive.com

LINDAL CEDAR HOMES 888.4LINDAL lindal.com

ELISSA GRAYER INTERIOR DESIGN 22 Purchase Street Rye, New York | 914.921.6500 elissagrayerdesign.com

EGGERSMANN USA 800.276.1239 info@eggersmannusa.com eggersmannusa.com

KITCHEN + BATH


NEW YORK ADVERTISER INDEX

KITCHEN + BATH (CONTINUED)

LIGHTING (CONTINUED)

FERGUSON BATH & KITCHEN GALLERY 150 East 58th Street New York, New York | 212.688.5990 ferguson.com

HUBBARDTON FORGE 800.826.4766 hubbardtonforge.com

FRANKE 800.626.5771 frankeksd.com

JONATHAN BROWNING 415.401.9999 jonathanbrowninginc.com

GRANDE CENTRAL 1254 Park Avenue New York, New York | 212.876.0100 centralplumbingspec.com

LA MURRINA MURANO 979 3rd Avenue, 5th Floor New York, New York | 212.751.2401 lamurrina.com

GRANDE CENTRAL 141 East 56th Street New York, New York | 212.588.1997 centralplumbingspec.com

LITTMAN BRANDS littmanbrands.com

J. TRIBBLE COLLECTION 747 Miami Circle Atlanta, Georgia | 888.652.6116 jtribble.com

MATTHEW STUDIOS matthewstudiosny.com

NUKITCHENS 132 Water Street South Norwalk, Connecticut | 203.831.9000

LUXURY BEDDING

OUTDOOR LIVING

THE OUTDOOR KITCHEN DESIGN STORE BY PREFERRED PROPERTIES 1456 Highland Avenue Cheshire, Connecticut | 203.250.1030 outdoorkitchendesigner.com

POOL BUILDERS

SHORELINE POOLS 393 West Avenue Stamford, Connecticut | 203.967.1203 shorelinepools.com

REAL ESTATE

BESPOKE REAL ESTATE CODY VICHINSKY 904 Montauk Highway Watermill, New York | 631.926.3948 bespokerealestate.com BESPOKE REAL ESTATE ZACHARY VICHINSKY 903 Montauk Highway Watermill, New York | 631.766.0945 bespokerealestate.com

PUTNAM KITCHENS 406 East Putnam Avenue Cos Cob, Connecticut | 203.661.2270 putnamkitchens.com

SCANDIA HOME scandiahome.com

BROWN HARRIS STEVENS 27 Main Street East Hampton, New York | 631.324.6400 brownharrisstevens.com

SCAVOLINI 429 West Broadway New York, New York | 212.219.0910 scavolini.com

SFERRA sferra.com

COLDWELL BANKER 203.244.2900 coldwellbanker.com

SIEMATIC MÖBELWERKE USA 215.604.1350 info@siematic.com siematic.us

VI-SPRING vispring.com

LUXURY PORTFOLIO FINE PROPERTY COLLECTION luxuryportfolio.com

SIEMATIC NEW YORK A&D Building, 150 East 58th Street, 8th Floor New York, New York | 212.752.7900 siematic-newyork.com THG PARIS thgusa.com TOWN & COUNTRY KITCHEN AND BATH 25 Bridge Avenue Red Bank, New Jersey | 732.345.1441 tckbdesigns.com

MOVING + STORAGE

NOUVELLE VIEW 212.876.6008 nouvelleview.com

ORGANIZATIONAL SOLUTIONS

ONE RIVERSIDE PARK 425 Freedom Place South New York, New York | 212.ONE.RVSD oneriversidepark.com ONE RIVERSIDE PARK West 62nd Street New York, New York | 212.ONE.RVSD oneriversidepark.com SAUNDERS - DIANE SAATCHI 631.375.6900 dsaatchi@saunders.com

TOWNHOUSE KITCHENS townhousekitchensnyc.com

CALIFORNIA CLOSETS 866.870.4814 californiaclosets.com

SAUNDERS - LAURA WHITE 631.478.8385 lwhite@saunders.com

WOOD-MODE FINE CUSTOM CABINETRY wood-mode.com

EMPIRE CLOSETS 855.367.2006 officialempirecloset.com

SOTHEBY’S INTERNATIONAL REALTY South Hampton, New York | 631.283.0600 onlywithus.com

TRANSFORM 800.450.1455 transformhome.com

SOTHEBY’S INTERNATIONAL REALTY Sag Harbor, New York | 631.725.6000 onlywithus.com

LIGHTING

BEVOLO GAS & ELECTRIC LIGHTS 504.522.9485 bevolo.com DESIGNLUSH 200 Lexington Avenue, Suite 415 New York, New York | 212.532.5450 designlush.com

OUTDOOR LIVING

TEAK WAREHOUSE 800.343.7707 | 866.937.8325 teakwarehouse.com

SOTHEBY’S INTERNATIONAL REALTY East Hampton, New York | 631.324.6000 onlywithus.com SOTHEBY’S INTERNATIONAL REALTY Bridgehampton, New York | 631.537.6000 onlywithus.com


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sotheby’s InternatIonal realty - Sharon Stern 2446 Main Street Bridgehampton, New York | 631.613.7330 sharon.stern@sothebyshomes.com

antolInI luIGI antoliniprecioustone.com

neolIth neolith.com

the Carlton house 21 East 61st Street New York, New York | 212.680.0166 thecarltonhouse.com

artIstIC tIle 877.237.4097 artistictile.com

ParIs CeramICs 888.845.3487 parisceramicsusa.com

the CorCoran group Gary r. DePersIa 51 Main Street East Hampton, New York | 516.380.0538 gdp@corcoran.com

Caesarstone caesarstoneus.com

trueform ConCrete 973.983.7500 trueformconcrete.com

toll brothers CIty lIvInG 419 Park Avenue South, 5th Avenue New York, New York | 212.981.8542 400pas.com

CanCos tIle & stone 22 West 21st Street New York, New York | 212.627.1545 cancos.com

Walker ZanGer walkerzanger.com

WIllIam raveIs raveis.com

ComPaCstone usa, InC. 1666 Northwest 82nd Avenue Doral, Florida | 305.406.3600 compac.us Dekton dekton.com

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lenox lenox.com/entertainingusa

abC stone Long Island, New York | 516.997.9412 abcworldwidestone.com

elDoraDo stone 800.925.1491 eldoradooutdoor.com

abC stone New York, New York | 718.389.8360 abcworldwidestone.com

hG stones 272 Johnson Avenue Brooklyn, New York | 800.216.0670 hgstones.com

WallCoverInGs

arte 866.943.2783 arte-international.com

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what’s new, what’s next. At the recent Chair Dare, Luxe Interiors + Design Editor in Chief Pamela Jaccarino challenged four young designers—Andrew Maier, Jenny Wolf, Sam Allen, and Anna Burke—to create custom Palecek chairs using Kravet fabric. The chairs were unveiled during What’s New, What’s Next at the New York Design Center’s Palecek showroom, and in a lively panel discussion, the designers spoke about their inspirations as well as the trends they are seeing in today’s consumer choices and designs.

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thg paris & baccarat. Luxe teamed up with THG Paris to celebrate its second collaboration with Baccarat: Beyond Crystal, featuring Baccarat crystal handles in vibrant colors and THG’s introduction of LED technology. The fine craftsmanship of both brands was explored through a roaming presentation led by Luxe Executive Editor Arlyn Hernandez and designer Matthew Frederick, along with Pedro Uranga and Lauren Heilpern of THG Paris and Serniqua Dougherty of Baccarat.


MODERN haMptONs OCEaNFRONt REtREat ● saGapONaCK Exclusive. This exquisite modern gem sits high on the dune with expansive ocean and farm vistas. With a chic and sophisticated design, the 4,000± sf house is one of only 8 oceanfront homes on a private road. The home has four en suite bedrooms and a rare oceanfront heated, gunite pool. Multiple outdoor seating and dining areas all have breathtaking views of the ocean. A screened oceanside lounge and private staircase to a beautiful beach complete the picture. $18,995,000. WEB# 46900. Mary Ann Cinelli ■ direct: 631.537.4347 ■ mcinelli@bhshamptons.com

NEW luxury CONSTruCTION • WATEr MIll SOuTH Exclusive. Designed and constructed by Paramount Custom Homes this 6,060± sf Transitional style home redefines luxury living. On 1.1± acres near Mecox Bay and the ocean. Floor to ceiling paneling, marble fireplaces, coffered ceilings, 6 bedrooms, 6.5 baths and heated pool with spa. $8,495,000. WEB# 38114. Christopher J. Burnside ■ direct: 631.537.4320 ■ cburnside@bhshamptons.com

East haMptON VILLaGE EstatE sECtION COMpOuND Exclusive. This special 4.2± acre compound is 2 blocks from the ocean beach and includes a handsome residence in the French pavilion style; a 2-bedroom guest cottage; caretaker’s cottage; gunite pool; pool house with 2 baths & 2-car garage. All structures are on 3± acres; an additional lot is included. $22,500,000. WEB# 52990. James W. Oxnam ■ direct: 631.903.6111 ■ joxnam@bhshamptons.com


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asid induction. Over 150 interior designers and industry partners were in attendance at the induction of the new board of directors for the New York Metro Chapter of ASID, which took place at the Häfele and Arclinea showrooms across from Madison Square Park. The meeting and installation of the board members were first held at Häfele, and then at Arclinea’s new space for a reception and networking. Guests took home gifts and raffle prizes, contributed by friends of Luxe Interiors + Design.

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abc stone. In celebration of Archtober, New York City’s Architecture and Design Month, ABC Worldwide Stone and Luxe Interiors + Design hosted a panel discussion at the Center for Architecture in LaGuardia Place. Moderated by Lyndsey Belle Tyler of ABC Worldwide Stone, the panel featured architect Philip Ryan and interior designer Michael Simon, who spoke about the intricacies of stone, from quarry to installation, and how it has given life to some of their most prestigious projects.


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rohl jörger jewel collection. Decorative hardware doesn’t usually come with provenance, but that’s not the case with the Rohl Jörger Jewel collection. Ferguson Bath & Kitchen Gallery hosted an event in its showroom at the A&D building to celebrate the new line with Mark Rohl, president of the eastern region at Rohl, and Oliver Jörger, designer of the new line, who were both in attendance. Originally founded by Bernhard Jörger, this multigenerational company embodies a passion for fine craftsmanship and the high style of European luxury.  

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ako grand opening. Brooklyn now rivals Manhattan as the hip borough, so it didn’t take much to attract a sophisticated crowd to the grand opening of AKO Design Center. Housed in its newly designed four-story building on Avenue U, AKO features contemporary furnishings with a modern aesthetic and offers customized living solutions for the entire home. Founded in 1993, AKO distinguishes itself by its exclusive representation of legendary Italian furniture manufacturer Calligaris, as well as Carma Cucine for kitchen designs.


ENCORE

LIGHTING

DREAM Totem I, II & III From $57,500 Lindsey Adelman thefutureperfect.com

CATCHER

L I G H T I N G D E S I G N E R Lindsey Adelman employs her signature cocktail of impactful materials in her recent collection for The Future Perfect. “Totem doesn’t take itself too seriously,” she notes of the unique trio of light sculptures she crafted with friend and master glass artist Nancy Callan. Thoughtfully created and meticulously executed, the shapes of Totem I, II and III are informed by Callan’s renowned sculpture work. “The construction is seemingly simple, like a child’s toy, but with highly crafted, fragile components,” says Adelman. Here, milky-toned glass pieces mingle with shiny brass, wood and porcelain, resulting in a vertical stack of disparate elements. The collection carries with it Adelman’s impeccable skill at flawless construction, but the most delightful and compelling element of Totem may be its blatant playfulness, an extension of the designer’s distinct style.

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719

DANIELS

LANE

SAGAPONACK N E W

Y O R K

Sagaponack Oceanfront Modern Style 4,300 SF+/Heated Pool Built in 2012 Sagaponack Ranked #2 Zip Code in the Country by Forbes

$19,850,000 Exclusive. WEB#25103

ZACHARY VICHINSKY

CODY VICHINSKY

Lic. Real Estate Broker

Lic. Real Estate Salesperson

C: 631.766.0945 O: 631.500.9030 zachary@bespokerealestate.com

C: 631.926.3948

O: 631.500.9030 cody@bespokerealestate.com

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