• Northern California House Inspired by Natural Surroundings

    Published as: INTO THE WOODS Architecture: Feldman Architecture Interior Design: Kendall Wilkinson Text: Erika Heet Photography: Paul Dyer It was not the house they were seeking. But when a couple in Northern California was well underway on another house with architect Jonathan Feldman, they found a modern American farmhouse on…

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  • High-Rise View Apartment at the Four Seasons Denver

    Published as: MILE HIGH STYLE Interior Design: Arianna Noppenberger Text: Erika Heet Photography: David Lauer For designer Arianna Noppenberger, the opportunity to rework a residence at the Four Seasons in Denver was a welcome change from her usual beachfront milieu, but with the comfort and familiarity longtime clients provide. Having…

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  • A Modern Home in São Paulo, Brazil

    Published as: Natural GEOMETRIES Architecture: Marcio Kogan Text: Michael Webb Photography: Fernando Guerra and Romulo Fialdini It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the experience of flying into São Paolo. A forest of high rises, seemingly as dense as those in the Amazonian jungle, rises from an urban sprawl that is…

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  • Richard Meier Light Debuts at Ralph Pucci

    Published as: Richard Meier Light BRILLIANT ALLIANCE Text: Heather Corcoran Photography: Scott Frances ”  Well,” Richard Meier says as he sinks into the cushions of a sofa in the middle of Ralph Pucci’s New York showroom one stormy Monday in March, “If you look around [the market], you don’t see…

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  • Jiun Ho designs for art collectors in San Francisco

    Published as: ARTFUL LIVING Interior Design: Jiun Ho Text: Lydia Lee Photography: Matthew Millman The first thing you notice after walking through the front door of this San Francisco residence is the guardian of the house—an almost seven-foot-tall figure of a fearsome Bamileke king from Cameroon. Once past him, you…

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  • An Artist’s Legendary Hamptons Getaway

    Published as: The Art of CONSERVATION Text: Heather Corcoran Photography: Steve Gross + Susan Daley In the quiet enclave of Springs, New York, the home of Pietro Nivola and Katherine Stahl paints a picture of the way the Hamptons used to be. It’s easy to imagine the 1754 cottage as…

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  • A Clean-Lined Modern Condo in Los Angeles

    Published as: Neutral TERRITORY Interior Design: Coryne Lovick Text: Ron Broadhurst Photography: Laura Hull It takes only a few minutes of conversation with interior designer Coryne Lovick to recognize that she and her client, the owner of a sprawling condominium in Pasadena, California, were sympathetic comrades in design, favoring palettes…

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  • Colorful and Contemporary in D.C.

    Published as: BOLD STROKES Interior Design: Raji RM & Associates Text: Jorge S. Arango Photography: Rikki Snyder A significant generational design shift continues apace in the nation’s capital. “We’re seeing an influx of younger and more diverse people moving back to D.C.,” says On Lu, the owner of a condo…

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  • A Los Angeles Family Design Legacy

    Published as: A. RUDIN DESIGN LEGACY   Text: Erika Heet Photography: Sam Frost Just south of downtown Los Angeles, in the industrial enclave of Vernon, dominated by defunct train tracks and block-long warehouses, stands a pristine factory like no other in design. It is here, in this sprawling, 120,000-square-foot building,…

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  • Rustic Modern Retreat in Northern California

    Published as: SECRET GARDEN    In Northern California’s wine country, close to Sonoma’s town square, is an 11-acre hillside haven covered in 250-year-old oak trees. “Once you come up the driveway and enter the courtyard surrounded by wide-canopied native trees, you’re in the middle of their secret garden,” says Jim Stafford,…

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