• FORM Design Studio creates a Santa Barbara Haven for Collectors

    Published as: ART DRIVEN Interior Architectureand Design: FORM Design StudioText: Erika HeetPhotography: Brittany Ambridge The project wasn’t a project yet when Joshua Rose and Rafael Kalichstein of FORM Design Studio were asked to give their opinion on what their friends, an art-collecting couple, might do to bring life to their…

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  • A Light-Filled House in Atlanta with Classical Gardens

    Published as: SOUTHERN COMFORT Architecture: Harrison DesignInterior Design: Tish MillsText: Carolyn HorwitzPhotography: Chris Little The way things have been going, it might be a good time to reconsider the keeping room. In colonial America, this area adjacent to the kitchen was where the family would gather to keep warm; these…

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  • An Indoor-Outdoor Retreat in Buenos Aires

    Published as: Natural Lines Architecture: Martín Gómez Text: Roberto Begnini Photography: Gianni Franchellucci Often the most alluring houses in Latin America are located far from the cities’ charming historic districts. This is especially true for Buenos Aires. Although the capital city boasts superb examples of Belle Époque architecture, the most…

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  • A Modern Barn Renovation in England

    Published as: Past Present Future Architecture: Gregory Phillips Text: Carolyn Horwitz Photography: Mel Yates It’s no surprise that the British architect Gregory Phillips counts Carlo Scarpa among his heroes. Like the midcentury Italian master who intertwined modern and ancient to reactivate the architectural language of Venice, Phillips has made a…

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  • Vicente Wolf designs a light and bright New York City apartment

    Published as: CITY LIFE Interior Design: Vicente Wolf Text: Miranda Agee Photography: Vicente Wolf Vicente Wolf is one of those prolific interior designers that relies on his intuition rather than algorithms to create a memorable space. He is known for a contemporary and elegant approach that continues to be riddled…

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  • A noted L.A. architect designs a contemporary L.A. house

      Published as: Make It POP Architecture and Interior Design: William Hefner Text: Abigail Stone Photography: Laura Hull and Richard Powers Seen from the road at night, with the light seeping through, the home seems to be a simple two-level structure. It’s only during the day that it begins to…

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  • A modern, green indoor-outdoor home in the Hamptons

    Published as: At One with NATURE Architecture: A+M+L Architecture Interior Design: Bradley Bayou Text: Jeff Turrentine Photography: Joshua McHugh Before Bradley Bayou began designing homes professionally about ten years ago, he enjoyed a successful career in the fashion industry: first as a high-end couturier, dressing the likes of Beyoncé, Anne…

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  • Designer James Magni renovates a southern California view home

    Published as: New Attitude Interior Design: Magni Kalman Design Text: Arianne Nardo Photography: Manolo Langis James Magni has been a revered designer for decades in Los Angeles, but it was his Midwestern roots that also intrigued this client. Anyone familiar with his book, Magni Modernism, might recognize the cover: a…

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  • Nautical Manhattan Beach House on the Strand

    Published as: SHIP SHAPE Architecture: Grant Kirkpatrick/KAA Design Interior Design: Douglas Durkin Text: Erika Heet Photography: Manolo Langis The highly coveted yet incredibly skinny lots along the Strand in Manhattan Beach, California, continue to push architects and builders to devise ways to fill that precious space in a balanced, meaningful…

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  • A design dream team mixes modern and traditional in Los Angeles

       Published as: DIVINE SYMMETRY Architecture: Richard Manion Interior Design: Kara Smith / SFA Text: Erika Heet Photography: Karyn Millet The old house in the Los Angeles neighborhood affectionately known by insiders as “Little Holmby” had been demo’d and new plans drawn by architect Richard Manion for a classic revival…

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