• Something Wild in Jackson Hole, Wyoming: a Modern Stone and Glass House

    Published as: Something WILD Architecture: Blaze Makoid Interior Design: Kelly Hohla Text: Zlata Kozul Naumovski Photography: Paul Dyer Nothing comes between Blaze Makoid’s clients’ home in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and the view. Makoid, principal of Blaze Makoid Architecture, oriented the couple’s contemporary abode toward Teton Range, upon which thrill seekers…

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  • A Musician’s Eclectic, Colorful House in Northern California

    Published as: GO BIG, GO BOLD Interior Design: Jeff Schlarb Text: Erika HeetPhotography: Aubrie Pick From designers to musicians, no one wants to be stuck in one genre. For Bay Area designer Jeff Schlarb, this concept informed the design of a getaway in Healdsburg—deep in Northern California’s idyllic wine country—for…

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  • A Top Designer Creates a Modern Beach Bungalow in Malibu

    As the quaint postwar bungalows that hug the shore along Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu age and crumble from exposure to the salty ocean air, they are replaced with new builds by some of the city’s most prominent architectural firms—some better befitting the area’s natural beauty than others. In the…

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  • Small Chic Manhattan Apartment by a Next-Gen Designer

    Published as: Next-GenSplendor Interior Design: Santopietro InteriorsText: Heather CorcoranPhotography: Jonathan BeckermanStyling: Robert Brown Imagine the architectural details that make up a classic New York City apartment: beamed ceiling, baseboards and molding, hardwood floors, views overlooking Fifth Avenue. Now, picture it through a new lens, in the perfect pairing of two…

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  • Jeff Andrews designs a contemporary family home in Beverly Hills

    Published as: ArtfulGlamour INTERIOR DESIGN: JEFF ANDREWSTEXT: CAROLYN HORWITZPHOTOGRAPHY: GREY CRAWFORD For all its sophistication, there’s a gentle subtlety to the work of Jeff Andrews. “I don’t like anything to pull too much of a focus,” the Los Angeles–based designer says of his strategy for interiors. “They feel beautiful, but…

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  • A Glass House in Scottsdale

      Published as: The Long View Architecture: DeBartolo architects Interior Design: Douglas Wittels Text: Heather Corcoran Photography: Bill Timmerman Every so often, a house is so tuned in to its surroundings that the interplay between nature and the built environment achieves something far greater than their sum. That special alchemy…

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  • Modern Jewel Box in Austin

     Published as: The Jewel Box Architecture: Mell Lawrence Interior Design: Form Design Studio Text: Erika Heet Photography: Nathan Kirkman   The twisting, powerful oaks drew the client to the site in Austin on which she would build a guest pavilion at home among the trees. Her design team, Joshua Rose and Rafael…

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  • Designer Lucinda Loya’s Eclectic House in Kentucky

    Published as: The Spirit of Kentucky Interior Design: Lucinda Loya Text: Carolyn Horwitz Photography: Julie Soefer   Lucinda Loya wasn’t planning a rigorous, high-end design when she purchased a home in Louisville, Kentucky. The Houston–based decorator—who had grown up nearby, over the state line in small-town Indiana—envisioned only an easy,…

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  • A Hollywood Actor’s Former Estate in Bel-Air

    Published as: If These Walls Could Talk Interior Design: Cari Berg Text: Erika Heet Photography: Karyn Millet   A portrait of the Mexican actress Linda Christian painted by Diego Rivera once hung against the pale-pink walls of the Spanish-style house in Bel-Air the subject shared with her husband, the Hollywood…

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  • Modern Art House in the Hamptons

    Published as: SHINE ON Architectural and Interior Design: Ka Design Group Text: Heather Corcoran Photography: Kim Sargent   The moment Andrew Petronio saw the Hamptons home of a new client, one thing was clear: It really needed to lighten up. The driveway pulled right up to a small porch, making…

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