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October 1, 2012
HOME & ARCHITECTURE Magazine

A husband-and-wife team is brightening up the sober Dutch design world. They take T on a video tour of their colorful home, which they describe as a living still life.

In rural France, the sculptor of whimsical objects finds a home for her urbane sensibilities.

Under the canopy of a tree, near a closet full of sweets, with the ghost of a famous painter, six authors on the spaces where they work.

By MONICA KHEMSUROV

The most exciting Nordic products available stateside aren’t sold at Ikea.

By JESS CHAMBERLAIN

A new collection from the Seattle-based interiors designer Trey Jones elevates simple terra cotta, copper and steel pots.

By RIMA SUQI

The midcentury Modernist furniture company, whose entire collection is available only at its Texas showroom, brings its designs to a gallery in the Windy City.

By LIESL SCHILLINGER

Perhaps lazy summer days simply conjure understatement, but suddenly fancy kitchens and the hyper-styled meals they produce feel overcooked.

By TOM DELAVAN

Designed by Damien Langlois-Meurinne, the Totem Floral was inspired by the fashion house’s classic Noé bag.

By STEVEN KURUTZ

The photographer Nicholas Maggio lives in sunny California but prefers a noir look out of the 1930s.

By ALEX WILLIAMS

Old technology, like outdated computers and video game consoles, doesn’t just fade away. For some, it is reborn as home décor and art.

The designer Brad Sherman’s specialty is creating cozy, functional offices for start-ups, using a little budget and a lot of resourcefulness.

By LUISE STAUSS

The graphic designers Justus Oehler and Uta Tjaden live in a 1928 Bauhaus-style villa in Berlin.

By GEMMA SIEFF

The D.154.2 chair is a manifestation of the Italian master’s twin ideals of harmony and joy.

By UMBERTO PASTI

The writer and horticulturist Umberto Pasti believes that to make a garden, you must abandon yourself not only to your surroundings, but to your deepest desires.

By AIMEE FARRELL

A section of Sir John Soane’s Museum will open to the public for the first time in 160 years along with an exhibition of new postcard artworks provided by the likes of Manolo Blahnik and Paul Smith.

By PENELOPE GREEN

In Pennsylvania, two men with 63 acres and a communal vision of utopia learn the hard way that not everyone follows the leader.

The annual designer showcase opens at the Arthur Sachs Mansion, with proceeds benefiting the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club, which turned 100 this year.

By ALEXANDRIA SYMONDS

The annual event, which tasks prominent decorators with creating dream spaces for a Manhattan home, turns 43 this year.

By RONDA KAYSEN

A whimsical mascot in the Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, neighborhood, known as Broken Angel, with eclectic, stacked rooftop additions is being converted to luxury condominiums.

By ALEXANDRA MARSHALL
By DAN SHAW

Michael A. Clinton, the president for marketing and publishing director of Hearst Magazines, lives in a Manhattan apartment filled with mementos of his travels.

By ROCKY CASALE

A newly renovated apartment in South London was designed using the best attributes of places where the owner had lived, including SoHo and Woodstock in New York.

The ceramists James Klein and David Reid live in Jackson Heights with their own and others’ works, vintage furniture and a few beloved unidentified objects.

Source: www.nytimes.com
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