Topics :: interior design

Koolhaas Unites Architecture, Design and Fashion

By Colleen Barry | Monday Apr 15, 2013
Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas creates 11 pieces of furniture for the U.S. industrial design house Knoll, shedding his "puritanical" attitude against architects designing objects.


By David Perry | Friday Mar 29, 2013
World travelers bring their global aesthetic to a quaint home store in the bustling Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood of New York City.

Oscar Green Room Pays Tribute to Cedric Gibbons

By Sandy Cohen | Monday Feb 18, 2013
Architectural Digest honors art director Cedric Gibbons with a green room for Hollywood’s elite at this year’s Academy Awards.

The Morgan Collection

By Matthew Wexler | Friday Feb 15, 2013
As New York Fashion Week comes to an end, it’s fitting to discover The Morgan Collection, created by a former ready-to-wear design director who took his passion for fashion and reinvented it into home textiles and furnishings.

Maple Glen Brings a New Design Aesthetic to the Berkshires

By Daniel Shaw | Tuesday Jan 22, 2013
Burning Man, eBay and a unique sense of style inspire Maple Glen, the latest property addition to the Red Lion Inn.

The Role of "Empathy" at St. Etienne Design Biennial

Saturday Dec 29, 2012
Created in 1998, the Biennale Internationale Design Saint-√Čtienne has established itself as a major design event for the professional and general public, on an international scale.

Dansk Collection Recalls Classic Danish Furniture

Monday Dec 24, 2012
Light, tactile and pleasant to the eye, Gloster’s Dansk line of outdoor furnishings strikes a familiar chord with its clean, tapering lines that hark back to a classic Danish furniture design for all seasons.

Denim Decor for the Home

Saturday Dec 15, 2012
Incorporating denim material and denim blues into interiors can be just as cozy and chic as those jeans you love so much and want to wear every single day of your life.

Philly’s Dazzling Jewelry Designers

By Meca McKinney | Monday Dec 10, 2012
Philadelphia is a treasure trove of independent jewelry designers waiting to be discovered -- by you. Before visiting the big retailers, consider the phenomenal artisans who may be found locally but have worldly ambitions.

Fit for a Queen: Redesign at London’s Park Lane Honors Queen Elizabeth II

Sunday Dec 9, 2012
The Royal Suite at the InterContinental London Park Lane has been redesigned with a timeless and elegant style inspired by Queen Elizabeth II.