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Home Interior Design: Southampton Beachside Luxury

Long, clean lines and minimalist furnishings like the wooden farm table in the eat-in kitchen and simple white stools at the granite countertops keep guests' attention focused on the real spectacle—the surrounding environment—where the crisp geometry of the interior is echoed in the unfussy planted lawn punctuated only by a wooden pier and outdoor cabana. read more
Wed, 06/26/13 AT 10:30AM
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Editor's Pick: Leica D-Lux 6 Edition Camera by G-Star Raw

In 1925, German camera company Leica transformed the way we view the world with industrial designer Oscar Barnack's revolutionary invention, the 35mm camera. This summer, they're collaborating with denim brand G-Star Raw on the latest product in small-format photography, the Leica D-Lux 6 Edition by G-Star Raw. read more
Wed, 06/19/13 AT 3:30PM
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4 Major NYC Architects Vie to Design the Penn Station of the Future

First, some context: This year, Madison Square Garden's 50-year permit—which has, until now, largely stood in the way of Penn adapting to the city's population increase—is set to expire, leaving the city council to determine whether the permit be renewed in perpetuity or simply extended. read more
Fri, 06/14/13 AT 10:30AM
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Interior Home Design: A Tokyo Micro House's Creative Use of Space

Sometimes the most brilliant solutions arise within the most rigid constraints. Occupying a mere 248 square feet, the elegant House T by Hiroyuki Shinozaki takes inspiration from a bookcase, with functional, shelflike living areas connected by open rectangles that create a feeling of expansiveness despite the cramped lot. read more
Wed, 06/12/13 AT 10:30AM
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Industrial Designer Tom Dixon on Creating a New Home-Accessories Line and His Adidas Travel Collection

Since establishing his eponymous studio in 2002, Tom Dixon has been constantly honing his vision for a distinctly British design sensibility. His products are now sold in more than 60 countries around the world;... read more
Tue, 06/11/13 AT 2:30PM
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Details Curates HIS STORY Collection at NYC Shop STORY

Visit NYC concept shop STORY once a month and you'll never see the same selection of items twice. That's because the innovative Chelsea store reinvents its space every 30 days with a brand new theme and new product selection, interior design, and in-store events to match. read more
Thu, 06/06/13 AT 6:00PM
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24 Best Home Furnishings from New York Design Week 2013

A renewed interest in traditional craft techniques dominated New York Design Week this year. Highly polished brass and copper hardware added some shine to furniture and lighting, and rough finishes proved that a nostalgic sense of Americana is here to stay—for the next year, at least. read more
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Home Interior Design: Architect Daniel Libeskind's Angular Weekend Getaway

Eighteen copper panels slice through an open Connecticut sky in Daniel Libeskind's 18.36.54 house. The deconstructivist weekend home is named for the 18 planes, 36 points and 54 lines spiraling around an open living plan. read more
Thu, 05/16/13 AT 4:00PM
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Home Interior Design: The Modern Transformation of an 18th-Century Carriage House

Major residential renovations often reveal surprising interior details, especially when the home is over 250 years old. Utrecht-based Zecc Architects was commissioned to transform a carriage house and the rear annex stables in Breukelen, the Netherlands—originally built in 1760—into a spacious residence. Historical elements were uncovered by stripping away previous work to return the beauty of the home's original infrastructure. read more
Wed, 05/08/13 AT 10:30AM
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Best in Show: Top 25 Picks From Salone Milan Design Week 2013

Primitive forms and an interest in handmade works dominated 2013's Milan Design Week. This year designers from around the world showcased objects that emphasize weighty yet simple geometries, with muted palettes and a heightened awareness of texture and materiality. Rough finishes, natural materials, and aged patinas highlighted the hand of the craftsman—even in pieces that are manufactured industrially. The austerity of form was balanced by bright colors and Byzantine patterning—adding a bit of fun to an otherwise conservative showing. read more
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