The Interior Design Issue
Bernhardt Design revives Charles Pollock’s long-dormant career with the release of a timeless new lounge chair.
Knockoff furnishings may be cheap, but for the design industry, they come with a heavy price.
Jamie Hayon takes us on a personal tour of his home in Valencia, Spain and shares some design tips along the way.
Two Los Angeles designers resuscitate a down-at-the-heel John Lautner building—and give architecture fans a chance to spend the night in a mid-century gem.
In southwest England, interior designer Kathryn Tyler built her home around her ever-expanding furniture collection.
A Hollywood bungalow reinvents the bachelor pad.
A couple takes a minimalist approach to their Brooklyn apartment, focusing on supple materials, subtle gradations of color, and custom finishes by local craftsmen.
Architect Pedro Gadanho brings a body of hypercolorful work and a curiosity for the world stage to his new position as MoMA’s curator for contemporary architecture.
Design enthusiast and Alvar Aalto expert Juhani Lemmetti has transitioned his love of vintage Finnish furniture into a thriving furniture shop in Helsinki.
Designer Barbara Hill applies her polished take on minimalism to a traditional 1920s abode in Atlanta for a transplanted Houston family.
In a Melbourne suburb, a family of four does just that.
British artist Maisie Broadhead elevates the nuisance of an unsightly lamp cord to over-the-mantel art with this clever bit of DIY design.
So you’ve thrown out the St. Pauli Girl sign, but how can you create an elegant masculine home without going space-age bachelor pad?