An office Crosby Studios designed for NGRS in Moscow.
The sprawling 16-acre Katsura Imperial Villa was commissioned in the 17th Century by a pair of father-son princes, and attributed to a cadre of craftsmen and consultants. Though its rich architectural language—a polychrome of woods, wallpapers, decorative plasterwork, and swooping roofs—is more resplendent than restrained, its geometric sensibility and modular construction easily aligned with the ideals of 20th-century modernists.
Hovering over the Libertine bar/restaurant in Casa Bonay is a massive lighting installation by Santa & Cole, Barcelona-based creators and editors who designed the industrial lighting throughout the space.
Retirement Never Looked Better and More Sustainable
A couple’s retirement home on a nature preserve in Carmel, California, emerges as a series of eco-conscious pavilions that rest...