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Ska chair from Argentine company Net

A Husband and Wife Duo Designing Beautiful Homewares in Rich South American Hardwoods

In our March issue, we explore how Argentine architects Nicolas Tovo and Teresa Sarmiento built a Buenos Aires home—filled with recycled materials—for themselves and their three young children. That thriftiness extends to Sarmiento, the toys and homewares business that Teresa founded: she uses wood leftover from NET, the furniture and design company where Nicolas works. Click through to see some of their products and learn more!
January 24, 2016
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The Fireplace Tools That Are Changing the Game

New to the American market and armed with a compelling story,
January 20, 2016
Facade of cabin in British Columbia.

A Retired Couple Transforms A Beloved Island Retreat into a Modern Dwelling

By building a modern property next to their traditional cabin, a couple starts fresh on familiar land.
January 19, 2016
Hedge Row bedroom

5 Smart Ways to Use Wood in Interiors

In these homes, warm wood is incorporated into the interior structure in surprising ways.
January 13, 2016
Timber-clad Australian beach home by OLA Studio

An Australian Beach Home with Stunning Ocean Views

Eco-friendly features like solar panels and rainwater catchments keep this retreat's environmental footprint small.
January 13, 2016
Open kitchen made of mahogany with a volcanic stone backsplash

7 Examples of Mahogany's Richness in Modern Homes

From cabinets to floors to ceilings, mahogany is an indulgent but beautiful material to use. As with any tropical hardwood, caveat emptor: make sure whatever mahogany you purchase is sustainably and legally harvested. Look for certification from organizations like the Forest Stewardship Council.
January 8, 2016
Facade and front yard with native plants of Los Angeles renovation by Montalba Architects.

A California Ranch Renovation Opens to the Outdoors

When a family relocated to Los Angeles, they tapped Montalba Architects to revitalize this 2,400-square-foot home with a simple, open, minimal style in mind.
January 7, 2016
Facade with Andersen Windows & Doors of Westchester renovation by Khanna Shultz.

A Renovation in New York City's Suburbs Stays True to Its Midcentury Roots with a Modern Upgrade

Select upgrades separate this 3,000-square-foot property from its past.
January 4, 2016
The gallery at Tortoise General Store

A Cute Mom-and-Pop Shop in L.A. Showcases the Latest Japanese Design

Tortoise General Store stocks a specialized inventory imported from Japan.
December 26, 2015
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