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May 14, 2018

Thoroughly Modern Makers Riff on Art of the Ancient Americas

Pre-Columbian creations and techniques continue to inspire artists from Colombia to New York.

by Coco Romack
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These Lovers of Color Pay Close Attention to Paint

A group of color arbiters teaches us how to distinguish between iconic brands of paint, and not just by the amusing names of their pigments.

by Ted Loos
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Hollywood A-Listers Love Consort’s Signature ‘Undecorated’ Style

The L.A. design studio creates casual, creative spaces that are ready for their social-media close-up.

by Kerstin Czarra
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See What Results When Makers and Celebrities Team Up on Design

For Sight Unseen Field Studies, 13 unlikely duos partnered to created unexpected works.

by Fred A. Bernstein
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A Private Connecticut Garden Is Philip Trager’s Latest Obsession

The photographer, known for his elegant depictions of buildings and modern dancers, turns his lens on a sprawling green space.

by Fred A. Bernstein
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World’s Fair’s Fantastical Visions of Tomorrow Seen Today

For her Lost Utopias project, photographer Jade Doskow has traveled across North America and Europe to document the current state of futuristic architecture built for bygone world expos.

by Fred A. Bernstein
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Vincent Darré’s Daring and Fashionable French Interiors

The Parisian designer, and former creative director for major fashion houses, infuses his spaces with a Surrealist vibe.

by Ian Phillips
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Oscar Winner Jeremy Irons on His Irish Castle and Antiques Obsession

The actor's lifelong passion for design and collecting is reflected in his painstakingly renovated 15th-century home.

by Roslyn Sulcas | photos by Simon Upton
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Winold Reiss, an Unsung Decorator, Painter and Activist, Is Newly Appreciated

The German-born artist portrayed as his subjects Native Americans and notable figures of the Harlem Renaissance.

by Stephanie Murg
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