For the paneled library of a client’s townhouse in downtown Manhattan, Sheila chose to use striped draperies in grey and red.
For this New York City Apartment, Maria chose to use Arizona wallpaper from British company Osborne & Little and added a series of Ghost chairs by the French designer Philippe Starck to counterbalance the drama of it.
Sheila was photographed by her Dad at a petting zoo in the Pocono when she was four years old. She was always happiest when surrounded by four-legged creatures.
A neon sculpture by Korean-American artist Christa Joo Hyun D’Angelo that Maria purchased at the preview of the 2012 Volta Art Fair in New York is displayed above a selection of her costume jewelry at her home.
A vintage postcard depicts the Terrace Room at Ohio State University, in Columbus, Ohio, which has been furnished with upholstered Model 72 chairs. The simple addition of white table linens conveyed a feeling of greater luxury.
The M(Group) Interactive Guide to Collecting, Decorating With, and Learning About, Wonderful and Unusual Things
by Carey Maloney
Carey’s partner, Hermes Mallea, utilizes a large Chinese table as his primary work surface. The painting gives him a view of an eighteenth century Korean garden—a window into a fantasy world.
Carbone Smolan Agency designed the new logo for the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, which features a beautifully stylized capital C for Chicago achieved by flipping the clef symbol and tweaking its shape.
A Landscape Architect's Innovative Gardens Offer Environments to Love and Delight
by Mario Nievera
In Florida, Mario designed the octagonal-shaped swimming pool and hillside fountains so that the scale of the water features would blend with the views of Lake Maitland.
In the living room of a house in Tokyo, Tino covered the walls with classic Japanese ricepaper panels and designed the carpet to resemble Noguri, a traditional carved wood.
Skinny Hamilton, left, and Noisy Crachini.