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ART MAKES THE ROOM
GOOD TO GLOW • The best new lighting celebrates form, function, and the fantastic.
OEUVRE THE TOP • Jack Shainman Gallery director Joeonna Bellorado-Samuels and designer Leyden Lewis offer their takes on avant-garde home products designed by fine artists.
LET THEM ALL TALK • Two New York City galleries put art and design in conversation. We’re listening.
SAFETY NOT GUARANTEED • How one art collector learned to stop worrying and love the chaos.
WHERE TO BEGIN? • One couple’s modest proposal blossoms into an artful interior by Billy Cotton.
MINA STONE • The author, chef, and proprietor of Mina’s, the café at MoMA PS1, relishes a good bodega run, collaborating with artists, and these eight essentials.
ORBITAL CYCLES • A bold new collection fetes a luxury house’s design ingenuity—and love of the cosmos.
CURTAINS UP • A French fabric atelier opens a dramaladen New York City showroom inspired by the artist Pierre Le-Tan.
DREAM WEAVER • Diedrick Brackens marries the magical and the mundane in his art.
GOOD ON PAPER • Boldness and whimsy are making their long overdue comeback in the home. Are your walls ready for the revolution?
PRINT’S NOT DEAD • Bring any room in your home instantly to life with these eye-popping new wallcoverings.
CENTER STAGE • Janus et Cie’s distinctive outdoor collections prove the enduring appeal of great performance.
THE ART ISSUE • Go ahead: Put these inspired interiors on a pedestal. Plus, new takes on craft by five rising stars of American design.
HER ROMAN EMPIRE • In her apartment near the Piazza Navona, the art scholar Carolina Vincenti has created a timeless setting filled with her love of culture, beauty, and history.
CURVE YOUR ENTHUSIASM • With sinuous surfaces, painterly marbles, and statement-making art, designer Nicole Hollis transforms a San Francisco landmark into a family home that’s a star turn of creative ambition.
OUTSIDE THE BOX • When gallery owner Alex Logsdail moved into a Hamptons house with an art-world pedigree, he turned its landscape by Edwina von Gal into a striking showcase for the work he sells.
A CLASSIC TWO • Designer William Cullum makes an outsize impression in his Greenwich Village studio apartment, where a pair of rooms feels like a palace.
MAKE IT WORK! • These five rising stars in American design are bringing traditional craft techniques firmly into the 21st century.
HEART OF GLASS • Designer Rodney Lawrence makes an extremely rare and dramatic Tiffany window the centerpiece of a jewelbox home on the South Florida coast.
BUILT TO LAST • In the San Francisco Bay Area, a classic 1970s Eichler house shows its staying power when a clever remodel sets the stage for its owners: a passionate collector and her lively young family.
RESOURCES • Items pictured but not listed are from private collections.
LOOKING GLASS • For our new column, architect Stephanie Goto reflects on a space that left an indelible impression on her: artist and set designer Es Devlin’s Forest of Us installation in Miami.