Silence, an exhibition at the Menil Collection curated by Toby Kamps (August 13 and 16, 2012)
When I cause a silence, say by turning off an appliance or music, and also when chance gives me one, as when I wander into a quiet street in a busy city, I get an immediate rush of nothing, after w…
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If These Walls Could Talk... - Chicago Design Blog | Material Girls | Chicago Interior Design
Upon entering this Manhattan apartment, decorated by Timothy Whealon, guests are greeted by a theatrical mural of flowering vines. Boy would they have a lot to say! Florence de Dampierre’s aptly named new book, “Walls” takes the reader on a pictorial tour of some of the most exquisite walls throughout history that you have ever …
Pattern makers: first look at Studio Job’s iconographic mosaics for Bisazza
Italian tile brand Bisazza is preparing for Salone del Mobile next month by giving us a sneak peek at their least collection, created by Dutch design duo Studio Job. Job Smeets and Nynke Tynagel’s new decorative mosaics are, true to style, decidedly contemporary, bold and, dare we say it, fun...
Passage to Kips Bay
The 43rd annual Kips Bay Decorator Show House, the largest fundraiser of the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club, is awash in influences from around the globe, including vibrant Eastern textiles, carved Brazilian furniture, enviable Scandinavian ceramics and more. See our favorite rooms here.
The King’s Apartments In John Nash’s scheme George IV’s suite was relocated from the upper floor to the ground floor. The move provided easy access for the king (who by now was overweight and suffering from gout) to his private and public rooms. These Apartments are in a more restrained decorati