Monthly Archives: December 2014

Holiday Entertaining Magic!

Entertaining friends and family over during the holidays can be a joyful experience. Bringing a large evergreen tree inside, covering it with a bazillion lights and filling it with ornaments, helps to transform a home into a magical setting for … Continue reading

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Welcoming Winter!

  Find some light on this Winter Solstice!  

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Best Wishes!

. Wishing you happy holidays! .  . .

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8 Outstanding Design Books – Holiday Gift Ideas

I LOVE books, especially inspiring books on design and design history! And I love to give books to friends, clients, family and my staff in the holiday season. My own library was started in earnest over 30 years ago – … Continue reading

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Behind the Scenes: Manhattan Dining Room

In this large apartment in New York City, a large round table was selected for its ‘democracy’ (i.e. no heads of the table), and for how it compliments the nearly square shape of the room. The 72″ diameter inlaid Pearwood … Continue reading

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#TBT – Michael Kors – Seventh on Sale – 1990

SEVENTH on SALE  1990 I designed this temporary Michael Kors booth for the first ‘Seventh on Sale’, an initiative  to raise money for HIV and AIDS created by VOGUE and the CFDA (Council of Fashion Designers of America). The large … Continue reading

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Michael Kors’ New York Apartment in Remodelista

Over the weekend Remodelista published a post about the penthouse I designed for Michael Kors and his husband Lance Lepere – with 9 additional pictures of the austere black and white apartment decorated in keeping with Kors’ aesthetic, with iconic … Continue reading

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