Frank Gehry & Louis Vuitton

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Considered one of the most influential architects of our time, the world of Frank Gehry collides once again with the world of Louis Vuitton.  This time, he's asked to design the boutique windows for pieces from the fall/winter 2014-2015 ready-to-wear collection. Gehry created mast like wood structures that hold up aluminum "sails" that twist and swirl ...

TROY BEASLEY TO LEAD INSTITUTE OF CLASSICAL ARCHITECTURE AND ART, FLORIDA CHAPTER

Troy Beasley shakes up Florida Chapter as the first Interior Designer to lead the group Beasley & Henley Interior Design is pleased to announce the appointment of Design Principal Troy Beasley to the position of President for the Florida Chapter of the prestigious Institute of Classical Architecture and Art (ICAA). He has been involved with the celebrated group ...

New York Stairway to Heaven

Touting itself "New York's Next Architectural Icon" is Mercedes House, a residential complex in midtown NYC. The structure is a giant, twisting staircase rising into the skies, in which each of the 865 units gets a more-than-fair-share of sunlight. The 1.3 million square feet of New York stairway are in perfect view of the Hudson ...

Cappellini — Evolution of Contemporary Design

Cappellini—the Italian manufacturer known for assembling eclectic collections and seeking far-out design talent for its contemporary design—has opened the doors to its new showroom in Milan, a dreamy space in vivid yellow that’s bound to attract the notice of well-heeled shoppers from the adjacent retail corridor along Via Monte Napoleone. It is a bold statement in ...

Parisian Style in New York City

Charlotte Macaux Perelman brings Parisian flair to a New York penthouse. Funny that a firm founded by a Frenchwoman has completed a penthouse loft so quintessentially New York. Straight lines and long, linear spaces could feel stark, but the rustic textures and furniture arrangements add interest. What a beautiful design concept.       Photos by Eric Laignel.