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Architectural Digest is the definitive design magazine, traveling the world to report on the best in design to an audience of 5 million readers.
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Architectural Digest May 20
Frieze Sculpture showcases work of 14 artists at Rockefeller Plaza.
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Architectural Digest May 20
Los Angeles's Venice Beach may lose "Declaration," a sculpture by artist Mark di Suvero.
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Architectural Digest May 19
This Clinton Hill home is full of design choices made from observing dinner guests at their most comfortable.
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Architectural Digest May 19
Japan's Triennale takes place over 9 months, so plan accordingly.
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Architectural Digest May 19
S.I. Newhouse Jr.'s art collection is coming to Christie's this month.
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Architectural Digest May 18
“Moving here has certainly had a hand in developing my aesthetic.”
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Architectural Digest May 18
Rihanna's favorite contemporary artist has fabulous New York apartment and we're fans.
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Architectural Digest May 17
"It was disgusting." Until the AD100 designers of Fox-Nahem took on the project.
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Architectural Digest May 17
It's time you had stylish, built-in wine storage.
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Architectural Digest May 17
How about some chic design with your $1 slice?
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Architectural Digest May 16
She's the recipient of the Isamu Noguchi Award, but at 76, Rei Kawakubo isn't done yet.
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Architectural Digest May 16
Camp is alive and well at the Met Costume Institute exhibition.
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Architectural Digest May 16
Mark Rothko's old apartment has floor lacquered to preserve the paint droplets. It's also up for rent.
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Architectural Digest May 15
There's nothing wrong with a furniture splurge, particularly for a set of Tom Dixon chairs.
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Architectural Digest May 15
Have you ever wanted to know how Roy Lichtenstein worked his magic?
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Architectural Digest May 15
As usual, we could learn a lot from our inner child and the playgrounds it loves.
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Architectural Digest May 14
Fashion and interior design go hand in hand, especially if you're Lisa Perry.
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Architectural Digest May 14
Travertine is moving out from under your feet. And it looks great.
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Architectural Digest May 14
This new LGBT center in Los Angeles is bold both in look and in purpose.
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Architectural Digest May 14
NYC is a crossroads of eras, but nostalgia is what may help it evolve.
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