In addition to creating dreamy spaces, these top architects and decorators also design some seriously stunning home furnishings. Here are a few of our favorite pieces.
Paris-based Jonathan Liang is the creative director of both his namesake label and as of last year, also of Malaysian brand Dude and the Duchess. Calling the Malaysia-born a workaholic would certainly be an understatement.
I think it's important for me to remember that that's all that art is really meant to do -- to start a conversation. Fashion is a way for me to interpret thoughts and feelings that I can't quite express any other way.
In an era where people at restaurants peruse their smart phones instead of talking to that person sitting across from them (and detox solutions to screen addiction are a growing market), this zeitgeist is more than welcome.
Vance Burke has designed interiors for celebrities, philanthropists, influencers and fashion designers. I wanted to interview Burke for FINEPHILIA to hear more about his career and perspective.
Your morning shave comes complete with a sneak peek of the ski slopes and the sixth and seventh holes.
It's the time of year where many of us are itching for change. It can mean redecorating living spaces of all shapes, types and sizes. If that's the story in your world, now is the time to start thinking and planning for it.
You can count on the semi-annual Geneva auto show to bring out the most outrageous pieces of automotive design. In the heart of Europe, the show is a magnet for high-end manufacturers and well-heeled car enthusiasts looking for their next conspicuous ride.
he entire sound and video system can be operated by a projectionist or by Bay himself using a wireless Crestron system. Furthermore, the system is integrated with Bay's home editing suites and postproduction facilities to enable viewing of dailies and other material.
Electrical components, such as outlets, light switches and home-automation controls are something of a necessary evil--they interrupt expanses of perfect plaster and decorative wall treatments but are required for everyday functionality.
On one particularly cold morning, we arrive at an unassuming building in New York's garment district a bit rushed and anxious. Entering the brass doors, we approach an old man behind the front desk and ask for directions.
A few months ago we met Bethany Struble, a beautiful and talented blogger, photographer, singer, and mommy! When we saw her 5-year-old daughter Kylie, we immediately knew we wanted to have a Laurel & Wolf designer makeover her room!
Plants are a great way to add dimension and color to a space.
We all need a makeover now and then. Which brings us to GlamSquad, a fabulous salon in Los Angeles. Check out how Laurel and Wolf designer Lucinda Pace transformed their new space!
There is a lot of discussion around UI and UX. Countless times we'll see "UI/UX" written in job postings, mentioned in meetings, etc., as if they are interchangeable, or as if they are one and the same. But what does that even mean?
Though studies show design to be vital to startups - it probably only changes the probabilities for success by a dozen percentage points and although AirBnB and Fisker Automotive both leverage design sublimely, it still takes startup experience to succeed.