Tag Archives: DESIGN

DxV: Michaël Verheyden

Michael Verheyden at Work

By Regina Connell. Belgian designer Michaël Verheyden is truly one of my favorite designers: from his aesthetic to his ethos, he epitomizes the new luxury that’s happening around us, the quiet kind that the truly discriminating are craving and questing. … Continue reading

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DxV: Forest Dickey

By Regina Connell. A Martini. The Little Black Dress. A dry aged steak. Pretty much anything Hermes. These are classics that somehow always feel modern. They’re what we always come back to after ill-advised dalliances with things like Cosmopolitans, gypsy … Continue reading

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Jess Wainer: Sculptress of Light

How light can shape place

By Regina Connell. Making the rounds of design trade shows in the last year, I’ve seen a great deal of lighting. And most of it bored me silly. The big problem was the utter sameness of it: an endless riff on the Lindsay … Continue reading

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The Seductive Danger of the New, New Thing

What's the point?

By Regina Connell. I’ve long been an admirer of David Trubridge. At first it was just his designs. But then after we did our interview with him, I developed a whole new respect for his way of building a good business around … Continue reading

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