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Comfort Zone
By Helen Thompson | April 13, 2017

If there are two design concepts preordained to clash, they would be “modernist” and “cozy”—the oil and water of architecture. And yet, a San Antonio residence deftly sidesteps the incompatibility...

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The Goode Life
By Holly Crawford | April 13, 2017

Between the clean lines of the contemporary Highland Village home Lynn Goode shares with her husband, Harrison Williams, there is warmth and whimsy, comfort and color. There is heart and soul too, palpable throughout the 4,400-...

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What a Feeling
By Helen Thompson | April 13, 2017

For Dallas architect Svend Christian Fruit, great buildings can’t just rely on their looks. “They have to feel right too,” says the co-principal in the renowned architecture and interior design firm Bodron+Fruit...

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Fashion House
By Phebe Wahl | April 13, 2017

“We have always had an affinity for home design and love creating environments for ourselves, our friends and our clients,” says Mark Badgley of the newly debuted home collection...

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Patience of a Saint
By Andrea Mills | April 13, 2017

If you’ve been to Marrakech, you’ve undoubtedly visited the widely lauded and highly recommended Jardin Majorelle—the botanical garden and artist retreat ...

Michael Bruno

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The Curator
By Phebe Wahl | April 13, 2017

Turning his eye to the art market, 1stdibs founder Michael Bruno returns to the design industry with the launch of Art-Design-Carta, a private marketplace for art and design professionals....

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Cheeky Chic
By Lauren Swanson | April 13, 2017

Tell us about your latest collection.

I’m doing a lot that’s inspired by Josef Hoffmann and the Wiener Werkstätte design, so it’s sort of Austrian ’20s kind of minimalism and elementalism...

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Diary of a Perfectionist
By Jessica Elliott | April 13, 2017

f there were only one personality trait that best defines Swiss architect and designer Andre Staffelbach and his 50-year-old Dallas-based namesake design firm, it would be...

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A Tall Order
By Helen Thompson | April 13, 2017

Overlooking Horseshoe Bay, a house made of rock, glass and gray metal stretches down the face of a craggy hill and meets a two-story steel and limestone boathouse. The airy structure—with three boat bays, a screened porch, fishing dock, bar,...

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Fully Loaded
By Amanda Freidman Eberstein | February 1, 2017

 

 

 

 

 

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Best of Design: Out & About
By Nadia Dabbakeh, BeccA Hensley, Rhonda Reinhart and Helen Thompson | February 1, 2017

Best Antiques/Vintage Store
Jean-Marc Fray 
“I love the deep and rich...

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