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In preparation for the arrival of our newest container from Europe, Jean-Marc Fray Antiques is offering exclusive, limited-time-only sale pricing on some of our finest antique and vintage pieces! Peruse through some of the most beautiful spaces, and find the item to take your home...

Known for opulence, glamour, and boundary-pushing style, Paris Couture Fashion week is always a stunning event. From July 1 to the 5th, Paris Haute Couture was alive throughout the city of lights. From fantasy-inducing frothy ballgowns to old-school Hollywood inspired looks, the runways were filled...

As the "world's first free-form high-rise exoskeleton," the Morpheus Hotel in Macau is a stunning geometric marvel, featuring unique sculpted curves and voids carved from the center of the building. Unlike the many other buildings in the area, the Morpheus makes no reference to existing...

Beginning in 2008, the World Design Organization has selected a new World Design Capital every two years, which recognizes a city for their effective use of design to drive economic, social, cultural, and environmental development.  This year Mexico City is officially the sixth World Design Capital, and it...

Nestled beside the Colorado River and Mayfield Park and Nature Preserve, just minutes from downtown Austin, you will find the 14-acre site of Laguna Gloria. As part of The Contemporary Austin, Laguna Gloria offers a unique experience, including events, community programs, a sculpture garden featuring...

Just in time for summer, New York Botanical Garden has opened their newest exhibition, Georgia O'Keeffe: Visions of Hawaii, which features 17 paintings by O'Keeffe from her visit to Hawaii in 1939. The traditional installation is enriched by the surrounding greenhouses, which have been arranged by landscape architects to include the types...

Southern California was the epicenter of mid-century glamor as industrial and cultural growth flourished. Architects flocked to the area and created some of the most iconic mid-century homes and buildings. After opening his studio in 1950, Marvin Rand and his camera captured the city’s ever...

French designer Pierre Cardin is known for his ultra-mod "Space Age Futurism" fashion and furniture designs in the 1950's and 60's, but his home at the Bubble Palace takes this look to another level. Designed by Hungarian architect Antti Lovag, Bubble Palace has no right angles-- the...