Barbara Sallick, the co-founder and senior vice president of design for Waterworks, talks about the appeal of in-stock surfaces! The New York City stores offer a broad assortment of surfaces, from ceramic tile and cement to stone and mosaics.
The Bunny Williams Home Showroom has opened in The Fine Arts Building!
Through December 20, the Brooklyn Academy of Music offers the Next Wave Festival, a veritable tsunami of the avant-garde with a line-up of adventurous performances.
Brooklyn-based artist Deborah Kass unveils her monumental 'OY/YO' Sculpture in Brooklyn Bridge Park. The bright yellow aluminum word work will be on display through August 2016.
The DeMarco occasional tables are hewn from two single blocks of marble. Available in various stones.
Madeline Weinrib's pillows incorporate hand-dyed silk, stitched suede piping, Belgian linen backing, and mother-of-pearl buttons.
Part of the Seguso Vetri d’Arte collection, the Angelo vase series reinterprets archival Seguso designs from the 1950s. Left to right: 11"H; 15 3/8"H; 8 1/4"H.
Kelly Wearstler's Melange Candlesticks are hand-carved of Nero Marquina and white Calcutta marble. 7.5"H.
SoHo's Tokyobike and online retailer Kaufmann Mercantile paired up to offer a curated collection of thoughtfully made goods just for the holidays! Visit Tokyobike now through December 31, 2015.
Serge Ramelli's 'New York', a black-and-white portrait of the Big Apple recently published by teNeues, captures the glorious highs, gritty lows, and exceptional transitions of the five boroughs through the lens of a romantic with a cinematic eye.
On site through December 13th, Isamu Noguchi at Brooklyn Botanic Garden celebrates the art of art in nature.
Rob Copley & Sean Robins recently opened Studio Van den Akker in the D&D Building. Architect Smith Stanley designed their space to showcase their American-crafted collection and the choice modern design artists they rep.
Toronto-based artist and architectural designer Vivian Reiss, turns a utilitarian office space into a vibrant, cheerful place to work.
Meg Roberts, Echo's Home Design Director, loves to entertain at home, and decided to share her tips for hosting a stylish and seamless Thanksgiving.
Read all about the Quechee, Vermont-based glass-blowing and home decor company Simon Pearce, and then enjoy a Q&A with James Murray, the VP of Product Development for the brand.
Robert Sonneman, a New York-based lighting designer and founder of lighting company SONNEMAN, answers our questions on LED lighting and the way of light for the future.