The folks at the eminent New York gallery have responded to the challenge of the coronavirus much like the Florentines in The Decameron did to the Black Plague: by telling stories
The zigzag angles, the break in the line of a chair leg, or the dark stained wood immediately attract your attention to Czech cubist furniture.
The town of Grafton, in east central Massachusetts, effectively encapsulates the history of New England.
Teviotdale has fascinating historic roots, but there have been numerous practical challenges to maintaining the house over the years.
On a blustery March day in 1813, James DeWolf pored over the ledgers in his counting house in Bristol, Rhode Island.
Between 1929 and 1931, starting when he was just nineteen, Saarinen designed some thirty-five pieces of furniture for Kingswood
From 1901 to 1906, a small furniture shop in Rose Valley, Pennsylvania, produced a trickle of pieces that looked back, looked forward, and yet were entirely of their time.
Yale’s American Furniture Study Center moves to a new home in a former Bayer laboratory.
“Every part [is] mathematically related to every other part, and visual complexity accumulates step-by-step.”
A nineteenth-century manse in Delaware is getting up to speed with the twenty-first century