A wave of restorations has surged through Manhattan’s historically rich buildings from the Roaring ’20s, and these newly revamped relics now house the city’s most desirable state-of-the-art penthouses.
Precise stitching, flawless crystal, unmarred animal skins, and perfectly dyed silks are just some of the hallmarks of Hermès’s uncompromising designs, which helped earn them a win in this year’s Best of the Best issue.
Known for its wall coverings inspired by such diverse influences as 20th-century architecture, bark, and skins, the Belgium-based manufacturer Arte launched four new and eclectic collections this spring.
As seen in the May/June 2014 issue of Robb Report Home & Style, St. Barts offers a range of expansive private homes to rent. However, for those who prefer the accommodations of a home but the amenities and services of a hotel, the following properties offer the best of both worlds.
In the dozen years since Oki Sato founded the Tokyo-based firm Nendo, he has been commissioned by a number of luxury brands—Armani, Boffi, and Cartier among them—seeking his Japanese minimalist aesthetic for their products.