What’s New In Art, Architecture, And Design
From art and jewelry, to wellness spaces, to bold colors, here’s what’s in vogue.
Highlights from this week’s top news stories on luxury and global real estate, art, collectibles, and home.
Shelter Island Town, New York | Lawrence Ingolia & Jonathan Smith of Sotheby’s International Realty – Southampton Brokerage
Unfortunately, you can’t live inside a Picasso. But you can nestle into a Frank Lloyd Wright or a Kengo Kuma. Homes designed by iconic architects are rare, and ownership is a luxury that few can afford.
7 Homes Designed by Major Architects Just Hit the Market | Architectural Digest
In Washington, D.C., a Penthouse at the Ritz-Carlton Asks $18 Million – The Wall Street Journal
A Lodge-like Home Along an Atlanta River – The Wall Street Journal
House Hunting in Estonia: A 19th Century Manor with Modern Style – The New York Times
A Modern Three-Level House in the Heart of the Hamptons – Mansion Global
So You Want to Buy a House in 2021? Here Are 6 Things to Know First – Apartment Therapy
Atop Moscow’s Federation Tower, a Three-Story Penthouse – Mansion Global
A 20-Acre Santa Barbara Estate – The Wall Street Journal
Nate Berkus-Renovated Townhouse Asks $3.2M in Chicago – Cottages & Gardens
$3.5 Million Homes in California – The New York Times
Semisonic’s Dan Wilson Aims for Closing Time in Sherman Oaks – The Los Angeles Times
Mike D is Cleaning Out the Family Attic – The New York Times
$2 Million for T-Shirts? How Supreme and Nike Cracked the Auction Market – The Wall Street Journal