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Past articles by Hannah:

A Classic Alvar Aalto Design for Wellness That Still Inspires

Why Alvar Aalto’s seats for a 1930s tuberculosis sanatorium remain a reliable decorating remedy → Read More

Designer Mark D. Sikes Teams Up With Chaddock For New Furniture Collection

The all-American pieces are comfortable and inviting, with English, French, Asian, and some wicker mixed in → Read More

Why Designers Are Revisiting This Classic 1970s Sofa

Tobia and Afra Scarpa’s swinging-’70s Soriana seating makes a comeback → Read More

The Story Behind Donald Judd's Iconic Chair 84 Design

The artist turned wood planks into a simple seat that collectors still pine for → Read More

Inside the Restoration of a Midcentury House With the Most Insane Roof

The 1950s Palm Desert icon will be available for vacation rental this spring → Read More

Michael Shvo and Peter Marino Bring Les Lalanne to the Raleigh Gardens in Miami

The garden features 32 sculptures by the French duo amid a lush tableau → Read More

Discover Glass Artist Hanna Hansdotter's Otherworldly Creations

The Swedish artist's work involves blowing molten glass into industrial iron frameworks to create pieces that ooze and bulge through the grates → Read More

7 Trends Spotted at Toronto's Design Week

From Canadian timber to usable art, a handful of trends emerged during IDS Toronto and DesignTO → Read More

The Story Behind Eileen Gray's Iconic Transatlantique Design

Inspired by the simple seating of ocean liners, Eileen Gray devised an armchair that has transatlantic appeal → Read More

Apartamento’s Cofounder Curated a Show All About Comfort

Omar Sosa's exhibition at Friedman Benda takes a critical look at what we expect from our furniture → Read More

The Story Behind Eero Saarinen's Iconic Pedestal Table

Finnish-American architect Eero Saarinen had clear objectives when it came to furniture design: “It must be classic, in the sense of responding to an often recurring need.” One such need emerged in the mid-1950s, while he was designing dining furniture for Knoll. “I wanted to clear up the slum of legs,” he said, speaking of the unsatisfactory undercarriages he observed in the chairs and tables… → Read More

The Story Behind Dalí's Iconic Lips Sofas

How Mae West’s pout sparked a Surrealist sensation → Read More

Memphis Member Nathalie Du Pasquier Designs Two Statement Blankets for Hermès

Tapped by Hermès, Nathalie Du Pasquier designs two patchwork throws that pack some serious punch → Read More

Versace Puts a Chic Spin on This Classic Boho Chair

Italian fashion house Versace has transformed the ever-comfortable beanbag for its furniture line → Read More

Designer Bethan Laura Wood's Takes AD Inside Her Avant-Garde Approach to Color, Pattern, and Materiality

Color and pattern converge in the sensational world of British designer Bethan Laura Wood → Read More

Designer JJ Martin Dreams Up Bold New Bedding Designs for La DoubleJ

The pattern-happy fashion-and-home brand unveils a new colorful collection → Read More

Inside Ellen Van Dusen's Pattern-Happy Brooklyn Brownstone

The designer Ellen Van Dusen creates a Technicolor paradise from scratch → Read More

Loro Piana Unveils a Luxurious Update to Lake Como's Villa d'Este

The legendary hotel gets a plush makeover from the Italian cashmere company → Read More

The Story Behind the Iconic Fungo Lamp's Design

Inside the rebirth of Gabriella Crespi's fabulous mushroom-shaped lamp → Read More

The Story Behind the Iconic Butterfly Chair Design

How an icon of Latin American modernism became one of the most copied designs of the 20th century → Read More