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Designers Feted in D.C.

Laura Bush welcomed winners of this year¿s Cooper-Hewitt National Design Awards to the White House on Monday.

Prize Architects Jam in London

While many Americans will be firing up their Fourth of July barbecues, scores of Londoners will be eyeing architectural replicas made of jelly.

Let There Be Light

Much could be drawn from artistic-looking lamps made from recyclable water bottles, but Berlin-based designer Johanna Keimeyer just wants to shed a little...

On the Drawing Board

For many, Murray Moss is the godfather of undiscovered design talent, always fishing around for the next big thing.

Home on the Grange

"What is this?" asks Jacques Grange in French, frowning at an amorphously shaped vase the marketing team of the Mark Hotel has placed in a model apartment,...

Rucci Among Design Winners

Ralph Rucci, Pentagram's Michael Bierut, architect Tom Kundig, longtime Sears Roebuck designer Charles Harrison and Google will be among the recipients of...

Armani Unveils Hotel Designs

Giorgio Armani and Emaar Properties have provided a preview of what the first Armani hotel will look like.

Vincent Darre Gets Personal With Foray Into Furniture

Whimsical and macabre at once, Vincent Darré's grand Left Bank apartment is decorated with skulls, vintage medical equipment and 3-D anatomy charts, set...

'China Design Now' Offers Cultural Overview

In the lead up to and under the pretext of this summer's Beijing Olympic Games, China-themed events are proliferating around the globe.

Brighter Shade of Green

Suddenly it's more about green than ever-from fashion to cars, food to skin care.

Beijing's Drama Builds

Some of the world's hottest architects are setting the stage for the summer Olympic Games.

King of the Hill

Jean-Marie Massaud redefines architecture from the ground up.

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