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Architectural Digest November 2018

Architectural Digest is the world's foremost design authority, showcasing the work of top architects and interior decorators. It continues to set new benchmarks for how to live well—what to buy, what to see and do, where to travel, and who to watch on the fast-paced, multifaceted global design scene.

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on the cover

1. PHOTOGRAPHER DOUGLAS FRIEDMAN (WITH TRIPOD), STYLIST LAWREN HOWELL (NEXT TO FRIEDMAN AT RIGHT), AND THE REST OF THE SHOOT TEAM.2. MOSAIC TILE LINES THE STAIRCASE.3. THE COVER IMAGE SEEN ON THE GOOGLE PIXEL 3’S SCREEN.Alessandra Ambrosio and her children at home. “Angel in America,” page 106. Photography by Douglas Friedman. Interiors styling by Lawren Howell. Fashion styling by Chloe Bartoli. For details see Resources.Captured on a Google Pixel 3.(TOM DURANTE)Dear AD Community,A year ago, we partnered with nonprofit New Story to raise enough money for 100 new homes in Haiti. For a family in survival mode, a $6,500 home has the ability to transform lives for generations to come.We are nearly there! Thank you for giving so generously:GOLDEN KEY SPONSORS ($6,500+)APPARATUSAlexandra and Michael MisczynskiBunny WilliamsInterior DesignChristine and John Gachot…

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editor’s letter

1. A VIBRANT HALLWAY IN KEN FULK’S EPIC CABO SAN LUCAS PROJECT, CASA GRANDE.2. THE BROOKLYN KITCHEN OF COOKBOOK AUTHOR AND INTERIOR DESIGNER ATHENA CALDERONE.3. COVER GIRL ALESSANDRA AMBROSIO WELCOMES AD INTO HER 1920s SPANISH COLONIAL REVIVAL–STYLE HOUSE IN SANTA MONICA.4. BEHIND THE SCENES WITH PHOTOGRAPHER DOUGLAS FRIEDMAN, WHO SHOT OUR COVER ON A GOOGLE PIXEL 3.5. WITH ATHENA CALDERONE IN NYC.“What the owners dreamed of was far from a simple beach house; they wanted to create a truly remarkable destination.”—Ken FulkMission accomplished! If you fancy a vicarious vacation thrill, feast your eyes on Casa Grande, Fulk’s bright-pink Cabo San Lucas tour de force featured this month. The effervescent, San Francisco–based Fulk is a quadruple threat—visionary interior designer, renowned party planner, innovative flower arranger, and also a natural writer, as…

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good egg

1. A VELVET-COVERED EGG IN EMMA JANE PILKINGTON’S NEW YORK CITY APARTMENT.2. JAY MCINERNEY AND ANNE HEARST’S LEATHER-UPHOLSTERED EGG.3. ARNE JACOBSEN IN HIS CREATION.4. AN ANNIVERSARYEDITION EGG IN RAW LEATHER AND GOLD.5. THE SAS ROYAL HOTEL STILL MAINTAINS ONE ROOM IN ITS ORIGINAL CONDITION.When Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) enlisted Arne Jacobsen to design downtown Copenhagen’s Royal Hotel in the mid-1950s, the Danish architect took a holistic approach: Absolutely everything—from the silver cutlery in the restaurant to the shuttle bus to the airport—would be his creation. One of the most iconic inventions to emerge from the five-star-hotel commission? An elliptical upholstered chair called Ægget, or, as we know it, the Egg.Using polyurethane foam, Jacobsen sculpted an unusual, cocoon-like shape that allowed jet-setting guests to swivel and recline. Since the foam was…

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one to watch

1. A TABLE SET WITH FAMILY SILVER, CHINA, AND CRYSTAL, JUXTAPOSED WITH IKEA CHAIRS.2. FOOD DOUBLES AS A CENTERPIECE INDOORS, AND THE CHANDELIER WEARS A HOMEMADE BAY-LEAF GARLAND.3. A NAIL-STUDDED DOOR IS INSPIRED BY ONES TYPICAL OF AUSTRIAN CASTLES. (1.–3. ESI SEILERN ASPANG)When Marie-Caroline Willms and Alejandro Gamazo Hohenlohe moved to his mother’s finca near Marbella, Spain, six years ago, it was encircled in thorny bushes so overgrown “even the dogs wouldn’t venture into them,” Willms says. Today the restored estate is home to the couple, their two daughters (Flavia, 6, and Milana, 2), and a supporting cast of animals, from four donkeys to those nine wary dogs. To the couple’s happy surprise, they unearthed centuries-old olive groves, which now produce an organic extra-virgin oil from varieties of trees so…

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green river project

1. GREEN RIVER PROJECT’S ONE-PINEBOARD CHAIR.2. BEN BLOOMSTEIN (LEFT) AND AARON AUJLA IN THEIR EAST VILLAGE SPACE.3. LACQUERED-BAMBOO CLUB CHAIR.4. PAINTED OAK–AND–BAMBOO END TABLE.5. AFRICAN MAHOGANY STOOL. (PRODUCTS: ANDREW JACOBS/COURTESY OF GREEN RIVER PROJECT)I wonder if we can make a chair out of just this board?” That was the simple prompt that inspired sculptor Ben Bloomstein and painter Aaron Aujla—at the time assistants to Robert Gober and Nate Lowman, respectively—to consider a new creative calling: seating. Cut and assembled into an angular armchair that evoked Donald Judd’s experiments in functionality, the 12-foot piece of pine did, in fact, yield a rather striking perch. “We’re taking a fine-art practice and saying, ‘How can we make it usable?’” explains Aujla of their new approach, which the duo turned into a full-time gig…