Winter 2022

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United States
10 期号


welcome to the issue

I DON’T KNOW ABOUT you, but my conversations with family and friends about the end of 2021 and the beginning of a new year have taken on an air of the surreal. Have we actually made it to this point? Already? Among those of us (like me) for whom March 2020 feels as if it were yesterday, rounding the corner into 2022 seems unthinkable. And yet as someone who loves interiors, I feel there’s so much to look forward to as winter descends on the Northern Hemisphere: slowing down, cozying up, and reconnecting with loved ones off-screen, in the real world. For our Winter 2022 Escapes Issue, we’re celebrating all those things and more—hot new hotels and restaurants; audacious, beautiful, and downright weird host gifts; and bold jewelry for soiree—and…

the art of giving

Rock your world with a soup tureen by Danish design duo Pettersen & Hein—the Flintstones-chic exterior is actually textured concrete. 14.5• dia. X 12• h.; $3,100. thefutureperfect.com London-based Richard Brendon tapped master glassblower Simon Moore for the London 1650 collection, inspired by antique glassware from its namesake year. 7• dia. X 10• h. and 3• dia. X 4• h.; $595 and $145. richardbrendon.com Add craftsmanship to the table with this woven-palm El Cocuy mini bread basket, handmade by Colombian artisans for the fashion designer Johanna Ortiz. $275 for a set of four. modaoperandi.com Danish designer Ida Elke Kallehave uses beeswax, silver, and natural fibers for her newest Dual Hide IV objets for the Future Perfect. 4.5• w. X 5.5• d. X 9• h.; $2,800 for a set of two. thefutureperfect.com With discarded pottery as…

welcome to miami

For Art Basel this year, Ralph Pucci commissioned ten 17-foot murals for the exterior of his showroom by artist Rebecca Moses to tease her latest show, Bubblegum, Lipstick, and Hope, a bright exhibition of 200 portraits of women. The photographer Juan Pablo Castro’s newest series, black-and-white images inspired by Helmut Newton, will also be on view. On the home front, Pucci commissioned Stefan Bishop to continue his exploration into organic forms and materiality with new sculptural pieces like the Orka No. 12 side table (at right). 30• w. X 24• d. X 20.5• h.; $26,400. ralphpucci.com…

drinking game

1. Serving Cart by Bodil Kjaer CHRISTINE GACHOT: This is epic! It would fit seamlessly into any residential project. ELLIOTT BARNES: I could see this in the executive suites of Lever House. 31.5• w. X 20.5• d. X 28.5• h.; $4,145. cassina.com 2. Route Black by Enrico Pellizzoni EB: I like the mixture of metal and natural fibers in this 1970sinspired cart. CG: Love the caning. That timeless material with a contemporary silhouette is a pleasant contrast. 31.5• w. X 20.5• d. X 28.5• h.; $2,980. artemest.com 3. Barboy by Verner Panton CG: A little space-age fun could be a great pop in a more austere space. EB: I’m envisioning Jacques Tati pushing this through the Arpel house in an outtake of Mon Oncle. 15• dia. X 28.5• h.; $1,140. verpan.com 4. Diligence by Hermès EB: The buggy-style wheels really tie this piece…

are you being served?

FOR THE DESIGNERS STEVEN Johanknecht and Roman Alonso of Commune, Fanny’s, the all-day restaurant at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles, is the kind of communal space we need now. Within what was formerly the landmarked May Company department store, completed in 1939, the museum was respectfully renovated by architects Renzo Piano and the late Osvaldo Maiozzi into a raw, deconstructed campus. Yet the brief from Fanny’s managing partners, Bill Chait and Carl Schuster, demanded comfort, luxury, and a throwback interior that also looks optimistically forward, marrying glamour and industry in a way that befits its clientele. To achieve this in the restaurant, located as it is off the museum’s main lobby, Commune hewed to a color palette dictated by Piano and Maiozzi’s designs for the building’s more industrial…

global entry

“Consideration of views was central to the design.”–PETER MARINO ON CHEVAL BLANC PARIS • Stay at Cheval Blanc Paris, in the French capital’s recently restored La Samaritaine complex. Its 72 rooms, four restaurants, and Dior-branded spa feature interior design by Peter Marino. chevalblanc.com • Stateside, revelers can pop by the Gachot Studios–designed bar at Pendry Manhattan West, anchored by Nancy Lorenz’s stunning gold leaf, lacquer, and pearl inlay artwork. pendry.com • Fancy a getaway that’s a bit more old-fashioned? Climb aboard the Cygnus carriage, designed by filmmaker Wes Anderson for Belmond’s British Pullman train. Marquetry, silver leaf, and a swan-shaped cooler—oh, my! This carriage marriage is, as expected, a feast for the eyes. belmond.com • Weary travelers who’d prefer to bring hotel living home need look no further than B.B. for Reschio, a line…