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MILIEU

MILIEU

Spring 2020

In MILIEU, every story captures the look and feel, the mood and character, the style of a place - its milieu. The milieu that defines a great house or garden, the unique character of a design professional, the message conveyed in a thoughtful essay about home life, the creative strategies for accomplishing the look you want for your home - these are the elements of our magazine.

País:
United States
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Pierce Publishing
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2 min.
editor’s say

One of the great gifts in life is work. Moreover, when that work really speaks to your innate talents, the results are especially pronounced. Not only will you be satisfied with your work, but so will everyone who experiences it. Every interior designer, furniture maker, industrial designer, curator, architect, and artist we feature in our pages has a recognized talent. I do think that the best form of leisure is to do the work you love. MILIEU celebrates the creativity. When we first saw, for instance, the beautiful watercolor paintings of houses by Michael Imber, a prolific San Antonio architect, we wanted to highlight them in our pages. Cris Briger, who runs a successful antiques gallery in Florida, has an uncanny eye for finding new treasures wherever she goes, particularly in the…

1 min.
milieu magazine

FOUNDER & EDITOR-IN-CHIEF PAMELA PIERCE EDITOR-AT-LARGE Shannon Bowers EXECUTIVE EDITOR David Masello ART DIRECTOR James Slate DESIGN DIRECTOR Leslie Newsom Rascoe SENIOR MARKET EDITOR Lauren Crane Alarcon STYLE AND MARKET EDITOR Lucy Bamman EUROPEAN STYLE EDITOR Katrin Cargill COPY EDITOR Roger Harris ASSISTANT TO THE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Saray Fragoso DIGITAL IMAGING SPECIALIST Allen S. Ransom EDITORIAL OFFICES 2422 Bartlett Street, Suite 5 Houston, Texas 77098 713 521 0331 CONTRIBUTING EDITORS Rebecca Gardner Jean Brooks Holly Muhl Harry Greiner Mary Jane Ryburn EUROPEAN CONTRIBUTING EDITORS Nicky Haslam Jean Bond Rafferty Patricia Ketelsen Greet Lefèvre Loreto López-Quesada CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS Miguel Flores-Vianna Peter Vitale Chris Little Shade Degges Laura Resen Jan Baldwin Alastair Hendy Paul Takeuchi Joachim Mantel Jessica Lewis Peyton Hoge PUBLISHER MEGAN MEGAS PUBLISHING CONSULTANT Jim Lewis DIRECTOR OF ADVERTISING & MARKETING Brooke Stuckey SALES DIRECTOR Jamé Fowler ACCOUNT MANAGER Kimberly Crawford SOCIAL MEDIA DIRECTOR Avery Bowers…

1 min.
from the desk of…

2 min.
featured designers

Pam Sessions Pam Sessions is co-owner and president of Hedgewood Homes in Atlanta. Her company develops neighborhoods, designs and builds new houses, and manages upscale furnished rental homes. Sessions received her BFA degree from the University of Georgia. Upon graduation, she studied photography with Ansel Adams and Dave Bohn. Her company is a full-service design-build company that provides architecture and interior design, as well as land planning and landscape design. Cris Briger When Cris Briger opened her antiques business, Casa Gusto, in West Palm Beach, Florida, she was intent on stocking it with antiques, objects, and artworks that are immediately “provocative.” Her space is filled with goods old and new, most of which are purchased on Briger’s regular buying trips to Europe. She also heads her own namesake full-service design firm, which includes…

1 min.
sow, reap, repeat

Ideas grow not unlike flowers. Bridget Elworthy and Henrietta Courtauld were like two seedlings, eager to create something other than law briefs and tortes. Prior to founding their Oxfordshire-based company, The Land Gardeners, in 2012, the two met while picking up their respective children from nursery school. They admit in The Land Gardeners: Cut Flowers (Thames & Hudson; $60) to a preference for “talking plants to avoid talking play dates.” Apart from their work as lawyers and mothers, they discovered a mutual passion for cut flowers. Elworthy and her family had moved into a magnificent Jacobean house, Wardington Manor, whose legacy included cutting gardens from which London society often procured flowers. But those grounds had lain dormant for decades. The women decided to restore those planting fields, while also entering…

2 min.
masterworks