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Insight: Fred Gemmell

Insight: Fred Gemmell




Fred Gemmell went from submarine engineer to furniture maker to builder to designer, all because of an unquenchable artistic streak. “I needed a creative outlet when I was studying...

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Insight: Brian Faherty

Insight: Brian Faherty
Past meets present in the lighting and lifestyle collection of Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co., where an Edison bulb gets electrified and an IBM clock gets refaced with hand-blown glass....

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Fine Lines: A Crisp, Glamorous Houston Home

Fine Lines: A Crisp, Glamorous Houston Home
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Sophisticated. Well-mannered. Youthful. Serene. The words Reagan Miller uses to describe the architectural style of Holly and Jeremy Taylor’s River Oaks home also...

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Texas Traditional Meets Contemporary Lines

Texas Traditional Meets Contemporary Lines
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The homeowners wanted a more contemporary house but not necessarily an extremely modern one,” says architect David Stocker of the transitional-style abode he designed for...

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Insight: Vivian Carbonell

Insight: Vivian Carbonell
Design becomes art in the hands of Vivian Carbonell, who sculpts lighting and furniture from her namesake studio in Miami. Made from wood, cast bronze, brass and steel, her pieces capture the art of...

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Insight: Cristina Azario

Insight: Cristina Azario
The best advice Cristina Azario ever received had nothing to do with textiles. Her former boss, Donna Karan, used to say, “I like pizza and I like caviar,” but the message translated...

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Best In Show: Lisa Russell Fine Art

Best In Show: Lisa Russell Fine Art
"For every new artist I work with, I ask myself, ‘Could their art hang next to a Picasso?’ That answer must always be yes,” says Lisa Russell, owner of the Russell Collection Fine...

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Insight: Liz Quan

Insight: Liz Quan




“The thing about working with your hands is that you go into a space that’s uninhibited, intuitive and timeless,” explains ceramic artist Liz Quan. It’s a far cry, she...

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