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On Top of the World
Architectural Digest, March 2006
(in German)
Retiro de paz
Vogue LatinoAmerico, March 2006
(in Spanish)
Second Generation
House & Garden, February 2006
When a design executive and his family bought the Manhattan house that architect Edward Durell Stone renovated for his own family in 1956, they updated it by looking into the building’s past.
Coming Full Circle
Interior Design, December 2005
After a second career with two big-name retailers, Joseph Lembo is working for himself again.
Comfort and Joy
House & Garden, November 2005
At their beautifully understated Long Island retreat, Dixon and Arriana Boardman delight in putting the emphasis on relaxation.
All Around the Town
House & Garden, October 2005
From their Manhattan duplex, John and Andrea Stark can see the city from every angle. And with the help of designer Jeffrey Bilhuber, the interior views are also stunning.

Written in Stone
House & Garden, September 2005
In the California hills above the Pacific, designer John Saladino refashions an Italianate villa as his dream house.

Quick Change Artists
House & Garden, September 2005
In a matter of months, Dutch designer Piet Boon transformed a vast New York apartment into a serene magnificently equipped oasis.

The Treasure Seeker
House & Garden, August 2005
With the keen nose of a master hunter, antiques dealer Amy Perlin finds the best and the rarest. In her two shops and her Hamptons hideaway, she mixes them with an artist's eye.
Among Friends
Auberge, Spring/Summer 2005
Staking a Claim in Napa.
Made in the Shade
House & Garden, July 2005
Guided by the temperate climate, and assisted by designer Jarrett hedborg, a Los Angeles couple turn a Spanish Colonial Revival house into a dappled showplace.
East Meets West
It started with Marilyn's Cleansing Oil
San Francisco Chronicle, May 2005
Tokyo. New York. San Francisco. Or more precisely: Omotesando. SoHo. Pacific Heights. All magnet neighborhoods for upscale retailers and style omnivores searching for the sharpest angle on the cutting edge, which at this moment means all things Japanese.
Pet Smarts
Boston Whaler, Spring 2005
Know how to ensure the safety of animals aboard your boat.
Only Connect
House & Garden, April 2005
By imaginatively and painstakingly combining several old structures, including a derelict barn, a couple create one superb Northamptonshire house.
Heart-Wrenching Encounters with Nature
San Francisco Chronicle Magazine, March 2005
Intrigued by bonsai? Plagued by a black thumb? Then investigate
suiseki, the Japanese art of representing natural phenomena such as mountains or the shoreline using a stone no longer than about 18 inches.

Modern History
House & Garden, March 2005
In a handsome federal house in rural Connecticut, Jeffrey Bilhuber keeps one foot in the 19th century and another in the present using colors and furnishings of the past in a contemporary way.

Prodigal Daughters
The Ritz-Carlton, Winter 2005
Forget about the age-old tradition in business of passing the torch to the eldest son: these talented women have taken over their family firm to great success.
California Speedway
2005 NASCAR Travel Planner
In Transit
Ford Foundation Report, Spring 2004
The big changes in Oakland’s Fruitvale district are a national model for turning around an inner-city neighborhood.

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