Architect William Georgis’ Fabulous Style
A couple of months ago, I had the great pleasure of interviewing NYC-based architect/designer William T. Georgis, who recently published his first monograph, Making It Fabulous: The Architecture and Designs of William T. Georgis. I asked Georgis, famous for his glamorous, edgy and often cheeky modern style, to pick out a few favorite photos from his new book.
COW_7 - Sight Unseen
"The cabinet refers both to a piece of furniture and the setting in which these curiosities are kept. This mahogany cabinet topped with a grinning human skull is devoted to naturaliae. In the background, a reproduction of The Derision of Christ, 1620, by Anthony Van Dyck (1599 – 1641) (Malplaquet House, London)." © Christine Fleurent
wonder world of Deyrolle
Cabinet of wonder is a perfect description for Deyrolle, the 180 years taxidermy shop located in the heart of Paris near the boulevard Saint Germain. The shop has been established since 1831 at the…
The Wunderkammer Society on Instagram: “An elegant example of a cabinet of curiosities. Even if this does not contain particularly rare or precious objects, it is the…”
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Editors’ Essentials :: Camille
Anyone else get a major thrill from figuratively peeking inside handbags, closets and desk drawers to see what other (preferably stylish & creative) people consider obsession-worthy? Thanks to my voyeuristic tendencies, we're launching an all-new series that does just that,...