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The Obsidian Virtual Concept House is officially here. Designed by 23 members of Black Artists + Designers Guild (@badguild), Obsidian is a futuristic dwelling situated (virtually) in Oakland, California, in the year 2025. The creators behind Obsidian—architects, furniture makers, fine artists, textile designers, and more— collaborated to create an immersive portrait of a dwelling for a Black family, founded on the four principles of innovation, technology, sustainability, and futurism. #ObsidianByBADG takes a holistic approach to wellness—and to living well. Swipe through for a look inside, and read more on the project—which will be open for exploration throughout February—at the link in our bio. 

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Working from home got you down? Get lost in the maximalist Beverly Hills manse of Too Faced founders @jerrodblandino and Jeremy Johnson, designed by Mary McDonald (@marymcdonaldinc). In Johnson’s office, bold teal hues bring a new look to an old-world library. The desk chair is by @desousahughes, and the pair of @henge07 chairs is from @massbeverly. The 1960s desk lamp is by Jacques Adnet, the chandelier is by @luccaantiques, and the rug is a Mary McDonald for @pattersonflynnmartin design in Empire Stripe. Click the link in bio for the full tour, as seen in our March 2019 issue. Written by @vwlawrence, photographed by @douglasfriedman.

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Like most traditional Greek dwellings, this home designed by Andrew Sheinman of Pembrooke & Ives (@pembrookeandives) is configured to draw guests outdoors. A series of sundecks and terraces fan out organically from the structure, leading out to views that overlook the Aegean Sea. In a guest bedroom, the blankets are by @andriannashamaris, and the curtains are of a custom fabric edged with pom-poms. Click the link in our bio for more. Written by @zabranowicz, produced by @mieketenhave, photographed by @ricardolabougle for ELLE Decor's July/August 2018 issue.

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As @sezane founder Morgane Sezalory (@morganesezalory) searched for an oasis in pink and green to call home, her dream came true when she discovered this 1,883-square-foot apartment in a beautiful 18th-century building in Paris, in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés. The home, which was featured in @inesdelafressangeofficial’s 2018 “Maison: Parisian Chic at Home,” is straight out of a movie. In the living room, Sezalory knocked down the top half of a wall to create an expanse of glass, which opens up striking new perspectives and brings life and light to the interior. Click the link in our bio for the full story, which we’ve pulled from the ELLE Decor archive. Written by @moniquevaleris and photographed by @claire_cocano for Maison: Parisian Chic at Home (@flammarionlivres).

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New York–based interior designer Steven Gambrel (@stevengambrel) was tapped by his good friends Alex and Sue Glasscock (owners of @theranchmalibu) to redesign their 150-acre property, originally owned by the movie star William Boyd, overlooking the Pacific Ocean in California’s Santa Monica Mountains. In the kitchen, custom stools with cushions in a @dualoyleather pull up to an island topped with French limestone; the industrial pendants are vintage. Click the link in bio for the full tour as seen in our December 2020 issue. Written by @vwlawrence, photographs by @douglasfriedman.

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@goop’s Brentwood brick-and-mortar store—by ELLE Decor A-List designers Roman and Williams (@roman_and_williams_)—is every lifestyle blogger’s dream. The 1,300-square-foot space somehow manages to fit in a greenhouse, porch, living room, kitchen, mudroom, apothecary, and bungalow. “Goop Lab was created as a space that transports its guests into a comfortable, dreamy home,” says Robin Standefer, the co-principal of Roman and Williams. “Bringing Goop to life with this permanence and creativity was a true joy for us to do.” Tap the link in bio for a tour from the ELLE Decor archive. Written by @saratardiff, photography by @jessicasample for Goop.

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Glam meets grit inside this Hinsdale, Illinois, home—with a castle-like exterior—designed by @projectinteriors. Tap the link in bio for the full tour from the ELLE Decor archive. Written by @zlatakn3, photography by @cynthialynnkim.

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A Santa Monica farmhouse-style home designed by Natasha Baradaran (@natashabaradaran) is the perfect marriage of boho and Art Deco. The walls in the primary bedroom are sheathed in a hemp wallcovering by @phillipjeffriesltd; the custom tufted bed is dressed in linens by @leontinelinens; and a curvy settee by Baradaran nods to Deco but, with its swooping two-toned upholstery, feels lighthearted and fun. The stool is by @natanmoss, and the chandelier is by @lindseyadelman. Click the link in bio for the full tour. Written by @bebehoworth, photography by @rogerdaviesphotography.

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In this farmhouse-style Santa Monica home, designer Natasha Baradaran (@natashabaradaran) makes the combination of Bohemian and Art Deco work well together, with an emphasis on laid-back luxury. Just off the living room, a patio is furnished with @dedon_official outdoor lounge chairs and a cocktail table by Baradaran. Click the link in bio to take a look inside. Written by @bebehoworth, photography by @rogerdaviesphotography.

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Crafted from a long, wide loggia, the study of a 16th-century Tuscan villa designed by Hubert Zandberg (@hubertzandberginteriors) is an airy rectangle that seems Florentine in its simplicity. Above a custom console hang two framed works by Giovanni Battista Piranesi (center) and pictures of eminent men. Click the link in bio for the full tour as seen in our Jan/Feb 2021 issue. Written by Nancy Hass, produced by @cynthiaefrank, photography by @simonuptonphotos.

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Opposites attract in this Santa Monica home designed by @natashabaradaran. For the farmhouse-style house, Baradaran combined boho with deco styles, infusing the vivacious spaces with a surprising combination of colors. The breakfast room’s orange and teal palette comes together with a patterned wallcovering by @kranehome, a @jiunhoinc table surrounded by chairs from @designwithinreach, and a ceiling pendant by Mosaik. Click the link in bio for the full tour. Written by @bebehoworth, photographed by @rogerdaviesphotography.

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“Over time, we’ve become more interested in taking some design risks,” says the owner of this New York City home, which was seen on the cover of our January/February issue. She and her husband, who works in finance, were in search of a younger designer who thrives on collaboration with craftspeople when they came across Michael K. Chen (@mkcarchitecture). “We live in a city that is filled with artists and talent and creativity, and we wanted to harness that in our home,” she says. And Chen delivered exactly that. In the main bedroom, the custom bed is upholstered in a @jiunhoinc fabric, the 1950s Italian nightstands are from @nicholaskilner, and the bench is in a wool jacquard from @clarencehousetextiles. The sconce is by @gentnerdesign the custom silk shag rug is by @taipingcarpets, the wallcovering is by @phillipjeffriesltd, and the curtains are of a silk mohair by @hirotake_tex for @colonydesign. Click the link in bio for the full tour as seen in our Jan/Feb 2021 issue. Written by @langealexandra, photogra

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In the whimsical, colorful grand salon of a 16th-century Tuscan villa with interiors by Hubert Zandberg (@hubertzandberginteriors), the sofas in a Mulberry velvet and bronze side tables are all custom, and the white armchairs are covered in a @delecuona fabric. The chandeliers are @original_murano_glass. Click the link in bio for the full tour as seen in our Jan/Feb 2021 issue. Written by Nancy Hass, produced by @cynthiaefrank, photography by @simonuptonphotos.

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When architects Silvio Rech and Lesley Carstens (@silviorechlesleycarstens) visited a home for sale just two doors down from their own, they were surprised to discover a sweeping panorama overlooking the city below. Expansive vistas aren't easy to come by in Johannesburg, so they jumped on the opportunity to own that piece of paradise. Here, the round daybed, chairs (left), and cocktail table are all custom, the chaises are by @paola_lenti_official, and the Panton chairs are from @vitra with the galvanized steel spiral staircase leads to the upper terrace. Click the link in bio for the full tour, as seen in our Jan/Feb 2021 issue. Written by @missmaryholland, produced by @ingridabram, photography by Elsa Young/@bureaux_editorial_agency.

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Initially designed as a personal vacation home by the late Argentine architect Mario Connio, this beachfront property in Punta Piedras, Uruguay was sold more than two decades ago. The current owners use it as a retreat from their home base in San Francisco, and the main bathroom (pictured here), which overlooks the Atlantic ocean, is just one example of its soothing design. Click the link in bio for the full tour, as seen in our Jan/Feb 2021 issue. Written by @karinaztn, produced by @dmmaciver, photography by @ricardolabougle.

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Boho meets Art Deco in this Santa Monica home, designed by @natashabaradaran for newlywed clients. Custom pieces feature subtle detailing and finishes—like the cerused finish on a cocktail table—for a feeling of laid-back luxury. In the family room, the sofa is from RH, Restoration Hardware, the cocktail table is custom, and the artwork is from @antoniosbellacasainc, @annehauckdesign, and Joseph Levine Art. Click the link in bio for the full tour. Written by @bebehoworth, photography by @rogerdaviesphotography.

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In their Johannesburg home, architect couple Silvio Rech and Lesley Carstens (@silviorechlesleycarstens) designed their son Gio’s bedroom around a set of reclaimed Oregon pine beams they’d found in a local antiques shop. The walls are made from a polycarbonate paneling that allows natural light to shine through. Click the link in bio for the full tour as seen in our Jan/Feb 2021 issue. Written by @missmaryholland, produced by @ingridabram, photography by Elsa Young/@bureaux_editorial_agency.

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Architect Michael K. Chen (@mkcarchitecture) removed most of the walls from this Manhattan apartment—features that were put up during 1980s renovation—and in turn created a fluid floor plan. The private elevator opens into a cerused oak–paneled gallery—floored in hard-wearing terrazzo—that feeds visitors into the living room, dining room, and den through salon-style doors. In the gallery, a @candidahoefer_official photograph hangs above a lacquered fiberglass bench by @brodieneill, and the pendants are by  @jasonmillerstudio for @rollandhill. Click the link in bio for the full tour as seen in our Jan/Feb 2021 issue. Written by @langealexandra, photography by @maxb.photo.

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Stepping into a family's Manhattan living room designed by Michael K. Chen (@mkcarchitecture), you'll notice a blend of soft neutrals and brawny pieces in steel, wood, and marble. Chen, who's owned his firm for nine years, is known for fusing bold colors and bolder juxtapositions of materials, eras, and shapes. The @vladimirkagandesign chaise is in a fabric by @hollandandsherryinteriors. The custom cocktail table is by @kinandcompany, the games table and chairs are by @christopherkurtzstudio, and the pendant is by @bec_brittain. Click the link in bio for the full tour. Written by @langealexandra, photography by @maxb.photo.

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In this home by @hubertzandberginteriors, which took two years to complete, the designer mixes centuries with abandon, enabling these spaces to seem as though they are an accretion of generational memories, not period pieces. In the primary bathroom, a vintage brass trolley from a Paris flea market sits next to a travertine bathtub. The screen is a custom design. Click the link in bio for the full tour as seen in our Jan/Feb 2021 issue. Written by Nancy Hass, produced by @cynthiaefrank, photography by @simonuptonphotos.

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With much of her work, designer @natashabaradaran relies on texture to heighten a sense of comfort. And in the family room of a Santa Monica home Baradaran recently renovated, she softened the room's existing ceramic faux-wood paneling with a shaggy wool rug and curtains in a dip-dyed @rosemaryhallgarten fabric. Head to the link in bio for the full home tour. Written by @bebehoworth, photographed by @rogerdaviesphotography.

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Honoring the original architect Eyvind Finsen’s aesthetic for their midcentury-modern 1950s bungalow in Johannesburg, @silviorechlesleycarstens maintained the house’s neat geometries, re-creating the original limewashed-plaster effect on the brickwork. They also preserved original elements in the kitchen, such as its stone and terrazzo tiles and the @agaranges stove. But from there, they allowed themselves freedom to experiment. “With a client, you have to sell it,” Rech says. “Here we could say, ‘Let’s just do it.’ ” Click the link in bio for the full tour from our Jan/Feb 2021 issue. Written by @missmaryholland, produced by @ingridabram, photography by Elsa Young/@bureaux_editorial_agency.

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An alumna of Morphosis Architects (Pritzker Prize winner Thom Mayne’s firm), @amandagnwn grew up in Singapore and cofounded Los Angeles-based @owiudesign studio in 2018 with @zhoujoel, a former high-school classmate. The guest room of her loft in downtown Los Angeles has a mattress that tucks below a platform during the day. Gunawan is pictured here with her border collies Kipper and Koby. Click the link in bio for the full tour as seen in our Jan/Feb 2021 issue. Written by @vwlawrence, produced by @ingridabram, photography by @thismintymoment.

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Architect couple @silviorechlesleycarstens had planned to renovate and expand their former residence, but when they stumbled upon a neighboring house with sweeping panoramic views of Johannesburg they had to snatch it up for themselves. Their vision was to create a dwelling that would serve as an armchair for gazing out over the city, where jacarandas turn deep indigo in the spring and electric thunderstorms roll across the skyline in summer. Pictured, the roof deck, with a view into the veranda below. Click the link in bio for the full tour as seen in our Jan/Feb 2021 issue. Written by @missmaryholland, produced by @ingridabram, photography by Elsa Young/@bureaux_editorial_agency.

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In a house in Punta Piedras designed by the late Argentine architect Mario Connio you'll find multiple areas for lounging or dining both inside and out. These spaces bring the current owners so much pleasure: “No matter where the wind is coming from, there’s always a place to be outside, where we can set up a meal,” the husband says. Click the link in bio for the full tour as seen in our Jan/Feb 2021 issue. Written by @karinaztn, produced by @dmmaciver, photography by @ricardolabougle.

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In our Jan/Feb2021 issue we explore a 16th-century Tuscan villa designed by @hubertzandberginteriors. The London-based designer's sophisticated sense of color is on view in a guest bedroom, where soft blue walls framed a bed canopy in a taupe @delecuona fabric. The portrait is from the homeowner’s collection. Click the link in bio for the full tour. Written by Nancy Hass, produced by @cynthiaefrank, photography by @simonuptonphotos.

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The clients for an apartment in Manhattan’s Carnegie Hill neighborhood tapped architect @mkcarchitecture, a nine-year-old practice known for bold juxtapositions of materials, eras, and shapes. The walls in the media room are covered in a hand-painted @porterteleo wallcovering. The room’s sectional is by @poliform_official, the pendant is by @bec_brittain for @rollandhill, and the Roman shades are from @theshadestore. Click the link in bio for the full tour as seen in our Jan/Feb 2021 issue. Written by @langealexandra, photography by @maxb.photo.

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Having grown up in rural Mississippi, interior designer @seanandersondesign has always been drawn to the masculinity of dark hues and gothic decor—combined with elements of nature—in his designs. He brought all of that into his own home in Memphis, which we've pulled from the ELLE Decor archive for your viewing pleasure. Click the link in bio for the full tour. Written by @lacymorris, photographed by @alyssarosenheck.

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Looking for a dose of design magic? Join @elledecor Editor-in-Chief Asad Syrkett (@as4d), @metcostumeinstitute curator in charge Andrew Bolton, and artist Es Devlin (@esdevlin) on Sunday at 11 a.m. ET for a virtual conversation about the exhibition designs for the Costume Institute’s latest show, “About Time: Fashion and Duration,” which traces (r)evolutions in fashion since 1870 and celebrates the @metmuseum’s 150th anniversary. Tap the link in our bio to tune in. #MetAboutTime ✨

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An ocean-blue island with burnished brass trim, handcrafted in Italy by @officine_gullo, creates a striking focal point in this crisp white kitchen. The design is timeless in itself, but the appliance is a home chef’s dream for many reasons. This kitchen staple checks off all the boxes: A professional double oven, six burners, a pasta cooker, stainless-steel surfaces, and more. Feeling inspired? Head to the link in bio to explore the options for yourself—all of which can be fully customized, from general configurations to engraved drawer handles.

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“It was so spectacularly beautiful, Mario’s own house that he built for himself,” says the homeowner, who purchased the late architect Mario Connio's vacation home in Punta Piedras, Uruguay, and left the design mostly intact. The living room's eclectic decor consists of vintage pieces, curios procured from travels, and striking sofas upholstered in a bold pattern of white and seafoam green stripes—the architect's signature pattern. Made in England, the distinctive “Connio stripe” had been discontinued, but the couple convinced the manufacturer to run the pattern again, so they could reupholster. The pink stucco wall finish was matched by the architect to a bottle of sand from Petra in Jordan. Click the link in bio for the full tour as seen in our Jan/Feb 2021 issue. Written by @karinaztn, produced by @dmmaciver, photography by @ricardolabougle.

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From their terrace, architect couple @silviorechlesleycarstens can take in phenomenal views of Johannesburg. In their renovation of a midcentury home designed by South African architect Eyvind Finsen, Rech and Carstens expanded the footprint of the house while maintaining its original sleek geometries. They designed many custom pieces for their home, including the travertine table and Le Corbusier–inspired dining chairs on the terrace. Click the link in bio for the full tour as seen in our Jan/Feb 2021 issue. Written by @missmaryholland, produced by @ingridabram, photography by Elsa Young/@bureaux_editorial_agency.

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The homes that architects design for themselves are often the truest expressions of their own values. On the coast of Uruguay, a couple has lovingly preserved the late Argentine architect Mario Connio's vacation home, which incorporates such signature elements as classical proportions, global textiles, and lush gardens. Click the link in bio for the full tour as seen in our Jan/Feb 2021 issue. Written by @karinaztn, produced by @dmmaciver, photography by @ricardolabougle.

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This 16th-century Tuscan vacation house designed by @hubertzandberginteriors, which took two years to complete, was an exercise in balancing excess with restraint. While maximalism in the wrong hands can “topple over into cacophony,” as the designer puts it, when executed with the scientific precision in which Zandberg specializes, it provides a mellifluous bounty. In the kitchen, the table is custom and the chairs are vintage. The woven chair is from Malawi, the pendant is from a Paris flea market, and vintage cake molds hang on the wall above the sink. Click the link in bio for the full tour as seen in our Jan/Feb 2021 issue. Click the link in bio to tour the rest of the home, which was featured in our Jan/Feb 2021 issue. Written by Nancy Hass, produced by @cynthiaefrank, photography by @simonuptonphotos.

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Designer @natashabaradaran is a Los Angeles native whose family is Persian by way of Italy. “I am a mix of different things,” says Baradaran, who designs both interiors and her own lines of furniture and fabrics. “I think all of those things show up in my work. It’s what makes my point of view different.” That point of view shines in a house she designed recently, a farmhouse-style home for a pair of newlyweds in Santa Monica, California, where she paired Art Deco pieces with a more bohemian spirit. In the kitchen, the mint-green leather upholstery on @thomashayesstudio stools adds a pop of color. The pendants are by @potteryproject. Click the link in bio for the full tour. Written by @bebehoworth, photography by @rogerdaviesphotography.

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In a Manhattan apartment designed by architect Michael K. Chen (@mkcarchitecture), the powder room has a vanity in Cassiopeia marble and a @vola.denmark faucet in lacquered brass. The custom mirror is by @kinandcompany, the sconces are by @lindseyadelman, and the walls are sheathed in Venetian plaster. “We live in a city that is filled with artists and talent and creativity, and we wanted to harness that in our home,” says the homeowner, and this space is proof. Click the link in bio for the full tour, as seen in our Jan/Feb 2021 issue. Written by @langealexandra, photography by @maxb.photo.

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While the interior and exterior of architect couple @silviorechlesleycarstens' Johannesburg house has a distinctly midcentury modern feel, the garden reflects its environment. Working with local landscape architect Dawid Klopper, the couple removed most of the non-native foliage and replaced it with indigenous plants more typical of South Africa’s veld, or grassland, like aloes and red grass. They even steam-cleaned the blackened rocks to reveal their natural orange color. “We wanted to bring back the birds,” Rech says. Pictured, Carstens takes in the view of Johannesburg from her bedroom’s terrace. Click the link in bio for the full tour, as seen in our Jan/Feb 2021 issue. Written by @missmaryholland, produced by @ingridabram, photography by Elsa Young/@bureaux_editorial_agency.

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The innovative Johannesburg home of architect couple @silviorechlesleycarstens is a renovation of the original midcentury house on the property designed by Eyvind Finsen, which was influenced by California modernists like Richard Neutra. Rather than demolish the brick structure, Rech and Carstens chose instead to reimagine it. “We asked ourselves, 'What would the natural progression of a Palm Springs bungalow be today?'” Rech says. Click the link in bio to see how their vision came to life, as seen in our Jan/Feb 2021 issue. Written by @missmaryholland, produced by @ingridabram, photography by Elsa Young/@bureaux_editorial_agency.

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Architect @amandagnwn of @owiudesign had always admired the Biscuit Company Lofts from afar, for what she calls their “OG” authenticity. When a street-level corner unit became available in 2019, she jumped at the chance to live in a building with such time-tested infrastructure. She refinished the whitewashed brick walls and installed Baltic Birch flooring and built-in storage. She created a large mezzanine for a home office and library and designed a sculptural stairwell, in the same Baltic Birch. “From the flooring all the way up, the staircase looks like one extended fold,” she explains of her origami-like design. Click the link in bio for the full tour, as seen in our Jan/Feb 2021 issue. Written by @vwlawrence, produced by @ingridabram, photography by @thismintymoment.

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In his personal life as well as in his oeuvre, the late Argentine architect Mario Connio favored a nonchalant sort of excess and extravagance; spaces overflowing with color but tempered by areas that show more restraint, in which abundance is expressed through light. Connio's dream home, now being maintained by a California couple, is located on the Atlantic coast of Uruguay. Surrounded by jasmine, the pool courtyard has lapacho-wood details. Head to the link in bio for a look inside. Written by @karinaztn, produced by @dmmaciver, photography by @ricardolabougle, as seen in our January/February 2021 issue.

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For designer @hubertzandberginteriors, the most challenging space in this Tuscan villa was the grand salon; an enormous beamed expanse with 16-foot ceilings. Now, the room has a Venetian aura, awash in blues and greens, effortlessly incorporating centuries-old furnishings with the contemporary art the homeowners collect. In the grand salon, the sofas in a Mulberry velvet and bronze side tables are all custom. The white armchairs are covered in a @delecuona fabric, the chandeliers are @original_murano_glass glass, and the artwork is by David Schnell. Click the link in bio for the full tour as seen in our Jan/Feb 2021 issue. Written by Nancy Hass, produced by @cynthiaefrank, photography by @simonuptonphotos.

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“We asked ourselves, 'What would the natural progression of a Palm Springs bungalow be today?'” says architect Silvio Rech (@silviorechlesleycarstens) of his newly redesigned home, as seen in our Jan/Feb issue. The Johannesburg house he shares with his wife and partner, architect Lesley Carstens, has sweeping views of the city below. To furnish the interiors, they drew upon their collection of vintage pieces, incorporating a rosewood sideboard by Arne Vodder, an original Isamu Noguchi paper pendant light, and a steel sculpture by Eduardo Villa. Click the link in bio for the full tour. Written by @missmaryholland, produced by @ingridabram, photography by Elsa Young/@bureaux_editorial_agency.

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In the dining room of a luxurious yet laid-back apartment in Manhattan’s Carnegie Hill neighborhood, architect @mkcarchitecture's design ambition perfectly meshed with the family’s needs. “We wanted a room we could use every day for dinner,” the homeowner says, “but one we could also occasionally glam up a little bit.” To that end, Chen worked with @christopherkurtzstudio to design a table that is both indestructible and very, very glam: an aluminum surface with a rippled edge. For family meals, it stays pushed in toward the leather-and-mohair banquette. When they entertain, the table gets pulled into the center of the room and expanded with leaves cleverly hidden in a cupboard. The chandelier pivots so that the drop can be centered over the table in either spot. The vintage @osvaldoborsaniofficial chairs are from @nilufargallery, the custom chandelier is by @ladiesandgentlemenstudio, and the cabinetry is in cerused oak. Click the link in bio for the full tour as seen in our Jan/Feb 2021 issue. Written by @la

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In a former Nabisco biscuit factory in downtown Los Angeles, architect @amandagnwn of @owiudesign bakes sculptural simplicity into a Beaux Arts-era industrial mold. Gunawan stripped it down into an understated space that embraces its factory roots while appealing to her preferred Japanese and Scandinavian aesthetic. Beneath the custom Baltic Birch staircase, built by @inflexionbuilds, and its exposed structural timber is a dining room with a travertine table, vintage Marcel Breuer chairs, and lanterns by Isamu Noguchi. Click the link in bio for the full tour as seen in our Jan/Feb 2021 issue. Written by @vwlawrence, produced by @ingridabram, photography by @thismintymoment.

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“Innovative architecture,” says architect Silvio Rech, “is what turns us on.” Rech and his wife, Lesley Carstens, met while working at an architecture firm in Johannesburg, and have been pioneers on the South African design scene for more than 25 years. When it came to their own house in Johannesburg, they had all the freedom to do what they please. “With a client, you have to sell it,” Rech says. “Here we could say, ‘Let’s just do it.’” In the main bedroom, the bed is custom, the chaise is by @cassinaofficial, and the ceiling is clad in white oak. Click the link in bio for the full tour, as seen in our Jan/Feb 2021 issue. Written by @missmaryholland, produced by @ingridabram, photography by Elsa Young (@bureaux_editorial_agency).

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This 16th-century villa was designed by @hubertzandberginteriors, a self-proclaimed maximalist who has made a reputation with projects that combine historical research and a poetic, highly refined sensibility. In a sitting room next to the study, the armchair is of a @rubelli_group fabric, and the Italian cocktail table and Pascal Sarfati floor lamp are both vintage. The 1960s chandelier is from @lorfordsantiq, and the set of bug plates on the wall is from a London market. Click the link in bio for the full tour as seen in our Jan/Feb 2021 issue. Written by Nancy Hass, produced by @cynthiaefrank, photography by @simonuptonphotos.

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A few miles away from Uruguay’s commercialized beach town of Punta del Este, one residence—in Punta Piedras—has so far been able to retain the charm afforded by seclusion . Initially designed as a personal vacation home by the late Argentine architect #MarioConnio, the house was sold more than two decades ago to a couple who use it as a retreat from their home base in San Francisco. It is an unimposing structure, washed in a pale ocher hue reminiscent of the sand that seems almost to engulf the project. Viewed from afar, it bears little hint of what it harbors. The home’s lavish interiors feature an array of patterns and textures; most objects were selected and arranged by Connio. The outdoor dining terrace has a tablecloth by @simraneparis, and the tableware is by @astierdevillatte. Click the link in bio for the full tour, as seen in our Jan/Feb 2021 issue. Written by @karinaztn, produced by @dmmaciver, photography by @ricardolabougle.

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When architect Amanda Gunawan (@amandagnwn) of @owiudesign was given the opportunity to purchase an apartment located in a former National Biscuit Company (Nabisco) factory in Los Angeles, she jumped at the opportunity. Having fallen in love with the converted lofts, Gunawan was ready to set down permanent roots in the 1,620-square-foot open-plan apartment. “It has an industrial grittiness,” she says of the space, which complements her preferred Japanese and Scandinavian aesthetic. “If you look at the entire space, even the centerpiece objects don’t grab attention,” she continues. “Everything blends in.” In the living area, the lounge chair and ottoman are by Charles and Ray Eames, and the sofa, large cocktail table, and side table by the window are all by @cb2. The shelves display Gunawan’s collection of objects from Japan, the rug and wooden bench are by @zarahome, and the painting is by @fongminliao. Click the link in bio for the full tour, as seen in our Jan/Feb 2021 issue. Written by @vwlawrence, produce

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“Over time, we’ve become more interested in taking some design risks,” says the owner of this Manhattan family apartment, which appears on the cover of ELLE Decor’s January/February issue. Upon moving into their 4,000-square-foot, four-bedroom apartment in Manhattan’s Carnegie Hill neighborhood, the family tapped architect Michael K. Chen (@mkcarchitecture) to carry out the renovations. With his sharp spatial ingenuity and love of bold colors, he was the perfect match for the couple, who were looking for a challenge. 

In the living room, a @kgblnyc sofa and @vladimirkagandesign chaise are both in fabrics by @hollandandsherryinteriors. The custom cocktail table is by @kinandcompany, the games table and chairs are by @christopherkurtzstudio, the pendant is by @bec_brittain, and the photograph is by @lallaessaydi. Click the link in bio for the full tour. Written by @langealexandra, photography by @maxb.photo.

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2021 is here at last and with it comes ELLE Decor's first issue of the year. Our January/February edition celebrates the role of architecture in great interior design. On our cover: a glamorous Manhattan apartment designed to precision by one of New York’s most buzzed-about young architects, Michael K. Chen (@mkcarchitecture). From there, our global armchair tour takes us from Johannesburg, where the cliffside home of @silviorechlesleycarstens elevates concrete to the height of style, to Uruguay, where new owners are preserving paradise in the form of the exquisite beachside retreat of the late Argentine architect Mario Connio. After a year that shook all of us to our foundations, we ask a top-tier group of architects—from @toshiko.mori to @deborahberke—to predict the future of home (spoiler alert: after a year of working at home, walls are back in style). Looking for some New Year’s resolutions? Try a bedroom refresh, for a year’s worth of sweeter dreams, or amp up your home lighting scheme with 10 of our fa

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Several prominent Republican senators skip NDAA vote

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The President-elect said the COVID-19 vaccine distribution is “falling behind” and “not progressing as it should.”

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This week, USA TODAY Politics focuses on the run-up to President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration, his remaining Cabinet picks, the Senate runoff in Georgia, and certification of the Electoral College vote.

Dates to watch:

  • Jan. 3: New Congress is sworn in.
  • Jan. 5: Senate runoff election in Georgia.
  • Jan. 6: Congress will count and certify the electoral results in a joint session.
  • Jan. 20: Inauguration of Biden, who will take the oath of office.

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Several prominent GOP senators skip NDAA vote

The Senate voted to override President Donald Trump’s veto of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) on Friday, the first congressional override of Trump’s presidency and a final rebuke just weeks before he leaves office.

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     One of the biggest mysteries to me right now is how Kelly*nne C*nway and her husband are still married. I know what its like to live with someone with differing political opinions, but their situation takes place on an entirely different playing field. Can you imagine being a fly on that wall at dinner time? And If ever my boss called my spouse, the father of my children, a loser? publicly? … it’s the day I quit my job. I used to think she was pretty dumb to be willing to stand in front of the cameras and spin the lies, twist the words, contort herself to please the man she once called a whiner and unpresidential as she supported T.Cruz.   But it’s evident now she’s ambitious, cunning like her boss, enjoys the theatrics and her place in the WH. 

     As time rolls on, Tr*mp’s mental state becomes more unhinged.

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