East Hampton–Based Architect Maziar Behrooz Designs an Art-Filled House That’s Perfect from Every Angle

East Hampton–Based Architect Maziar Behrooz Designs an Art-Filled House That’s Perfect from Every Angle

For many people, a primary residence calls for a more ordered existence, but in a weekend house, there are no rules. Marie-Ève and Michel Berty realized this widely accepted truth when they bought a house in the Hamptons. The couple started visiting the East End not long after moving to New York from their native France, and it didn’t take long before they desired a place of their own.

Architect Nick Martin Helps Transform the Amagansett Home of Art Dealer John Cheim

Architect Nick Martin Helps Transform the Amagansett Home of Art Dealer John Cheim

In the late 1980s, when Cheim & Read gallery co-founder John Cheim bought his Amagansett retreat, it was a diminutive barn-red 1960 kit house on a half-acre lot, dominated by a prodigious weeping willow. He did away with the driveway (“I didn’t want to see cars in my yard,” he says), enclosed the property with plantings for privacy, painted the house white, and then hid the structure in a lovely tangle of wisteria and trumpet vines.

The Fourth Annual HC&G Innovation in Design Awards

The Fourth Annual HC&G Innovation in Design Awards

On Thursday, August 7, HC&G hosted its fourth annual Innovation in Design Awards at Guild Hall in East Hampton honoring the best design in the following categories: Kitchen, Bath, Interior Design, Garden, Architecture and Innovative Product.

New and Notable Design Objects from the Hamptons and Beyond: Party Starters

New and Notable Design Objects from the Hamptons and Beyond: Party Starters

Rally the troops and celebrate the height of summer with these party starters, from a lightweight champagne bucket by Tina Frey to Kim Seybert’s Pom Pom napkins.

In Her Studio Near Three Mile Harbor, Artist Sue Heatley Celebrates the Great Outdoors

In Her Studio Near Three Mile Harbor, Artist Sue Heatley Celebrates the Great Outdoors

Living and working in a tranquil spot near Three Mile Harbor, Sue Heatley is surrounded by nature. A printmaker who creates limited-edition and one-of-a-kind abstract linocuts and monotypes, she draws inspiration from the beauty of the area’s trees and ripples on the water.

Be Original is Shining the Spotlight on Home-Furnishing Knock-Offs

Be Original is Shining the Spotlight on Home-Furnishing Knock-Offs

Inspired by a similar campaign run by Fritz Hansen in 2009, Beth Dickstein of BDE reached out to 10 charter members with her vision for Be Original. All of them signed on. The manifest includes top executives from Alessi, Artek, Bernhardt Design, Cassina/Poltrona Frau/Cappellini, Emeco, Flos, Fritz Hansen, Herman Miller, Ligne Roset and Vitra. Through a series of educational programs, lectures and workshops, Be Original hopes to raise awareness and engage in dialogue about the inherent value of innovative and original design, and how to identify it. In particular, the group hopes to influence the younger generation of emerging designers and students.

Congratulations to the 2014 HC&G Innovation in Design Awards Winners

Congratulations to the 2014 HC&G Innovation in Design Awards Winners

Announcing the winners of the 2014 HC&G Innovation in Design Awards! Find out who took home awards in the categories of Kitchen Design, Bath Design, Interior Design, Garden Design, Architecture, and Innovative Product

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