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The Designer With Two Pieds-a-Terre

Design Hunting

10.22.15

Happenings
  • The Light Stuff
    It’s been 30 years since the first M.F.A. lighting-design class graduated from the New School’s Parsons School of Design. Celebrate all things lighting-innovation-related at Light Years: 1985 2015 2045, a free conference held today from 2 to 8 p.m. at the John L. Tishman Auditorium. More  ›
  • World Antiques
    Sixty-seven global antiques and art dealers will convene at the opening night of the 27th International Show, hosted by the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Jewelry, furniture, rare books, and more from around the world will be showcased at the Park Avenue Armory tonight from 6 to 9 p.m. More  ›
  • On Hudson Yards
    On Wednesday, October 28, learn just how the West Side will transform into the largest development in the city since Rockefeller Center with 17 million yards of residential and commercial space. Look Inside: Hudson Yards, through the New York School of Interior Design, will feature a discussion between those behind the new neighborhood. More  ›
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The Designer With Two Pieds-à-terre

Tour Juan Montoya’s little flat in Bogotá for family visits ... and his other little flat, in Paris. See More ›


In Bogotá, a 17th-century painting is attributed to the artist Figueroa.

Here, the Paris living room features a painting by Takesada Matsutani.

An aluminum Slice chair in his Paris flat is by Mathias Bengtsson.

The Best Bet

The Soap Stone

This all-natural, gemstone-inspired fragrance soap from Wanderlustre is hand-cut in Brooklyn. More  ›

Design Hunting, Socially
Design Hunting on Facebook Tips on all things decorative, design chats with Wendy Goodman, and photographs from the latest design hunting discoveries in NYC. facebook.com/DesignHunting
Design Hunting on Twitter Moment-to-moment updates on design news and trend-spotting, as well as live-tweeting from insider events and parties (with a few contests thrown in for good measure). @DesignHunting

Known as The Cloud Family, this collection of paint-patterned stoneware pieces (from $40 at Helen Levi) will liven up your reclaimed-barnwood dining table. Use the code NYMAG15 at checkout for a 15 percent discount.

 

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