Category: Architectural Digest

April 14, 2021 Press

Justine Hill featured in Architectural Digest: “Inside This Upper East Side Pied-à-Terre, Every Detail Matters”

Interior designer Gregory Rockwell crafts a colorful New York City apartment by Hannah Martin / Photography by Ori Harpaz April 14, 2021 “The walls aren’t striped, they’re actually hand-applied fluted Venetian plaster,” says Rockwell, who teamed up with Kamp Studios on this statement for the entryway, which he decorated with a 1960s Italian aluminum mirror from John Salibello and a 1940s Swedish chest of drawers from England, topped with a ceramic work by Cody Hoyt from Patrick Parrish. “This [home] is about you and your friends….Read More


January 05, 2017 Press

John Dante Bianchi in Architectural Digest

This Artist Creates Fascinating Work That Literally Comes Off the Wall John Dante Bianchi’s art is both architectural and ethereal By Carrie Hojnicki, January 3, 2017 Read on Architectural Digest. Part painting, part sculpture, wholly intriguing, the work of Brooklyn-based artist John Dante Bianchi escapes classification in about as many categories as one can muster. Showing through January 22 at Manhattan’s Denny Gallery, Bianchi’s “Unavoidable Encounter” presents a series of meticulously crafted wall panels and floor sculptures that defy classification and…Read More


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