To get ready for summer entertaining season, this month we're sharing a mini-series of pro tips and projects from our guest blogger, party planner extraordinaire and designer David Stark. This week, his idea for a fun one-of-a-kind tray to commemorate a fun event or honored guest. Last week I was at the Museum of Contemporary Art in North Miami giving a presentation and signing my new book David Stark: The Art of the Party. It was a fabulous day not only because the crowd was amazing, but the museum has a lot of meaning to me — it is the site of one of my favorite projects in the book: the recent 15th Anniversary Gala we created for MOCA. More
Home: Nick's Grad School Digs House TourCloset: Brooks Brothers Great Gatsby CollectionKitchen: A Refreshing Winter Salad: Kale, Almonds, and PomegranateWe often call beautiful sights "a feast for the eyes," we say that lovely things "look good enough to eat," and we all like to savor "eye. . .
Art possesses that sacred ability to divorce form from function, to turn conventional concepts and objects upside down, sometimes literally. Take Zeger Reyers’s “Rotating Kitchen” for instance. The recent installation for Kunsthalle Düsseldorf converted a cubic unit into a. . .
Wicker furniture is probably the most common type of furniture used in outdoor spaces. It’s appreciated for its lightweight design, casual look and functionality. When spring gets comfortable after a long winter, all everyone wants to do is. . .