10 Questions With… Thomas Juul-Hansen

Thomas Juul-Hansen didn’t discover design until college, but the Copenhagen native, who founded his eponymous firm in 2003, has masterminded interiors for many of New York’s most buzzed-about developments. One example is the 75-story One57, home to New York City’s most expensive residence—it closed for a staggering $100 million in 2015. Other recent projects include 505 W 19 on New York’s High Line, 300 Collins in Miami, and 50 West in Lower Manhattan. But despite a propensity for affluent clients, the Harvard-trained architect espouses a decidedly egalitarian approach to running a business—his team of 25 is strictly prohibited from working ...

The Wire Sculpture of Ruth Asawa

The Pulitzer Arts Foundation in St. Louis, Missouri, opened "Ruth Asawa: Life's Work" on September 14th. The retrospective, which includes about 80 sculptures, drawings, and collages, is ...