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List archdigest's Instagram Looking upward from the atrium of the new @zeitzmocaa museum in Cape Town, one can imagine the 56 silos that once occupied this grain storage building. “We accidentally made a great acoustic space,” architect Thomas Heatherwick says of the vaulted, eavelike upper cutouts that give the space a near-cathedral feel. When Heatherwick first visited the abandoned silo structure, the concrete was covered in a thick layer of off-white paint. “Once we got the paint off, we found that the concrete had warmth; it contained stones that you don't find in modern concrete. It contained dirt from Table Mountain. So that was a real stitching into the surroundings.” Take a tour around the highly-anticipated museum through the #linkinbio Photo by @iwanbaan; text by @hadleykeller 1610515892391634469_239180867

Looking upward from the atrium of the new @zeitzmocaa museum in Cape Town, one can imagine the 56 silos that once occupied this grain storage building. “We accidentally made a great acoustic space,” architect Thomas Heatherwick says of the vaulted, eavelike upper cutouts that give the space a near-cathedral feel. When Heatherwick first visited the abandoned silo structure, the concrete was covered in a thick layer of off-white paint. “Once we got the paint off, we found that the concrete had warmth; it contained stones that you don't find in modern concrete. It contained dirt from Table Mountain. So that was a real stitching into the surroundings.” Take a tour around the highly-anticipated museum through the #linkinbioPhoto by @iwanbaan; text by @hadleykeller

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List archdigest's Instagram Flamestitch meets chintz in the sitting room of Villa Ronche outside of Venice. Editor @martinamondadori’s grandmother had commissioned the legendary Italian designer Renzo Mongiardino to restore and decorate the enormous estate over 50 years ago to “feel warm and welcoming, not just glorious and formal,” writes Mondadori. See how the 17th-century villa is still as stylish as ever, 50 years after Mongiardino put his touch on it through the #linkinbio 
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Flamestitch meets chintz in the sitting room of Villa Ronche outside of Venice. Editor @martinamondadori’s grandmother had commissioned the legendary Italian designer Renzo Mongiardino to restore and decorate the enormous estate over 50 years ago to “feel warm and welcoming, not just glorious and formal,” writes Mondadori. See how the 17th-century villa is still as stylish as ever, 50 years after Mongiardino put his touch on it through the #linkinbio Photo by @miguelfloresvianna

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List archdigest's Instagram Since 1993, students from @auburnu have been transforming a quiet corner of Alabama into a hotbed for cutting-edge design. Organized under the university’s program called @ruralstudio, the group of students designs and builds structures that improve the lives of residents of Hale County while adding a contemporary edge to the local mix of mobile homes and antebellum houses. But responding to requests from community leaders, director Andrew Freear shifted the program’s emphasis from houses to schools, senior centers, animal shelters, and other public buildings like this viewing platform built from a decommissioned fire tower at Perry Lakes Park. Read more about why this small community is getting attention for its daring architecture through the #linkinbio Photo by Timothy Hursley 1610211703018998867_239180867

Since 1993, students from @auburnu have been transforming a quiet corner of Alabama into a hotbed for cutting-edge design. Organized under the university’s program called @ruralstudio, the group of students designs and builds structures that improve the lives of residents of Hale County while adding a contemporary edge to the local mix of mobile homes and antebellum houses. But responding to requests from community leaders, director Andrew Freear shifted the program’s emphasis from houses to schools, senior centers, animal shelters, and other public buildings like this viewing platform built from a decommissioned fire tower at Perry Lakes Park. Read more about why this small community is getting attention for its daring architecture through the #linkinbioPhoto by Timothy Hursley

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List archdigest's Instagram After being forced out of her home two blocks from Trump Tower because of the constant road closures— “Taking my daughter to school took an hour each way. It was a nightmare.”— @barneysny fashion director @marinalarroude settled on an apartment in a lovely townhouse on the Upper East Side. The 3-story unit had good bones and a soothing garden terrace, but it needed some minor interior adjustments to make it her own. She enlisted the help of her friend and designer @studiogiancarlovalle to push her toward an aesthetic that’s both bold and approachable. “Marina and her family are from Brazil, and I wanted to have that cultural influence set the vibe of the space,” says Valle. In the living room, Valle paired a marble coffee table by Mario Bellini with a classic-lined RH sofa, blush velvet Jindrich Halabala chairs, and artwork by Salvador Dalí and Richard Serra for an interesting look that’s not intimidating in the least. Take the home tour through the #linkinbio Photo by @brookeholm; text by @jenfernand 1609785602761085466_239180867

After being forced out of her home two blocks from Trump Tower because of the constant road closures— “Taking my daughter to school took an hour each way. It was a nightmare.”— @barneysny fashion director @marinalarroude settled on an apartment in a lovely townhouse on the Upper East Side. The 3-story unit had good bones and a soothing garden terrace, but it needed some minor interior adjustments to make it her own. She enlisted the help of her friend and designer @studiogiancarlovalle to push her toward an aesthetic that’s both bold and approachable. “Marina and her family are from Brazil, and I wanted to have that cultural influence set the vibe of the space,” says Valle. In the living room, Valle paired a marble coffee table by Mario Bellini with a classic-lined RH sofa, blush velvet Jindrich Halabala chairs, and artwork by Salvador Dalí and Richard Serra for an interesting look that’s not intimidating in the least. Take the home tour through the #linkinbioPhoto by @brookeholm; text by @jenfernand

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List archdigest's Instagram For anyone obsessed with elusive, daffy socialites and fancy real estate, tales of eccentric copper heiress Huguette Clark and the many empty mansions she left behind are must-reads. @delphinereedkrakoff are those people, and after finishing one particular book on the subject they took a field trip to New Canaan, CT to check out an empty mansion that Clark had owned. “Le Beau Château (a.k.a. Clark House) ...had been on the market for a long time, but we were honestly not looking to buy another house,” Delphine says of the couple’s first visit to the property in 2014. "Reed and I felt a strong, immediate connection to the place, which had nothing to do with the location or value. We were smitten by its mysterious, romantic history and amazing potential." They kept the floor plan largely intact, but replaced various architectural flourishes—notably, the ornate verdigris wrought-iron balustrade of this staircase— with pared-down designs more sympathetic to the building’s classical lines and airy, modern spirit. Take a look inside through the #linkinbio Photo by @ivanterestchenko; text by @mayer.rus 1609633785943268916_239180867

For anyone obsessed with elusive, daffy socialites and fancy real estate, tales of eccentric copper heiress Huguette Clark and the many empty mansions she left behind are must-reads. @delphinereedkrakoff are those people, and after finishing one particular book on the subject they took a field trip to New Canaan, CT to check out an empty mansion that Clark had owned. “Le Beau Château (a.k.a. Clark House) ...had been on the market for a long time, but we were honestly not looking to buy another house,” Delphine says of the couple’s first visit to the property in 2014. "Reed and I felt a strong, immediate connection to the place, which had nothing to do with the location or value. We were smitten by its mysterious, romantic history and amazing potential." They kept the floor plan largely intact, but replaced various architectural flourishes—notably, the ornate verdigris wrought-iron balustrade of this staircase— with pared-down designs more sympathetic to the building’s classical lines and airy, modern spirit. Take a look inside through the #linkinbioPhoto by @ivanterestchenko; text by @mayer.rus

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List archdigest's Instagram Swiss designer @yvesbehar has spent 5 years dreaming up the San Francisco home he shares with his wife, art consultant @sabrinabuell, and 4 children as both lab and inspiration for his work. The front door automatically unlocks as he approaches it; inside, motorized screens can be voice-activated, as can the sound system, using the home-automation app Simple Control. “The point was never to decorate a house,” Béhar says. “The point was to build a life within it.” See how one of the most sought-after innovators in Silicon Valley lives and breathes smart home tech through the #linkinbio Photo by @francoishalard; text by @holt_sf 1609534725039243872_239180867

Swiss designer @yvesbehar has spent 5 years dreaming up the San Francisco home he shares with his wife, art consultant @sabrinabuell, and 4 children as both lab and inspiration for his work. The front door automatically unlocks as he approaches it; inside, motorized screens can be voice-activated, as can the sound system, using the home-automation app Simple Control. “The point was never to decorate a house,” Béhar says. “The point was to build a life within it.” See how one of the most sought-after innovators in Silicon Valley lives and breathes smart home tech through the #linkinbioPhoto by @francoishalard; text by @holt_sf

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List archdigest's Instagram In the mid-60s, young architecture students across Italy began channeling their revolutionary ideas into provocative furniture, interiors, artworks, and installations that challenged the prevailing less-is-more modernism and rampant consumerism of postwar Italy. Nearly 50 years later and still as radical as ever, their designs are ripe for rediscovery. @gufram, the Italian manufacturer behind the movement’s famous foam furniture, has put many of its cartoonish creations back into production, including Gruppo Strum’s Pratone lounge pictured here from a 1966 advertisement. Discover how Italy’s most radical movement is more relevant now than ever through the #linkinbio #tbt #SuperDesign Photo by Ugo Mulas/courtesy of Pietro Derossi; text by @_h_mart_ 1609070773712786842_239180867

In the mid-60s, young architecture students across Italy began channeling their revolutionary ideas into provocative furniture, interiors, artworks, and installations that challenged the prevailing less-is-more modernism and rampant consumerism of postwar Italy. Nearly 50 years later and still as radical as ever, their designs are ripe for rediscovery. @gufram, the Italian manufacturer behind the movement’s famous foam furniture, has put many of its cartoonish creations back into production, including Gruppo Strum’s Pratone lounge pictured here from a 1966 advertisement. Discover how Italy’s most radical movement is more relevant now than ever through the #linkinbio #tbt #superdesignPhoto by Ugo Mulas/courtesy of Pietro Derossi; text by @_h_mart_

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List archdigest's Instagram “I’m always talking about cinema because, in a way, I’m writing scenarios and only need the actors,” French designer Joseph Dirand explains. “I want people to disappear into the rooms, to become immersed rather than just to contemplate them.” It’s this soulful approach to design that has made Dirand popular among celebrities like Kanye West, fashion brands like @givenchyofficial and @balmain, and hotels and restaurants like @fssurfside. Discover some of his most striking work featured in the upcoming @rizzolibooks tome “Joseph Dirand Interior” through the #linkinbio Photo by Adrien Dirand 1608939073791926813_239180867

“I’m always talking about cinema because, in a way, I’m writing scenarios and only need the actors,” French designer Joseph Dirand explains. “I want people to disappear into the rooms, to become immersed rather than just to contemplate them.” It’s this soulful approach to design that has made Dirand popular among celebrities like Kanye West, fashion brands like @givenchyofficial and @balmain, and hotels and restaurants like @fssurfside. Discover some of his most striking work featured in the upcoming @rizzolibooks tome “Joseph Dirand Interior” through the #linkinbioPhoto by Adrien Dirand

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List archdigest's Instagram When @cjronson and @nateruess purchased a raw downtown Manhattan loft, they turned to designer Paul Fortune to transform it into a grown-up home. On his first visit to the space, Fortune sketched the floor plan for the long, high-ceilinged railroad flat and situated a capacious living-and-entertaining space at the front of the apartment, along the street-facing window wall with its gift of natural light. As for furnishings, Fortune worked with @gachotstudios to devise a mix that includes a wide range of vintage 20th-century pieces and custom elements that, taken together, do not suggest any one specific decade or style. Take a look through the rest of the home through the #linkinbio Photo by @wabranowicz; text by @mayer.rus; styling by @michaelreynoldsnyc; fashion styling by @jessicas_maisonette 1608812339381720301_239180867

When @cjronson and @nateruess purchased a raw downtown Manhattan loft, they turned to designer Paul Fortune to transform it into a grown-up home. On his first visit to the space, Fortune sketched the floor plan for the long, high-ceilinged railroad flat and situated a capacious living-and-entertaining space at the front of the apartment, along the street-facing window wall with its gift of natural light. As for furnishings, Fortune worked with @gachotstudios to devise a mix that includes a wide range of vintage 20th-century pieces and custom elements that, taken together, do not suggest any one specific decade or style. Take a look through the rest of the home through the #linkinbioPhoto by @wabranowicz; text by @mayer.rus; styling by @michaelreynoldsnyc; fashion styling by @jessicas_maisonette

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List archdigest's Instagram For architecture lovers, there’s never a bad time to visit Chicago. But the Windy City is especially enticing during the @chicagoarchitecturebiennial, the second edition of which runs through January 7 at the @chiculturcenter and other venues. Curated by Los Angeles architects Sharon Johnston and Mark Lee of the firm @johnstonmarklee, the Biennial showcases projects by more than 100 architects on the theme “Make New History.” Architect @francoisloiperrin’s interpretation came in the form of box-kite-like sculptures called Air Houses: Design for a New Climate and hang above the @gpconservatory. Read more about the installations through the #linkinbio Photo by Steve Hall; text by @fabnyny 1608325025261955379_239180867

For architecture lovers, there’s never a bad time to visit Chicago. But the Windy City is especially enticing during the @chicagoarchitecturebiennial, the second edition of which runs through January 7 at the @chiculturcenter and other venues. Curated by Los Angeles architects Sharon Johnston and Mark Lee of the firm @johnstonmarklee, the Biennial showcases projects by more than 100 architects on the theme “Make New History.” Architect @francoisloiperrin’s interpretation came in the form of box-kite-like sculptures called Air Houses: Design for a New Climate and hang above the @gpconservatory. Read more about the installations through the #linkinbioPhoto by Steve Hall; text by @fabnyny

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List archdigest's Instagram @jenniferdoebler and Pat Kelly enlisted L.A. design firm @communedesign to bring a laid-back yet sophisticated ambience to their Northern California redwood home in Berkeley, CA. “There’s nothing precious or showy about this place. Everything is geared toward the comfort and ease of the family,” Commune’s Roman Alonso explains. But the vivid, contemporary spirit is hard to miss, especially in the breakfast nook where a geometric pattern was hand-painted over the original Douglas-Fir boards in @farrowandball hues. Take a look at the rest of the home through the #linkinbio Photo by @trevortondro; text by @mayer.rus 1608183764693573870_239180867

@jenniferdoebler and Pat Kelly enlisted L.A. design firm @communedesign to bring a laid-back yet sophisticated ambience to their Northern California redwood home in Berkeley, CA. “There’s nothing precious or showy about this place. Everything is geared toward the comfort and ease of the family,” Commune’s Roman Alonso explains. But the vivid, contemporary spirit is hard to miss, especially in the breakfast nook where a geometric pattern was hand-painted over the original Douglas-Fir boards in @farrowandball hues. Take a look at the rest of the home through the #linkinbioPhoto by @trevortondro; text by @mayer.rus

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List archdigest's Instagram When French architect Joseph Dirand began his career, he was obsessed with minimalism and exploring the possibilities of what he calls “the blank white page—I had to start there.” Today the scruffily handsome designer to the stars has set aside that jejune fascination to develop a distinctive language that is restrained in its elements but opulent in spirit. The new book “Joseph Dirand Interior” by @rizzolibooks follows this evolution through his roster of projects from homes, to restaurants and stores. Get a preview of the book through the #linkinbio Photo by Adrien Dirand 1608033067000088149_239180867

When French architect Joseph Dirand began his career, he was obsessed with minimalism and exploring the possibilities of what he calls “the blank white page—I had to start there.” Today the scruffily handsome designer to the stars has set aside that jejune fascination to develop a distinctive language that is restrained in its elements but opulent in spirit. The new book “Joseph Dirand Interior” by @rizzolibooks follows this evolution through his roster of projects from homes, to restaurants and stores. Get a preview of the book through the #linkinbioPhoto by Adrien Dirand

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List archdigest's Instagram As anyone can tell from their impeccably curated @instagram feed, 20th-century European design is the chief wellspring of inspiration for L.A.-based design firm @the.archers.inc. “Milan was the cradle of modern decoration,” says Richard Petit of his favorite design capital. “The culture of innovation, academic rigor, and artistry produced one maestro after another.” But for this master bath in an L.A. cottage it was the Theo van Doesburg floors in J.J.P. Oud’s 1918 De Vonk house in the Netherlands that inspired the team. They used @annsacks tile to riff on the bold pattern and made it feel refreshingly modern. Discover the other New Creatives in our October issue through the #linkinbio Text by @mayer.rus 1607615743893895519_239180867

As anyone can tell from their impeccably curated @instagram feed, 20th-century European design is the chief wellspring of inspiration for L.A.-based design firm @the.archers.inc. “Milan was the cradle of modern decoration,” says Richard Petit of his favorite design capital. “The culture of innovation, academic rigor, and artistry produced one maestro after another.” But for this master bath in an L.A. cottage it was the Theo van Doesburg floors in J.J.P. Oud’s 1918 De Vonk house in the Netherlands that inspired the team. They used @annsacks tile to riff on the bold pattern and made it feel refreshingly modern. Discover the other New Creatives in our October issue through the #linkinbioText by @mayer.rus

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List archdigest's Instagram While green may not be everyone’s go-to hue, it’s a foolproof way to make a statement and complement iconic design pieces like the #EamesChair. For more inspiration and a curated selection of collectible furniture, décor, and fine art, visit @ebay Collective. 1607430506735928649_239180867

While green may not be everyone’s go-to hue, it’s a foolproof way to make a statement and complement iconic design pieces like the #EamesChair. For more inspiration and a curated selection of collectible furniture, décor, and fine art, visit @ebay Collective.

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List archdigest's Instagram @jenniferdoebler and Pat Kelly decided to decamp from their Greenwich Village apartment in Manhattan in 2009, and build a new life in a new home with their two daughters, Scarlett and India, in Berkeley, CA. “Berkeley has lots of great old houses that hadn’t been messed with in the 1980s,” Deobler explains. An online search led the couple to the perfect setting for their reimagined vision of domestic bliss: an archetypal Northern California redwood home built in 1915 in First Bay Tradition style, a vernacular dialect synthesizing elements of East Coast Shingle style, American Craftsman, and English Arts and Crafts. Take a look inside the refreshed historic home through the #linkinbio Photo by @trevortondro; design by @communedesign; garden design by @elysianlandscapes; text by @mayer.rus 1607310519475973114_239180867

@jenniferdoebler and Pat Kelly decided to decamp from their Greenwich Village apartment in Manhattan in 2009, and build a new life in a new home with their two daughters, Scarlett and India, in Berkeley, CA. “Berkeley has lots of great old houses that hadn’t been messed with in the 1980s,” Deobler explains. An online search led the couple to the perfect setting for their reimagined vision of domestic bliss: an archetypal Northern California redwood home built in 1915 in First Bay Tradition style, a vernacular dialect synthesizing elements of East Coast Shingle style, American Craftsman, and English Arts and Crafts. Take a look inside the refreshed historic home through the #linkinbioPhoto by @trevortondro; design by @communedesign; garden design by @elysianlandscapes; text by @mayer.rus

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List archdigest's Instagram “No matter how grand a house was, Renzo Mongiardino never forgot that a family was going to make a life there and so always managed to make it easy to live in,” writes editor @martinamondadori of her grandparents’ home outside of Venice that was restored and decorated by the legendary designer over 50 years ago. Mongiardino rearranged the ground floor of the 17th-century villa in order to make the family’s everyday life more comfortable; and for an Italian household that was, of course, centered around the kitchen. @vietriinc ceramic tiles complement the collection of copper objects Mondadori’s grandmother had assembled over her lifetime. Take the full house tour through the #linkinbio Photo by @miguelfloresvianna 1606870696403436966_239180867

“No matter how grand a house was, Renzo Mongiardino never forgot that a family was going to make a life there and so always managed to make it easy to live in,” writes editor @martinamondadori of her grandparents’ home outside of Venice that was restored and decorated by the legendary designer over 50 years ago. Mongiardino rearranged the ground floor of the 17th-century villa in order to make the family’s everyday life more comfortable; and for an Italian household that was, of course, centered around the kitchen. @vietriinc ceramic tiles complement the collection of copper objects Mondadori’s grandmother had assembled over her lifetime. Take the full house tour through the #linkinbioPhoto by @miguelfloresvianna

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List archdigest's Instagram “If you’re simplifying a project, you’re making it stronger,” declares Eduardo Cadaval of @cadavalsolamorales, who sees this aesthetic Occam’s razor as the unifying element in the architecture firm’s work. At its most extreme, this surgical simplicity reduces plans to daring geometries, like this Y-shaped pool pavilion on a compound in Tepoztlan, Mexico that pushes indoor-outdoor living to the limits. Read more about these emerging talents changing the way we live, think and build through the #linkinbio Photo by @spereznieto; text by @ianvolner 1606737553742874951_239180867

“If you’re simplifying a project, you’re making it stronger,” declares Eduardo Cadaval of @cadavalsolamorales, who sees this aesthetic Occam’s razor as the unifying element in the architecture firm’s work. At its most extreme, this surgical simplicity reduces plans to daring geometries, like this Y-shaped pool pavilion on a compound in Tepoztlan, Mexico that pushes indoor-outdoor living to the limits. Read more about these emerging talents changing the way we live, think and build through the #linkinbioPhoto by @spereznieto; text by @ianvolner

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List archdigest's Instagram When he’s not jet-setting for celebrity clients like @kimkardashian and @chrissyteigen, celebrity makeup artist @makeupbymario retreats to a plush penthouse apartment on the Upper East Side that he calls “a refuge from the chaos of the city and my life." Dedivanovic enlisted the help of designer @ryankorban to transform the sleek and modern condo into a home that feels fresh and not overly decorated. “I wanted to channel the new generation’s interest in design and relationship to luxury as something that’s meant to be used and not put away on a shelf,” says Korban. “Mario is so young and successful, and he has such a lifestyle. I wanted it to feel aspirational and a little frivolous—things don’t always have to be so practical.” Take the home tour through the #linkinbio Photo by @franparente; text by @jenfernand 1606642955921973952_239180867

When he’s not jet-setting for celebrity clients like @kimkardashian and @chrissyteigen, celebrity makeup artist @makeupbymario retreats to a plush penthouse apartment on the Upper East Side that he calls “a refuge from the chaos of the city and my life." Dedivanovic enlisted the help of designer @ryankorban to transform the sleek and modern condo into a home that feels fresh and not overly decorated. “I wanted to channel the new generation’s interest in design and relationship to luxury as something that’s meant to be used and not put away on a shelf,” says Korban. “Mario is so young and successful, and he has such a lifestyle. I wanted it to feel aspirational and a little frivolous—things don’t always have to be so practical.” Take the home tour through the #linkinbioPhoto by @franparente; text by @jenfernand

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List archdigest's Instagram While many high school buildings might be rather bland from a design perspective, there are others that are veritable works of art—we wouldn’t blame you for mistaking them as universities, private homes, or even castles, in some cases. Grosse Pointe South in Michigan, for example, features a stunning Georgian Revival main building designed by Detroit-based architect George J. Haas. Feeling nostalgic for back-to-school season, we rounded up the most beautiful public high schools in every state of America. See if yours made the list through the #linkinbio Text by @stefaniewaldek 1606162739361661410_239180867

While many high school buildings might be rather bland from a design perspective, there are others that are veritable works of art—we wouldn’t blame you for mistaking them as universities, private homes, or even castles, in some cases. Grosse Pointe South in Michigan, for example, features a stunning Georgian Revival main building designed by Detroit-based architect George J. Haas. Feeling nostalgic for back-to-school season, we rounded up the most beautiful public high schools in every state of America. See if yours made the list through the #linkinbioText by @stefaniewaldek

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List archdigest's Instagram Noting her Upper East Side townhouse’s good bones, @barneysny fashion director @marinalarroude enlisted friend and designer @studiogiancarlovalle to help push her toward an aesthetic that’s both bold and playful. Art by Andy Warhol lends a graphic element to a stark space furnished with a vintage Gio Ponti mirror and an A. R. Cordemeijer daybed. To keep the modern aesthetic more approachable, Valle incorporated natural texture. “I’ve always loved the feel of sisal rugs,” says Larroudé. Take a look around the home through the #linkinbio Photo by @brookeholm; text by @jenfernand 1605984327955164869_239180867

Noting her Upper East Side townhouse’s good bones, @barneysny fashion director @marinalarroude enlisted friend and designer @studiogiancarlovalle to help push her toward an aesthetic that’s both bold and playful. Art by Andy Warhol lends a graphic element to a stark space furnished with a vintage Gio Ponti mirror and an A. R. Cordemeijer daybed. To keep the modern aesthetic more approachable, Valle incorporated natural texture. “I’ve always loved the feel of sisal rugs,” says Larroudé. Take a look around the home through the #linkinbioPhoto by @brookeholm; text by @jenfernand

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