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Sotheby’s Art & Home Summer 2017

Inside This Issue

Stylish Glass Homes with Beautiful Views

For the past sixteen years, Thomas Roszak and his family have lived in a glass home of his own design. A Chicago, Illinois-based architect, Roszak built his house in the city’s suburbs, siting it on an acre of land surrounded by maples, oaks and honey locusts to protect its residents from prying eyes and the occasional overabundance of sun.

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At Home with Art: Timothy Corrigan on the Pursuit of Elegance

In 1997, Los Angeles native Timothy Corrigan left a successful career in advertising to realize his lifelong dream of opening an interior design firm in his hometown.

Gaggenau: Serving Up Design

As a domestic command center and haven of hospitality, the contemporary kitchen should be as welcoming as it is practical – not an easy feat, considering the various appliances required to run it.

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Tommy Hilfiger: In Conversation

In New York in 1985, Tommy Hilfiger established a clothing label that defined an era. At the very same time Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat began working together on collaborative paintings; works that united two of the most influential artistic voices of the second half of the 20th Century.

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Inside the Restoration Hardware: CEO’s Luxurious Wide Country Estate

Finding a truly complete property – one that requires no renovating or decorating – is an absolute rarity. As Gary Friedman, chairman and CEO of luxury home furnishings giant Restoration Hardware (RH), notes.

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