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- Corporate body
- Rouse Company established in 1939 and was purchased by General Growth Properties Inc. in 2004.
Rouse Company was an American real estate development and management firm based in Columbia, Maryland, founded by James W. Rouse in 1939. The company specialized in developing suburban enclosed-malls and planned communities. It was one of the largest publicly held firms of its kind in the U.S. until 2004, when it was purchased by General Growth Properties Inc.
- Active from 1968 onward
The Woolners graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1968 and worked for various architects in California before returning east to build their own house.
Carleton Varney is the president/owner of Dorothy Draper & Co. Inc., the oldest interior design firm in the U.S. that was founded in 1923 by interior design icon Dorothy Draper. Varney is considered to be one of America’s most famous interior designers with projects across the country and around the world for high-profile clients.
- 1932 - 1998
Hoglund studied at The Stockholm School of Art, Craft and Design from 1948-53 and went on to revolutionize the art of Swedish Glass. Between 1953 through 1973 he collaborated with Boda Glasswork and continued to partner with other artists thereafter. In the late 1970s, he began teaching at the Pilchuck Glass School in Seattle and lecturing across the United States.
- Active from early 1980s
Lynden B. Miller is a garden designer best known for her New York City landscape creations including the Conservatory Garden in Central Park and works in Bryant Park, the New York BotanicalGarden, Columbia University’s campus, and many more.
- 1934 - 2013
Robert Warren Dash was an impressionist painter whose work is featured in collections at the Modern Art Museum in Munich, the Guggenheim Museum, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Philadelphia Museum of Fine Arts, and the Corcoran Gallery. He is also known for the Madoo Conservancy, a 2 acre organic garden in Sagaponack that has been recognized by National Geographic as one of North America’s best “secret” gardens.
- Architectural Firm
Robert A.M. Stern (1939-) is a renowned American postmodern architect and architectural historian. He is the the founder of the firm Robert A.M. Stern Architects, which was established in 1977 in New York City. From 1969-1977, Stern was partnered with fellow Yale alum John S. Hagmann at their firm Stern and Hagmann.
- 1928 - 1978
Interior design and decoration
- 1953- Present
Features erotic photographs of women. Covers all the interests in men's lives, including fashion, entertainment, music, and sports cars.
- 1896 - Present
Illustrates and illuminates all matters of domestic style, while offering budget-conscious solutions.
- 1934 - Present
Features articles on interior design and decoration as well as covers food and wine, travel, outdoor living, antiques, as well as current exhibitions.
- 198? - ?
Offers ideas in the areas of interior design, architecture and garden design, as well as expert advice on antiques and art. Covers articles on fine food and entertaining, etiquette and traditions.
- 1979 - 2009
Discusses home decorating, antique collecting, gardening, and cooking for homeowners who enjoy the country way of life.
- 1978 - Present
Provides readers with the inspiration and the confidence they need to pursue their passions and create a comfortable, satisfying life for them and their families.
- 1960 - 2002
Contains practical and timely advice on travel, health, and personal finances for men and women from age 50 to retirement.
- 1986 - 198?
Crafts with Simplicity was a quarterly publication that featured needlework and crafts from Simplicity Pattern Company, Inc.
- Architectural Firm
- 1966 to present
Founded in 1968, Gwathmey Siegel Kaufman Architects is a New York-based firm offering master planning, architectural, interior and product design services.
In 1982, Gwathmey Siegel Kaufman received the American Institute of Architects’ highest honor-the Firm Award-for “approaching every project with a fresh eye, a meticulous attention to detail, a keen appreciation for environmental and economic concerns and a strong belief in collaborative effort.”