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An Exhibition on Victor Hugo Shows the Novelist’s Massive Influence in...

Victor Hugo's name has deservedly been attached to the cry for social justice. Indeed, with such socially charged books such as Les Misérables (1863)...

A Very Scary IKEA Recall + 4 More Clever Finds

Here at Clever, we’re all about finding the good stuff—unexpected decorating ideas, day-brightening accents and furnishings, news you need to know—and then delivering that...

Isabelle Stanislas Tapped to Redecorate Paris’s Iconic Élysée Palace

It’s not every day that one of the hottest tastemakers around gets a crack at one of the world’s most famous homes. “It’s once...

Airstream Renovation Don’ts: 4 Reasons to Think Twice Before Buying and...

In the five years since Kate Oliver and Ellen Prasse decided to quit their jobs, sell their house, hit the road, and start an...

Shannon Maldonado Moved Home, Downsized, and Started Her Own Business (and...

We're big fans of Yowie, a Philly-based retail shop selling everything from art to skateboard decks and ceramics, and were inspired to learn how...

Tour All Square, a Grilled Cheese Restaurant That Blends Neon Lighting...

When designing a new craft grilled-cheese restaurant in Minneapolis, architects Nicole McIntosh and Jonathan Louie of Architecture Office had to get creative. First there...

Carole Baijings of Dutch Firm Scholten & Baijings Talks Process Ahead...

"We thought, why don't we try to really translate the cardboard look and feel to porcelain," says Carole Baijings, standing in front of several...

Patrick Seguin: Prouvé, Royère, and Collecting Friends

Patrick Seguin, the charismatic French gallery owner, is somewhat of an anomaly in the world of art and design: neither fish nor fowl; someone...

A Beanbag Sofa Will Make All Your Teenage Dreams Come True

Somewhere between a beanbag and a platform sofa is pretty much our ideal seating option: the beanbag sofa. In many ways it is merely...

Prada Invites Three Female Architects to Re-imagine Their Signature Bag

When Miuccia Prada took over her grandfather's leather-goods shop in 1978, she came armed with a radical idea: industrial nylon—the same material employed by...

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