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Architectural Digest celebrates its 100 years in 2020 and already unveiled us that its January issue is going to mark the magazine’s century of taking readers inside the best interior designers, projects, interior decoration, architecture, and landscape design.
This collector’s issue – AD 100, A Century of Style – spotlights a century of the world’s most alluring homes and gardens with its AD100 list noting the best in architecture and design. The list appeals to both industry professionals and consumers seeking designers and architects for their projects.
This section focuses on Architectural Digest archives, taking its readers on a nostalgic journey into the past by showing them iconic rooms featured in the magazine. Below you can see Marlene Dietrich in the lounge of her Elsie de Wolfe–designed Beverly Hills home in the 1930s.
Photo: © Paramount Pictures/Margaret Herrick Library, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
An article about Jacques Grange’s apartment in Paris formerly belonged to the well-known writer, Colette. It will tell you the story how Jacques get to purchased the apartment and how he decorated it.
Architectural Digest first appearances of architects and designers in the magazine. Here we highlight Martin Brudnizki Design Studio with its eccentric and decadent designs.
This section sums up 2019’s top masters of architecture and interior design. Here you can find names as Ellie Cullman, Frank Gehry, and Thierry Despont Ltd.
Architectural Digest, alongside its print edition, will build out exclusive digital packages and a series of social videos set to launch in January.
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