Dining Rooms by the AD 100

private art collection with modernist aesthetic

Top designers and architects create perfect spaces for family dinners and entertaining.

“We created a modernist aesthetic that still expresses warmth,” designer Katherine Newman says of her Toronto house, which she renovated with her partner, architect Peter Cebulak. The dining room overlooks a garden. The painting is French Wig, 1998, by Gary Komarin. A 19th-century Russian crystal chandelier illuminates the ivory-lacquered table that she and Cebulak designed. (September 2005)

   

Articles

DINING ROOMS BY THE AD 100
Architectural Digest, February 2015

COVER STORY: THE ART ISSUE
CT Cottages & Gardens, November 2014

ART IN AMERICA
May 2008

ART IN AMERICA
July 2003

ART; PAINTINGS DO THE TALKING, WITHOUT TOO MANY SPECIFICS
The New York Times, February 2000

ARTS MAGAZINE
October 1979