DECASO co-founder Anna Brockway and Architectural Digest’s West Coast Editor, Mayer Rus, co-hosted an intimate dinner at the home of beloved celebrity designer, Martyn Lawrence Bullard, to celebrate the launch of DECASO and kick off Modernism Week in style. Martyn and his husband, property developer, Michael Green, opened their Palm Springs hideaway for a fantastic evening with top designers and architects who dined poolside under the starry Coachella skies.
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Palm Springs’ Modernism Week (February 16-26) is underway. Each February, roughly 75,000 people head to Palm Springs for the annual celebration of Mid-century Modern design, art, architecture, and culture. Often considered the modernist mecca, Palm Springs is the perfect setting to highlight the Modernism movement: iconic architecture and design abound by visionaries like Albert Frey, John Lautner and William Cody. Read on below for our favorite can’t-miss events this year. Read More
Peter Pap has been a collector of distinctive antique rugs since 1976. With galleries in San Francisco and Dublin, New Hampshire, Peter is widely recognized as a foremost expert in Oriental rugs, carpets and tribal weavings. He has participated in the country’s top antiques shows, including the renowned New York Winter Antiques Show, where he has consistently been the only antiques rug dealer featured. Peter has also been profiled in publications such as The New York Times and House Beautiful, and has been a guest appraiser on PBS’s Antiques Roadshow.