AD’s Editor in Chief Gives a Glimpse of June Issue

AD’s Editor in Chief Gives a Glimpse of June Issue – Amy Astley, Architectural Digest’s Editor in Chief tells us why is June issue something you can’t miss.

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“I know of a cure for everything: saltwater…sweat, or tears, or the salt sea.” —Isak Dinesen

“Although we edit each issue of AD with a distinct preference for a lot of visual variety, in the June edition (themed “country houses and weekend escapes”) I really just want to see water—water everywhere. I know I’m not unique in this summertime desire, so the exceptional houses featured this month deliver glorious aquatic views and, accordingly, Dinesen-esque catharsis for their fortunate owners and our readers.”

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“But H2O is where the similarities end, as each of these residences is wholly sui generis. Perched on a rocky outcropping in the Pacific in Carmel, California, architect Frank Wynkoop’s 1951 Butterfly House marries classic midcentury modernism with completely current interior design.”

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“A grand 1903 “cottage” on the Atlantic in historic Watch Hill, Rhode Island, is now laden with an unexpected trove of contemporary creations by of-the-moment designers Faye Toogood, Rick Owens, Apparatus, and Dimore Studio.”

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“We visit a once-neglected Marcel Breuer masterpiece with sweeping Hudson River views that has been lovingly restored by the new owners. (The architect, who considered it one of his finest works, would approve.)”

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“Elsewhere, a traditional shingled beauty at the edge of a salt marsh in Nantucket is surely one of the prettiest houses AD has ever photographed; and we wrap up our tour at a onetime Boy Scout camp on a Wisconsin lake that’s now the dreamy getaway for one lucky Chicago family. But if you prefer to stay on dry land, step into the loft of television’s favorite fixer, Liev Schreiber, and experience old-school New York City—a totally different kind of cure.”

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Source: Architectural Digest