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Italy’s Amalfi Coast has long been an attractive destination for travelers seeking sun and inspiring landscapes. The 30 miles of coast is a slice of idyllic beauty, where winding roads lead to historical villages, inviting town squares, pebbled bays, and hidden beaches. From Sorrento to Salerno, the palette of the Amalfi Coast is a rainbow to lift any spirits.
Kent, Connecticut | Ira Goldspiel & Steve Pener, William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty
Newport, Rhode Island | Kate Kirby Greenman, Gustave White Sotheby’s International Realty
There are few fantasies as appealing as making a home in a romantic villa in the South of France. With its proximity to the blue-green waters of the Mediterranean, rustling olive groves, revelatory seafood and wine, and historic villages that will win over even the most unsentimental traveler, the South of France is a popular destination for good reason. Thanks to a tranquil pace of life and picturesque seaside architecture, the South of France has a habit of charming all who venture to its shores.
Austin, Texas | Bridget Ramey, Kuper Sotheby’s International Realty
These six homes feature exceptional outdoor dining spaces, where every meal comes with a side of fresh air—not to mention views of vineyards, majestic mountains, and sparkling night skies.
Good design is no longer just about aesthetics—it’s also about considering the context in which a product is made. Ethical design embraces sustainability while going beyond it to consider a product’s social impact, which includes the diversity of representation and even the treatment of employees within design firms and manufacturing companies. As designers and homeowners alike become more concerned about ethical design, the industry is responding by establishing clear standards for planning and production.
Sotheby’s recently announced that they will be offering The Clyman Fang Head – one of the most important works of African Art ever to appear at auction – in their Contemporary Art Evening Auction to be held in New York the week of June 29th.
Hidden at the end of a gated private drive, on 2.2 idyllic acres near downtown Greenwich, this light-filled 5,337-square-foot residence exemplifies the timeless classicism and symmetry of East Coast Colonial style. A thoughtful renovation has created a home with light-filled interiors boasting a sophisticated minimalist hue that is both stylish and soothingly serene.
Antwerp, Belgium | Talia Werner, Antwerp Sotheby’s International Realty