White Webb’s Intaglio Launches at Tom Swope Gallery

Matthew White and Frank Webb are excited to announce that their Intaglio collection will now be represented on the east coast at Tom Swope Gallery in Hudson, New York.

The Intaglio collection, a much-heralded furniture and decorative objects collection, utilizes hyper-enlarged antique engravings to create strikingly graphic pieces, which reflect White Webb’s unique blend of classicism and modernism.…

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Design Where it’s Needed Most

Every designer dreams of creating interiors filled with superb art, museum-quality antiques and sumptuous materials. That revelation shouldn’t come as a shock. After all, it’s no secret that interior design is a luxury business.

While it is true that people of modest means do not typically hire interior designers, we feel strongly that well-designed surroundings should be available to all.…

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For Design Drama, Stay Tuned!

Great interiors are often inspired by art, antiques or architecture, but a TV series? When Metropolitan Home, the top authority on modern design, and Showtime, the cutting-edge cable television network, join forces, that’s exactly what will happen. Bring in six of the country’s top interior designers and you have a show house like no other.…

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White Webb Designs Rooms at the Venerable Carlyle Hotel

The Carlyle Hotel, center of urban elegance for more than seven decades, will receive a stylish redo by Matthew White and Frank Webb. Abuzz with the history of Bobby Short, Jackie O and thousands of other luminaries who have passed through its halls, the Carlyle occupies a special place in the top tier of international hotels.…

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White Webb Designs Architectural Digest Greenroom at the 58th Annual Primetime Emmy® Awards

North Hollywood, California, August 1, 2006–Architectural Digest, the world’s definitive design magazine, has selected AD100 designer Matthew White and Frank Webb of White Webb, LLC to create the signature Architectural Digest Greenroom at the 58th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, it was announced today by Amy R. Churgin, vice president and publisher, Architectural Digest.…

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