Over 15,000 regional print subscribers will receive a complimentary copy of RESIDE® magazine in the print edition of The Wall Street Journal on Friday, October 18th.
In this edition of RESIDE, we announce the debut of our newest branch office on Old Main Street in Downtown Bellevue as we welcome new executives, brokers and fine properties that define Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty. We also talk to supermodel-turned-entrepreneur Miranda Kerr, explore cozy corners in large homes, meet the man behind a British fashion brand worn by Meghan Markle and Beyonce, look inside one of Rome’s most prestigious neighborhoods, and much more.
The publication is a first-of-its-kind, custom-publishing relationship between Sotheby’s International Realty Affiliates LLC and Dow Jones Media Group, which curates original lifestyle content that serves as a destination for connoisseurs of arts and culture, design and travel, fashion, food and beyond. We would like to acknowledge our premium advertiser Caliber Home Loans as their support is integral to the success of this issue of RESIDE Magazine.
From our home to yours, we invite you to experience RESIDE.
The Arts and Crafts movement, which started in the United Kingdom in the late 19th century, has had a lasting impact on home design. Its signature details can be seen in everything from English cottages and California lodges to bungalows and modern coastal architecture.
When the World Expo commences in Dubai in October 2020, all eyes will be on Dubai Creek Tower, Santiago Calatrava's latest masterpiece. The famed architect's observation tower is the centerpiece of the Dubai Creek Harbour luxury district.
Miranda Kerr’s home is her sanctuary. Her interior design style of choice is “contemporary with clean lines and timeless pieces,” she tells Reside®. The model and entrepreneur shares five of her favorite items at home.
Getting up close and personal with the art world’s biggest names is always a thrill; museums worldwide provide easy access to priceless works by the likes of Pablo Picasso, Georgia O’Keeffe, and Andy Warhol. But to really understand these masters, it’s best to check out the cities that nurtured and inspired them.