• Travelogue: Following The Tea Horse Trail to Tibetan Art

    Earlier this year, PAGODA RED founder, Betsy Nathan took her 12 year-old son Levi on a solo trip to China. The pair hiked a small portion of the Tea Horse…

  • In the Press: Treasure Trove Part 1

    The recently remodeled North Shore home of PAGODA RED founder Betsy Nathan, and husband Daniel Goldberg, was featured in the March/April issue of Luxe Magazine. The project was a collaboration…

  • Kengo Kuma: Redefining Light

    Here at PAGODA RED, we are always on the lookout for design projects that re-use architectural elements in innovative ways. Handmade Chinese roof tiles are among our favorite such materials,…

  • Emily Mackie: The Design Whisperer

    According to Emily Mackie of Inspired Interiors, the design world is full of people who are skilled at making things pretty. Though the spaces Emily creates are certainly beautiful, she…

  • Mario Aranda: An Artist’s Approach

    Mario Aranda is an artist and go-to designer for tastemakers—perhaps best know for shaping the look of renown Chicago fashion boutique, Ikram. Having studied art, architecture and design, Mario says…

  • Mark D. Sikes: Mastering Blue and White

    We’ve long admired the work of interior designer Mark D. Sikes. Besides producing beautiful, timeless interiors, the prolific creative is an esteemed author and furniture designer, who recently launched his…

  • Design Diary: Asia Week New York 2018

    Every spring, New York hosts Asia Week, a 10-day celebration of eastern art and culture. Collectors and curators descend on the city to visit galleries, make the museum rounds, and…

  • In The Press: Betsy Nathan in Architectural Digest

    PAGODA RED founder Betsy Nathan was thrilled to take part in AD PRO’s Designer Takeover, which invites members of the design world to tell their personal stories. Betsy shared memories and…

  • Tilescapes: Designing with Roof Tiles

    Ceramic roof tiles have been used in China for thousands of years. Practically, they’re long-wearing, water-resistant, fireproof, and they can be stacked in endless combinations. Symbolically, they’re associated with dragon’s…

  • Nora Schneider: A Study In Contrasts

    “I always say opposites attract, and that informs all of my design decisions,” explains interior designer Nora Schneider. “It’s what I most love to do, I love dichotomies.” Call it…

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