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  1. space of the week
    A 19th-Century Firehouse Converted Into a Sleek, Modern HomeThe history of this three-story renovation in Boerum Hill starts with the Civil War and ends with a rooftop archery range and Japanese soaking tub.
  2. space of the week
    An Architect’s Love for Nature and LightSteven Holl, famous for his behemoth buildings across the globe, gives us an intimate view into where his heart lies with his new book.
  3. This Artist Blows Glass Into Surreal, Organic SculpturesJeff Zimmerman’s sculptures seem to drip and ooze, even in cold glass form.
  4. space of the week
    An Upper East Side Home With a Few Hidden AssetsDesign duo Fiona Sanipelli and Gregory Bugel took creative license to create a few surprises in this floor-through pied-à-terre.
  5. space of the week
    A New Condo Building Steeped in Art Deco TraditionThe Fitzroy, Roman and Williams’s third from-the-ground-up project, reflects the city’s architectural history.
  6. space of the week
    A Bachelor Pad Gets Ready for the FutureIn this gut renovation, two apartments became one freshly minted 4,000-square-foot, four-bedroom loft.
  7. in memoriam
    Remembering the ‘Prince of Chintz,’ a Master Decorator Who Loved the RidiculousMario Buatta created the sublime and loved the ridiculous.
  8. space of the week
    An Upper East Side Home That Avoids the Pitfalls of So-Called Luxury BuildingsRevamp Interior Design’s problem-solving skills are on display in one of their latest projects, a condo for a family with four kids.
  9. space of the week
    An Updated Brooklyn Rowhouse That Preserves the Wildness Out BackThe elegantly lush backyard is very much the centerpiece of this Cobble Hill home.
  10. interior lives
    This Cobble Hill Townhouse Has a Two-Story Bookshelf, Moon Light, Climbing WallWith the collaboration of Leroy Street Studio and Brook Landscape, Olivia Song has created an oasis for her husband and two young boys.
  11. space of the week
    A Bachelorette Loft Goes BachelorKismet played a role in creative director–designer Justin von der Fehr’s Bowery loft, which he found hours after he learned he had to move.
  12. beginnings
    I Love Interior Design Because of My MotherShe taught me the value of decorating a home with authenticity.
  13. interior lives
    This All-Black Boerum Hill Firehouse Has a Live-in Archery RangeJulian LaVerdiere and Erica Hohf have transformed the second story into their home, fit with an archery range, Japanese soaking tub, and terrace.
  14. from the archives
    Revisiting Some of the Most Memorable Homes Wendy Goodman Ever ScoutedOn the occasion of her memoir, our design editor recalls a few of her greatest hits.
  15. Gloria Vanderbilt Reveals the Inside of Her Upper East Side HomeAlong with some thoughts on why Instagram is just so ghastly!
  16. fall design
    A Park Avenue Apartment Where an Influential Decorator Left His MarkFrom the oxblood paint to the Gracie custom wallpaper, Mark Hampton’s presence is still alive and well.
  17. The 100-Year-Old Hidden Castle Tower in NYC Where AMC’s CEO Lets Down His HairBecause flat walls are for squares.
  18. fall design
    A Soho Loft That Still Feels Like a Soho LoftOther than adding a kitchen and a bathroom, the artist Dorothea Rockburne hasn’t done much to the place since she moved in more than forty years ago.
  19. fall design
    A Harlem Prewar Apartment Stripped to Its Original StateThe only thing that’s changed since 1971 in Lana Turner’s home is the number of hats (600), gloves (365), shoes (312), and books (too many to count).
  20. fall design
    A Gilded Age Bedroom That Still Smells Like 1893The Players social club has a secret nook: where Edwin Booth, the actor and brother of Lincoln’s assassin, lived until his death.
  21. fall design
    A Classic Sixties Spread in GramercyPhotographer Duane Michals’s floor-through is filled with friends’ artwork and junk-shop finds from the past 53 years.
  22. space of the week
    A Gramercy Park Flat Designed Around LightNathan Orsman, the design world’s art lighting guru, opted for low-key glamour for his one-bedroom apartment.
  23. Inside a Design Icon’s Colonial Castle Where Snow White’s Dwarfs May Have Died“It was red, but my immediate reaction was with those glass windows, it’s Snow White. This is fairy-tale architecture.”
  24. space of the week
    A Sunny California Cottage Filled With Vintage DécorWhen Corre Larkin started furnishing her family’s new house in Newport Beach with lots of antiques, her inner decorator took hold.
  25. space of the week
    An Oslo Home With a Peach-Pink PaletteA Norwegian family turns its back on all-white-everything.
  26. space of the week
    A Country Oasis With Room to GrowA minimalist renovation turns an 1850s barn into a true rural retreat.
  27. Inside Aelfie’s Eclectic Williamsburg LoftFollow along as our design editor, Wendy Goodman, reveals one of the most smartly curated and vibrant spaces that embraces color with no hesitation.
  28. space of the week
    A Chelsea Penthouse Where Color Takes Center StageDesigners Francis Nicdao and Andrew Sheinman created a rainbow-bright interior for a young family’s glass-walled duplex.
  29. original video
    If You Like Black, White, and Minimalism, You’ll Love this Tribeca LoftHere’s what happens when minimalism meets Danish design.
  30. space of the week
    A Former Brewery Gets Transformed Into a Magnificent Family HomeArchitect and designer Jeffery Povero transformed the good bones of a gracious loft into a welcoming space for a couple with two young children.
  31. space of the week
    Inside Asbury Park’s Luxurious New Beachfront ResortThe 17-story tower features interior aesthetics that embrace modern, pared-down living drenched in ocean views, natural light, and sea breezes.
  32. Interior Lives: This Upper East Side Apartment Is a Living Work of ArtCome for the dancing vase, stay for the Peter Gabriel anecdote.
  33. space of the week
    An Interior Designer’s Unharried Office-Home in Annie Hall’s Old BuildingCarolina von Humboldt occupies spaces on two floors of the 1910 Upper East Side Beaux-Arts mansion where the film’s titular character lived.
  34. space of the week
    An Old-Fashioned Fixer-Upper That Was Untouched for DecadesA designer and his husband fell in love with an alluring 1922 Colonial in Bronxville that they knew needed work — they just didn’t know how much.
  35. space of the week
    A Tribeca Condo Where Playful Glamour Meets Graphic ContentInterior designer Jessica Ayromloo combined a clean, contemporary black-and-white palette with a side of color and a riff on Memphis design.
  36. space of the week
    This Brooklyn Brownstone Renovation Is a Minimalist Melting PotA Clinton Hill townhouse that mixes pared-down design with a blend of cultural influences.
  37. space of the week
    Preview an Immersive Installation of Contemporary Queer ArtworkTextile artist Liz Collins curated portraits by 95 queer artists to create an totally transformative experience.
  38. space of the week
    12 Highlights From Design Week in New YorkFrom the International Contemporary Furniture Fair to Sight Unseen, and the venues in between.
  39. space of the week
    An Airy, Modern Home in a 19th-Century Bread FactoryIt’s not often that a renovation, even a gut, entails this dramatic a change.
  40. space of the week
    An Upper East Side Townhouse Transformed by 22 Top Architects and DesignersThe challenge: Turn a blank slate into a high-design home. In eight weeks. For charity. Two designers explain their creative processes.
  41. space of the week
    The Tribeca Loft That Doubles As a Design ShowroomDanish Brand Vipp’s third-generation owners live in a loft with their wares on display.
  42. space of the week
    12 Dazzling Moments at the Milan Furniture FairThis year’s Salone del Mobile was the most energized, bountiful, and populated of design happenings in recent memory.
  43. spring design
    An Artist’s Apartment Where Just About Everything Is on Exhibit“Rooms can become livable works of art,” says Doug Meyer.
  44. spring design
    A Sculptor’s Colorful Live-Work Space, Hidden Behind a Garage FacadeThe nondescript brick exterior of artist Leonardo Drew’s studio gives no hint of what’s inside.
  45. spring design
    A Central Park South Apartment That’s Equal Parts Gallery and HomeWhile the goal was to highlight the clients’ art collection, the designers didn’t want to “create a typical white-box Chelsea-gallery aesthetic.”
  46. behind the scenes
    See the Extravagant Rockefeller Knickknacks That Are About to Go on AuctionPreview the poodles and Roman busts from Peggy and David Rockefeller’s townhouse and various country estates, available at Christie’s starting May 8.
  47. space of the week
    A Downtown Loft That Embraces Its Wood AccentsDesigner Laura Santos decorated a Tribeca apartment for clients who played up the previous owners’ wood-centric architecture.
  48. closings
    Iconic Textile Designer Madeline Weinrib Is Closing After 20 Years“This has been an enormous decision,” she says.
  49. space of the week
    Inside a Creative Retail Master’s Charming New ShopRugs, furniture, fabric, and wall coverings are all on plentiful display in John Derian’s newest digs, where what’s old is new again.
  50. space of the week
    The Philanthropist Couple Who Built One of the Most Original Houses in AmericaDominique and John de Menil were patrons of the arts, founders of the Menil Collection museum, and early champions of Modernist architecture.
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