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A Roundup of New York Design News The latest sales, interior-design events, and industry affairs.
The Turrets of New York — and the People Who Inhabit Them A survey of the city’s tiny medieval towers on the Upper West Side, in Crown Heights, and on Staten Island.
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A Tribeca Loft With African Touches and Lots of Light When an interior designer and her husband moved to New York, they found a huge apartment in a 19th-century building that was almost perfect.
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A Designer’s Beloved Dollhouse, and Her Cherished 475-Square-Foot Studio For Susannah Talley, downsizing took on new meaning after moving to a tiny New York apartment and restoring an abandoned dollhouse.
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A Mid-Century Relic Gets a Modern, Functional Refresh An apartment in a 1950s-era West Village building hadn’t been touched in decades. Architect Michael K. Chen opened it up and brought fresh light in.
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Tour a New York Rarity: A (Mostly) Untouched Artist’s Loft Taken with the endless possibilities of a 4,000-square-foot space, decorator Cheryl Mowinckel did what most people can’t: She left it alone — almost.
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A Design Insider’s Striking Loft in the Bronx In Rio Hamilton’s home, luxurious design meets industrial history.
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A Landmarked 19th-Century Brownstone Gets a Sunny Refresh The renovation, led by architect Alexandra Barker, focused on reinstating the magnificence of the Italianate home while adding fresh panache.
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A Williamsburg Loft Gets an Elegant Makeover — and a Beach-Inspired Kitchen After 16 years, Hilary’s Park’s apartment had gone from airy to claustrophobic. She turned to Homepolish to instill a new sense of order.
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Remembering Anne Slater, Queen of Uptown In her signature blue glasses, she epitomized style.
design hunting
A Futuristic-Looking Brooklyn Loft That’s Steeped in Nostalgia Designer Jenny Kirschner doesn’t believe in walls.
What Is ‘Freakebana’? A New Style of Arranging Flowers Off-the-wall floral designs where almost no object is too low, or high, to qualify.
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The Exuberant Charms of a Paris Pied-à-Terre Inside a personal project by French designers Emil Humbert and Christophe Poyet — Poyet’s own apartment.
At Art Basel Miami, a Furniture Designer Explores the Female Body In Katie Stout’s furniture show, women assert ownership over their bodies.
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