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New York Design Hunting

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    A Tour Through Atlanta’s Bustling Design and Art SceneA student-photography show at the Savannah College of Art and Design, art-gallery openings, and much more. 
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    Where Joan Juliet Buck Binge-Watches Netflix Tour the former French Vogue editor’s Hell’s Kitchen loft.
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    Take a Rare Glimpse Inside the Art-Filled Homes of ArtistsA new book takes you inside the lofts, townhouses, and upstate retreats of Will Cotton, Rashid Johnson, and Marilyn Minter.
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    How a Photographer Transformed a Tiny, Oddly Shaped Rental Into a Welcoming HomeThis 400-square-foot apartment now feels like a living Cornell box.
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    Tour a Minimalist West Village Townhouse Built Around a Floating StaircaseSliding walls and hidden closets make for a very functional family home.
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    Tour the Ideal Seaside Bungalow-a-TerreInterior designer Wesley Moon has transformed this 550-square-foot studio in the Fire Island Pines.
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    How Two Upstate Poets Turned Their Garage Into a Seussian Writing StudioInside the award-winning Haffenden House, a three-story structure that looks like a hand-drawn rectangle dropped in the middle of a suburban neighborhood of clapboard Dutch Colonials.
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    How a Small-Space Expert Makes the Most of Her 450-Square-Foot Walk-UpTV producer Meaghan Kimball recently traded up from a 286-square-foot studio.
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    A Kitchen Renovation Inspired by the Owner’s Favorite RestaurantWriter Laura Neilson took design cues for her East Village apartment from her favorite restaurant, Lafayette.
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    How a Kitchen Renovation Turned Into an Apartment Overhaul, 30 Years LaterDesigner Joseph Lembo redoes a space he and a partner took on decades ago.
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    How a Manhattan Artist Created a Cabin in the SkyFor Christopher Russell, a family escape means commuting to the rooftop.
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    One Kings Lane Goes Brick-and-Mortar With This Shoppable Showroom“I wanted to create a space that would allow people to feel our brand and at the same time give people guidance in their design journey,” says co-founder Susan Feldman.
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    Tour a Luxurious New Hotel With an Industrial EdgeLong Island City’s Boro Hotel is a cement hideaway, opening this month.
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    Preview Quietly Striking Works From the Drawing Room Gallery’s Summer ShowAdam Bartos’s photos and Jack Youngerman’s birch sculptures will be on display in East Hampton.
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    This Site Will Let You Custom-Upholster Your Living Room With Photos of Your CatUpload your own design and Print All Over Me will plaster it over curtains, pillows, and beanbag chairs.
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    26 Delightful Discoveries From NYCxDESIGN WeekAn explosion of new talent and ideas that run the gamut from over-the-top wild and fun to serenely surreal and everything in between.
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    How a Young Interior Designer Made Over His First Solo ApartmentPatrick Mele’s Upper East Side one-bedroom is anything but fusty.
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    Preview One of the Most Exciting Shows From NYCxDESIGNDutch designer Piet Hein Eek’s “Wonder Room” lands at the Future Perfect.
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    Inside a Backyard Wonderland That’s Perfect for PartiesYou know that spring is finally here to stay when this musical couple throws a garden soiree.
  20. spring design
    18 Architects and Interior Designers on Their Favorite Rooms of All TimeThe New York residential spaces that have inspired them most over the years.
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    This DIY Décor Site Will Help You Revamp Your Room on the CheapFiona Byrne’s Roomers offers kicky design tips, from Etsy decals to poodle pillows.
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    Tour Brooklyn’s Most Exciting Design and Retail HubThe Industry City complex is in the middle of a renovation aimed at reenergizing local manufacturing.
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    How a Dark, Drab Co-op Got Completely Transformed for $15,000Two newlyweds turn to interior-design start-up Décor Aid.
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    See the Surprising, Majestic Interiors of 9 Landmarked New York BuildingsFrom a showcase at the New York School of Interior Design.
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    Inside Artist George Venson’s Pattern-Obsessed, Chinatown Studio Renovation“I knew I could just transform it into a little tree house.”
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    Inside Photographer Martyn Thompson’s Flower-Strewn Soho LoftA 2,350-square-foot festival of hot, juicy colors.
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    In the Studio With Broadway Costume Designer William Ivey LongBead boxes, rhinestone tights, and Chicago chorus boys.
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    How a Fifth Avenue Apartment Went From Drab to South BeachInterior designer Keith Lichtman created a boutique-hotel look in a 950-square-foot space.
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    Tour a Masterfully Redesigned Ladies’ Mile ApartmentA 2,200-square-foot space inside the historic O’Neill Building.
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    See Inside Furniture Restorer Christophe Pourny’s Manhattan ApartmentAfter a two-year-long gut renovation.
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    Plaster Paradise: Tour Artist Stephen Antonson’s New StudioYou’ll find Shakespeare with a pie in his face.
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    Tour the East Village Apartment of a Doll-Collecting Warhol AssociateWriter Beauregard Houston-Montgomery’s St. Marks Place railroad is filled with tulip chandeliers, Mia Farrow portraits, and more.
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    Tour a Luxe New Restaurant From Design Icons David Rockwell and Murray MossTheir first collaboration is the Puck Building’s Chefs Club by Food & Wine.
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    See Inside a Spectacular, Glass-Walled Tribeca Penthouse“It’s like being in Paris almost. I vastly prefer this to being on the 97th floor in something that looks at Kansas.”
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    Tour a Soho Loft That Grew Up With Its Occupants“Eighteen years later, doing this last bit is almost like the cherry on top of the sundae. Now every single part of the loft is being used as much as it possibly can be.”