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  1. space of the week
    An Urgent — But Expert — Renovation of a Prewar ApartmentA couple planned on upgrading their Financial District home down the road, but then a section of bathroom tile came crashing down: The time had come.
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    A 19th-Century Brooklyn Townhouse With Beautiful BonesInterior designer Shanti Crawford renewed the grandeur of an 1860s Clinton Hill home for a family with young kids.
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    A 1918 Studio Transformed Into a Modernist OasisThe renovation of this apartment in a Tudor-style building involved gutting everything except its spectacular original wood-burning fireplace.
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    This Brooklyn Brownstone Renovation Is a Minimalist Melting PotA Clinton Hill townhouse that mixes pared-down design with a blend of cultural influences.
  5. 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.
  6. space of the week
    An Artist-Architect Breathes New Life Into a Brooklyn Row HouseShane Neufeld’s year-old firm recently completed its first major project — the renovation of a dilapidated home in Bed-Stuy for his family.
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    A Not-So-Traditional Update for an Upper West Side TownhouseThis triplex got an airy, modern renovation that still preserves touches of history.
  8. space of the week
    A Landmarked 19th-Century Brownstone Gets a Sunny RefreshThe renovation, led by architect Alexandra Barker, focused on reinstating the magnificence of the Italianate home while adding fresh panache.
  9. design hunting
    A Sunny and Modern Beach House in Breezy Point, 5 Years After Hurricane SandyFive years ago, Hurricane Sandy devastated Breezy Point, Queens, but new signs of life and revitalization are everywhere.
  10. design hunting
    Rebuilt and Pared Down, This Brooklyn Brownstone Still Feels Like a ClassicA classic townhouse layout updated with modern structural underpinnings and an opened-up kitchen.
  11. design hunting
    A 19th-Century Brooklyn Townhouse Gets an Ultra-Mod RenovationThis Bed-Stuy home was remade with space-age bookcases and a stone plunge pool.
  12. ask the experts
    A Contractor-Matchmaker Shares Her Renovation Advice“If your dream is to luxuriate in your tub on weekends, spend on the best tub you can afford — then don’t buy the Lutron light fixtures.”
  13. space of the week
    A Prewar Apartment Gets an All-Out Modern RenovationThis couple lived in an un-renovated apartment for a decade. After a chance encounter at a dinner party, they finally decided to remodel.
  14. space of the week
    Inside an Airy, DIY Renovation in the CatskillsHow an artist and a fashion designer redid their house like a couple of pros.
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    How a 19th-Century Townhouse Nearly Tripled in Size Without Losing Its CharmRevamp Interior Design’s gut renovation included adding a third story that stayed true to the original design.
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    Inside a Bright and Cheerful Renovation in BrooklynFilmmaker Mollie Goldstein debated whether to sell or upgrade her steadily appreciating condo in Fort Greene. The renovation won out.
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    How a Long-Abandoned Country Home Got a ‘Cheap and Cheerful’ RenovationDesigner Chris Kraig gave a classic Greek revival in Otego, New York, a respectful makeover.
  18. tech and design 2016
    Tour a Forest Guesthouse That Sleeps 5, But Has No BedroomsSteven Holl saved a plot of land from development and built himself a high-tech experiment.
  19. design hunting
    Can You Guess Who Renovated This Bright, Bold Tile Bathroom?Clue: The current owner says that a London museum offered him $1 million for the shower. (He declined.)
  20. design hunting
    Tour a California-Style Indoor-Outdoor Home in the Middle of ManhattanEveryone loves a terrace. So why not turn the whole living room into one?
  21. design hunting
    How to Host a Dinner Party for 40 in a New York City ApartmentGallerist Simon Preston renovated his Lower East Side apartment with entertaining in mind.
  22. design hunting
    This Designer Loves His Apartment So Much That He’s Transplanting It 4 Floors UpThe only thing that left Joe Serrins disappointed about his home was the view (meh) and the light (ditto). He plans to reproduce the place verbatim.
  23. design hunting
    How a Bland Postwar 3-Bedroom Turned Into a 1-Bedroom Pink ExtravaganzaConsider it upscaling while downscaling.
  24. space of the week
    Tour a Very Innovative Townhouse Renovation in WilliamsburgBergen Street Studio created an inside-out staircase.
  25. space of the week
    This Airy Townhouse Is Actually Only 11 Feet WideA new architecture firm’s first project: an extremely narrow Fort Greene home.
  26. great room
    A Clinton Hill Carriage House Gets an Uncommonly Vibrant TransformationA signature orange tint covers façades throughout the entire space.
  27. space of the week
    A Brooklyn Row House Gets a Modern Update, But Keeps the Historic CharmArchitect Alexandra Barker combined the best of both worlds in this project. 
  28. space of the week
    How a Simple Bathroom Renovation Turned Into an Entire Apartment OverhaulArchitect Aaron Korntreger ended up redoing this whole Greenwich Village loft.
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    The Architect Who Did a Gut Job on Her Already-Renovated ApartmentWhen Winka Dubbeldam bought an apartment in One Brooklyn Bridge Park, she thought that she had it made — no reno required. Then she thought again.
  30. design hunting
    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.
  31. design hunting
    How a Converted Brooklyn Factory Turned Into a Family HomeThe challenge was too hard for Uhuru designers Bill Hilgendorf and Maria Cristina Rueda to resist.
  32. design hunting
    Tour a Masterfully Redesigned Ladies’ Mile ApartmentA 2,200-square-foot space inside the historic O’Neill Building.