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La Grenouille’s Garret
Atop the storied restaurant is a studio that looks far more Montparnasse than midtown.
Hollywood and Bleecker
A Baker's Dream
It’s easy enough to find a large apartment in New York, but one with a spacious eat-in kitchen with tons of natural light, in a prewar, no less—that's another story.
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Space of the Week: Candy Land
Inside the converted-mint-factory home of one design-guru couple.
Space of the Week: A Firehouse, Revisited
Architect Rafael de Cárdenas’s overhaul of a city landmark.
At home with Picasso biographer Sir John Richardson.
First Look: An American Artist
A sneak peek of new artworks by Gloria Vanderbilt.
Space of the Week: Office Job
Inside the compact Soho workspace of Cary Leitzes.
Space of the Week: On Display
Interior designer Scott Sanders has his way with a West Village model apartment.
Space of the Week: A Creaky-Floored Gem
Tom Beebe moves exactly 268 steps from his old West Village apartment into a garden hideaway.
Space of the Week: A Transformation in Tribeca
Designer Laser Rosenberg gives a once-uninhabitable loft an extreme makeover.
Space of the Week: Welcome to the Clubhouse
A Lower East Side artist space that multitasks.
Space of the Week: Maxing Out the Micro-Unit
Tour a new crop of teeny-tiny furnished apartments in Harlem.
Space of the Week: Home Work
John Eaton’s simple, elegant redo of Bobbi Brown’s Soho headquarters.
Space of the Week: Signature Scents
The Dumbo studio where Maria McElroy serves up homemade perfume and Japanese tea.
The Micro Walk-Up
A Dutch designer’s space-saving solutions for her 350-square-foot apartment.
Architect Ricardo Legorreta’s work is bold, sensual, and the last thing you’d expect to find in one of the Upper West Side’s most genteel buildings.
Space of the Week: All That Glitters
The Tiffany & Co. Foundation Gallery at the Museum of the City of New York, designed by William T. Georgis Architects, opened this week with a dazzling exhibition, “Gilded New York.” Here, some of the treasures on display.
What’s better than a rooftop pool? One that can be heated to 104 degrees for a mid-January dip.