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Alexandra Lange

June 20, 2005 | Great Rooms Special: Kitchens
The New Hearth

A Brooklyn family combines the modern—restaurant-supply metal— with the primal: one truly working fireplace.

June 20, 2005 | Great Rooms Special: Kitchens
Champagne and Mirrors

Glass countertops, glossy wood floors, and a silver sink: Miles Redd’s thirties-inspired version of the glamour kitchen.

June 20, 2005 | Great Rooms Special: Kitchens
Lean Cuisine

A seamless, stainless, hyper-minimalist space is the perfect non-cook’s companion.

April 18, 2005 | A Great Room
John Bartlett’s Beuys Life

“His rooms and vitrines have been things that I always wanted in my home. There’s something about his sensibility that is very masculine but very minimal, very neutral but with a military flavor.”

April 11, 2005 | Feature
Watch the Closing Door

And the in-floor Jacuzzi pit. And the see-through bathtub. And the wok hearth.

April 11, 2005 | Feature
Brooklyn Baroque

Who says you can’t put pagodas, Pucci ties, monkey wallpaper, a mannequin, and lots of stuffed animals all in the same house?

December 20, 2004 | It Happened This Year: A Guide to 2004
Grandstanding Architects Were Everywhere—But Only Some Could Build What They Grandstanded About.

The cautionary travails of Daniel Libeskind.

October 18, 2004 | Feature
This New House

Making the new MoMA was not only about containing the museum’s spectacular and growing collections. It was also about making a home for an ongoing argument about modern art. Decision by decision, this is how they did it.

October 11, 2004 | Feature
Design Scientist

Even retail guru Murray Moss—who uses his apartment as product lab—has learned to embrace a little tackiness.

October 11, 2004 | Feature
The Scavenger

For her clients, decorator Elaine Griffin buys antiques. For herself, she opts for burlap drapes and the Salvation Army.

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