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Alexandra Lange

October 11, 2004 | Feature
His Piano, Her Apartment

In Rafael and Diana Viñoly's new loft, the architect was more than happy to leave almost everything up to his wife, the decorator.

May 3, 2004 | Feature
New Improved Brooklyn

A glittering skyline, waterfront condos, new jobs, Frank Gehry buildings galore: Brooklyn is on the verge of a makeover even more extreme than you thought, re-creating itself in Manhattan’s image. What’s wrong with this picture?

September 22, 2003 | Feature
Roses Are Redd

And blues are, too. Designer Miles Redd applies his genius for color—on walls, on floors, and in the objets that he finds—to transform two young Manhattanites’ apartments.

June 30, 2003 | Summer Fun
Do The Dia

After a spring of being queued, herded, and rushed through blockbuster art shows (Matisse-Picasso, Manet-Velazquez, and Leonardo), the first thing a visitor to Dia:Beacon will notice is space—at 240,000 square feet, the Chelsea-based museum’s new Hudson branch couldn’t get crowded if it tried.

February 17, 2003 | Feature
Picasso vs. Matisse: MoMA's Subway Series

The battle of the titans of twentieth-century art is taking place in Long Island City, which brings up a new issue: Which is New York's left bank?

June 17, 2002 | Feature
Queens Modern

For two decades, Long Island City has been a destination for the art crowd, who flocked to cutting-edge showcases like P.S.1. But with MOMA moving in, the neighborhood is seriously heating up -- and, as partisans like to point out, it's closer to midtown than Chelsea is. Plus: A user's guide to LIC.

November 13, 2000 | Feature
Design: Milton Glaser's Telltale . . .
September 11, 2000 | Feature
Fall Preview: Books
August 28, 2000 | Feature
Design: Logo Motives

The Whitney's new identity makeover plasters letterhead, cards, and shopping bags with an "almost embarrassingly confident" new typeface.

March 27, 2000 | Feature
See the Sites

Log on to the new e-style with interior designer Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz as he furnishes an entire loft in just under three hours.