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David Colman

October 20, 2008 |
Kind of Feels Like California, Doesn’t It?

Except it’s on lower Fifth Avenue.

May 19, 2008 |
Eleven TVs. A White Lacquered Ceiling. No Bookshelves.

MISSION STATEMENT: “Everything was about not obstructing the view.

October 29, 2007 |
25 More Design Luminaries

We could have filled 1,000 pages with New York’s living design innovators, but there are space limits. Here, in brief, another 25 crucial names.

October 29, 2007
Design Revolutionaries

Here, we pay tribute to nine New Yorkers who changed—and are still changing—the way we look at our world, from centenarian ceramist Eva Zeisel to graphic iconoclast Fabien Baron.

October 29, 2007 |
Martha Stewart

Homemaking was a dreary chore until she made it an artisanal pursuit. And built an empire.

October 29, 2007 |
Fabien Baron

The polymath has designed advertising, perfume bottles, magazines, and everything you see on this page.

September 17, 2007 | Great Room
Loving Frank

Fifty-seven years after he designed it, the house that Frank Lloyd Wright thought might be his greatest has finally been built by one determined fan.

May 21, 2007 | Best Bets
The Wrong Stuff

For the next two months, all these artistically valid tchotchkes are gathered under one West Chelsea roof.

May 21, 2007 |
The Next Dakota

French starchitect Jean Nouvel’s 40 Mercer reimagines the quintessential New York apartment house downtown, with river views.

May 21, 2007 |
The Next Mid-Century

The good news: There’s a hot new period to collect. The bad news: It’s the eighties. Karl Springer, Angelo Donghia, and the Michael Taylor pillow chop are back.

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