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Wendy Goodman

March 15, 2011
Behind Closed Doors: Blanket? Moroccan. Rug? Kashmiri. Counter? Ikea.

The pre-war apartment of architect and landscape designer Ahmad Sardar-Afkhami is one of those cheerful East Village homes that instantly have you thinking, Why don’t I do that?

March 15, 2011
First Look: Spring Breaks Out in the Bronx

A look at the New York Botanical Garden’s ninth annual orchid show.

March 8, 2011
Space of the Week: Every Cockatoo Needs a Headdress

When design legend Tony Duquette died a decade ago, his friends Hutton and Ruth Wilkinson took over his Beverly Hills home. He would be pleased with what they've done with the place.

March 1, 2011
First Look: An Unnerving Night at the Theater

Sleep No More is a modern interpretation of the Scottish play produced by Emursive and performed by Britain’s Punchdrunk group.

March 7, 2011 | Great Room
We’re All Mad Here

Down the rabbit hole to artist Meghan Boody’s tripped-out Tribeca wonderland.

February 22, 2011
First Look: From Their Movie Set to Your Dining Room

From the improvised sign outside this industrial warehouse on President Street in Gowanus, you wouldn’t guess that 11,000-square-feet of design fun awaits on the other side.

February 22, 2011
Space of the Week: Living Inside a Legend

Few critics have gotten the chance to see the building from the inside.

February 8, 2011
First Look: A New Home for a Scandinavian Star

A look inside Swedish interior designer and author Lars Bolander's Midtown shop.

February 8, 2011
Space of the Week: When Life Gives You Blizzards, Make a Snow Fort

As you can see here: the “house” is an igloo.

February 1, 2011
First Look: A Little Bit Baroque, a Little Bit Rock and Roll

This Tuesday, the Christina Grajales Gallery will open “Baroccabilly,” the first U.S. show of British architect and furniture designer Nigel Coates.

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