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Wendy Goodman

October 9, 2006 |
Aunt Gertrude’s Kingdom

The art-filled Greenwich Village carriage house where Gloria Vanderbilt had a magical girlhood is still filled with the creative spirit.

July 24, 2006 | Great Room
Spider-Man Lived Here

They shared a tenement (sort of), but designer Mark Ciolli has done a lot more with his 350-square-foot studio than Peter Parker ever did.

July 17, 2006 | Arts
A South Fork Story

They were the center of the Jazz Age social set and the models for F. Scott Fitzgerald characters. They served chilled sherry to Ernest Hemingway on the French Riviera. But Gerald and Sara Murphy’s romance started and ended in the Hamptons, where her self-made-millionaire father owned 600 acres—property that would be worth well over $1 billion today. Here’s a look at a piece of the lost Hamptons, through never-before-seen family photos dug out of boxes in the estate’s old garage.

June 26, 2006 | Vu.
The Art House

It’s a townhouse. No, it’s a doorman building. Wait—it’s both. And it comes with a Jenny Holzer installation and a 700-piece Dale Chihuly chandelier.

May 22, 2006 | Great Room
Play Station

Theatrical but still functional is crucial when one small space is kitchen, lounge, entry, and dining room.

April 28, 2006 | Process
Surreal Estate

The Story Behind Artist Sarah Sze's Corner Plot

May 1, 2006 | Brooklyn Style Guide
BROOKLYNism

A look at what the collective post-Manhattan consciousness has wrought in interiors, furniture, product design, fashion, food, and more.

May 1, 2006 | Brooklyn Style Guide
Brownstone Is the New Black

One family leaves the chaos of the East Village for tree-lined tranquillity.

May 1, 2006 | Brooklyn Style Guide
Double Space

Artist Kehinde Wiley wanted a space that was big enough to hold his mammoth canvases and a thousand of his closest friends.

May 1, 2006 | Brooklyn Style Guide
The Royal Walkers

When peripatetic fashion designer Andre Walker moved back home, his bedroom and his mascot were right where he left them.

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