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Wendy Goodman

October 13, 2003 | Feature
House Tour 2003

Eight prominent New Yorkers walk us through their homes, from a radically renovated brownstone to an art-filled aerie.

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.

April 28, 2003 | Feature
What's Cooking

From sleek metallics to sizzling color, four designs to heat up the kitchen. Plus: All the sources you'll need to redo yours.

April 28, 2003 | Feature
Home Design 2003

New looks for the kitchen and bathroom. Plus, Vivienne Tam's airy retreat.

April 28, 2003 | Feature
Her Serene Highness

Fashion designer Vivienne Tam’s airy retreat combines high style and Asian influences. Just like its trend-setting owner.

October 14, 2002 | Home Design Fall 2002
Home Design 2002

New York magazine's Home Design 2002 issue reveals the difference between redecoration and reinvention. Plus: 100 Top Architects & Decorators

October 14, 2002 | Home Design Fall 2002
The Top 100 Architects & Decorators

Our definitive list of the city's top interior talents, their signature looks, and their most well-known clients.

October 14, 2002 | Home Design Fall 2002
Family Recipe

Restaurateur Keith McNally -- the man behind Pastis and Balthazar -- uses a mix of Provençal flavors and American country spice to turn an 1841 townhouse into a thoroughly luxurious retreat.

October 14, 2002 | Home Design Fall 2002
Urban Oasis

A Greenwich Village duplex combines Southeast Asian embellishments with a pared-down, high-tech design, using cool concrete, glowing glass, and bright-blue water -- indoors and out.

August 19, 2002 | Feature

He may be a rock star, but the B-52's Fred Schneider's only addiction is to collecting: records, pottery, gooney birds. By extension, his Chelsea apartment is all high style and storage space. Welcome to his own private Idaho.

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