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Design Hunting Archive

October 25, 2011
Space of the Week: An Office So Open, You Can Almost Smell Eataly

Alan Tanksley’s interior-design office in the Flatiron doesn’t let graceful arched windows go to waste.

October 18, 2011
First Look: A Welcome Break From Austerity

Liz O’Brien’s first collection is the perfect antidote to the boxy, ashen furniture that has been in vogue for too long.

October 18, 2011
Space of the Week: The Gentlemen Are Still Sending Her Roses

If Rosamond Bernier had not been born 95 years ago, she would have been invented as a heroine in a French Romantic novel.

October 5, 2011
First Look: Selling the Drama, Inside and Out

The midtown landmark will officially reopen on October 25.

October 4, 2011
Space of the Week: The Museum of Refrigerator Art (and Slides)

The space is bright and airy and filled with eye-opening exhibits and spacious activities studios.

September 28, 2011
First Look: The Other Tea Party Movement

The setting is as soothing and elegant as the loose-leaf teas on the shelves.

September 27, 2011
Space of the Week: An Art-Filled Abode for a Son of Hollywood

Inside the gallerylike home of Michael Lindsay-Hogg, an artist, director, memoirist, and rumored progeny of Orson Welles.

September 20, 2011
First Look: Prince Street Americana

A newly opened interior-design showroom and shop at 32 Prince Street is a revelation.

September 14, 2011
First Look: Love at First Knoll

First Lady Michelle Obama bestowed Knoll with a Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award for Corporate and Institutional Achievement—a well-deserved honor.

September 14, 2011
Space of the Week: Living Happily With “Seventies Abominations”

Sean is one of those industrious people who collects “trash” furniture and thoroughly transforms it.

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