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June 14, 2011
Space of the Week: Welcome to the Troycave

A one-bedroom space that feels much bigger than its 425 square feet.

June 14, 2011
First Look: Freshly Painted and Ready for “Chopsticks”

This year, Sing for Hope will be mobilizing 88 grand, baby grand, and upright pianos around New York.

May 31, 2011
Design News

A roundup of New York design news.

May 31, 2011
First Look: The Serving Trays Are the Stars

Pinch Food Design is a newly launched catering company co-owned by a chef, Bob Spiegel, and a designer, TJ Girard.

May 24, 2011
Space of the Week: Yesterday: Tree Houses. Today: Three Kilos of Swarovski Crystals.

Touring Daniel Hellman and Eric Chang's Bushwick studio.

May 17, 2011
Main Event: Five Design Objects, Plus One That Vrooms

New York Magazine celebrated Design Week—as well as the new A8 sedan from our partner Audi—by gathering five of our favorite local designers at a pop-up gallery at Chelsea’s Drive In Studios.

May 17, 2011
First Look: The City Throws Itself a Design Party

New York just wrapped up its annual Design Week, with events and exhibits at venues across the city.

May 10, 2011
First Look: The Website With Four Walls

When Michael Bruno, founder of the furniture and antiques site 1stdibs.com, approached James Druckman, the president and CEO of the New York Design Center, two years ago with the idea of creating a physical storefront for some of the site’s dealers, Druckman had an “ah-ha” moment.

April 26, 2011
First Look: The Under-the-Radar A-Lister

A new design book called Living Traditions: Interiors by Matthew Patrick Smyth ($50, The Monacelli Press) finally launched last week, and I have to say, it was a long time coming.

April 19, 2011
Space of the Week: Sure Beats Candlelight

The Italian company famous for its Venetian handblown glass teamed up with the British company Established and Sons to create an exciting collection of new glass pieces in time for Venini’s 90th anniversary.

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