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October 30, 2013
Space of the Week: Upper East Side Update

A prewar sleeper gets some modern razzmatazz.

October 8, 2013
The Pool

What’s better than a rooftop pool? One that can be heated to 104 degrees for a mid-January dip.

October 8, 2013
The Kitchen

Design website sweeten.com pairs projects with pros—in this case, connecting the interior designer and contractor who trans­formed this once-drab nook into an airy yet functional cooking and dining area.

October 8, 2013
The Bathroom

Suchi Reddy, of Reddymade Design, used thousands of black and white marble tiles to create a dynamic and graphic bath for her client, gallerist Sara Meltzer.

October 8, 2013
The Bedroom

Architect Joel Sanders carves out a master suite high above Central Park.

October 28, 2013
Three Architects on Their Earliest Works

Richard Meier on the Lambert House, Zaha Hadid on the Peak Leisure Club, and UNStudio on the Karbouw.

October 8, 2013
Instant Classic

Delphine Krakoff transformed a chilly Upper East Side townhouse into a chic family home in record time.

October 8, 2013
Monumentally Modern

Architect Ricardo Legorreta’s work is bold, sensual, and the last thing you’d expect to find in one of the Upper West Side’s most genteel buildings.

October 22, 2013
Guess Who Bathed Here ...

Hint: She was nominated for Best Actress in 1968, but lost to Katharine Hepburn, who won for Guess Who's Coming to Dinner.

October 8, 2013
Then: 23 Beekman Place

Architect Paul Rudolph is closely associated with 23 Beekman Place, where he famously erected a modernist aerie atop a classic townhouse. In 1967, before he bought the building, Rudolph occupied an apartment there—a study in light and texture.

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