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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.

October 8, 2013
A Parlor-Floor Co-op in Brooklyn Heights

“The challenge was to make the ground floor, meant only to serve as a parlor, into a home all its own.”

October 8, 2013
My Favorite Things

On the prowl for Japanese antiques? Porcelain bowls? A superstar upholsterer? Let the city’s biggest names in design show you the way.

October 22, 2013
The Hunt

All things new and downright gorgeous for your home.

October 8, 2013
Ask the Experts: The Floor Pro

James Caroll II, Principal of LV Wood

October 8, 2013
Ask the Experts: The Antiques Finder

Moon Rhee, Owner of Dear Rivington

October 8, 2013
Ask the Experts: The Art Buyer

Christine Kuan, Chief curator of Artsy

October 8, 2013
Ask the Experts: The Tile Guy

David Meitus, Founder of Studium

October 8, 2013
Ask the Experts: The Woodworker

Ariele Alasko

October 8, 2013
A Prewar Restoration on Central Park South

“It’s a careful balance between the materiality of these Southeast Asian things that she collected, the classical atmosphere of the existing building, and a modern, minimal, clean look and functionality.”

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