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May 17, 2010
A Townhouse Goes Hothouse

Carpet designer Malene Barnett remakes a traditional Queen Anne in Bed-Stuy into something a bit more exotic.

April 26, 2010
The Four-Walled Kaleidoscope

Architect Joel Sanders creates an incandescent East Village pied-à-terre where the colors are constantly changing.

March 8, 2010
Living With a Thousand Best Friends

In artist-collector Hunt Slonem’s world, clutter is comfort.

February 1, 2010
In the House of the Radiant Baby

When two designers realized their Craigslist apartment used to be Keith Haring’s, they made him the design inspiration.

January 4, 2010
Building Blocks

Christopher Coleman’s bright Williamsburg one-bedroom shows what can be done when cheap materials (patent leather, acrylic, parachute fabric) meet ingenuity.

November 30, 2009
Workspace As Calling Card

Interior designer Harry Heissmann’s new office packs his design philosophy into 400 compact square feet.

August 3, 2009
Hiding From the High Line

Marianne Boesky’s terrace is inches from the most popular public space in New York. Landscape designer Paula Hayes made it private.

June 15, 2009
One Man’s Treasure

Designer and painter Richard Lee wants to be a minimalist. There’s just too much great stuff in his apartment.

April 27, 2009
Wild Blue Yonder

The wall holds up the ceiling. The color holds up the wall. How a bold palette choice turned an apartment conversion into an artistic statement.

March 2, 2009
Mod Men

A purple piano, a latex sofa, and a Ronald McDonald head make for a classic-kitschy mash-up at this former art studio, speakeasy, and morgue turned ad agency.

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