- 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.