- December 1, 2008
- The Gangster’s Favorite
An antiques dealer’s home is a living tribute to a mobster-beloved designer.
- June 9, 2008
- Warmer When Occupied
A former cold-storage warehouse becomes a cozy family home.
- April 28, 2008
- Way Before It Was Cool
For four decades, a former synagogue on Hester Street has been a studio, living space, and renovation project for the artists Thomas Nozkowski and Joyce Robins.
- March 3, 2008
- Packed With Care
Harry Heissmann’s tiny living room overcomes its dimensions with a meticulously placed collection of art and furniture, and a fake fireplace with simulated crackles.
- January 7, 2008
- Bohemia in Midtown
The high-ceilinged, light-filled studios on top of Carnegie Hall have housed artists, musicians, and writers for more than a century; now, the remaining tenants are fighting to stay.
- September 17, 2007
- Loving Frank
Fifty-seven years after he designed it, the house that Frank Lloyd Wright thought might be his greatest has finally been built by one determined fan.
- August 20, 2007
Humble vinyl tape turns an art collector’s floor into a Pop masterpiece.
- July 23, 2007
A one-room cabin in the woods pulls the cord on modern living.
- June 18, 2007
- The Calm in the Storm
A Studio Sofield redesign made this once-unwieldy kitchen the center of a sprawling Upper East Side apartment.
- June 4, 2007
- Buy, Rip, Repeat
In order to make their freshly built West Village penthouse accommodate a lifetime’s worth of art and books, and the artist’s wheelchair, Chuck and Leslie Close had to start by taking it apart.