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July 4, 2005
Green Skies

Giorgio DeLuca and his landscape architect explain some of the tricks to penthouse horticulture: Don’t forget to trim the lawn. And when planting, think of your rooftop garden as beachfront property.

June 20, 2005
The New Hearth

A Brooklyn family combines the modern—restaurant-supply metal— with the primal: one truly working fireplace.

June 20, 2005
Champagne and Mirrors

Glass countertops, glossy wood floors, and a silver sink: Miles Redd’s thirties-inspired version of the glamour kitchen.

June 20, 2005
Foodie's Delight

Wait, what does that do? Self-taught chef—and culinary obsessive— David Arnold reinvents the galley kitchen.

June 20, 2005
Lean Cuisine

A seamless, stainless, hyper-minimalist space is the perfect non-cook’s companion.

June 20, 2005
Just a Little Bit Country

A Hollywood design team prefers that their Noho kitchen not be misread as rural.

June 20, 2005
Everything Plus the Sink

A tour of some very different takes on the urban kitchen—from a foodie’s dream lab to a live-cook space of the future.

June 20, 2005
Housewares, Sliced and Diced

Not everyone wants his own beer-making machinery. But true kitchen lovers will find much to covet in design ideas inspired by the range of kitchens in these pages.

June 20, 2005
Futuristic Recipes

Architect Joel Sanders dreams up the ideal island kitchen for the island of Manhattan.

May 23, 2005
Cottage Industry

How to make a small Sag Harbor summer house feel open, airy, and older than its years.

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