The city’s finest, as chosen by five very discerning New Yorkers.
Revisiting the gracious, art-filled Park Avenue apartment of style icon Marella Agnelli and her husband, Gianni.
From an industrial task lamp to a patterned sink to a classic daybed by a design legend.
A jet-setting financier kicked back in this space-age plane.
Jeffrey Ventura Morell and Lyndel Urbano transform a run-of-the-mill city apartment into a home imbued with a sense of history.
Designer and developer Ari Heckman wanted the apartment he shares with partner Ethan Feirstein to be a quiet haven.
Two young Texas transplants enlist some help to make 300 square feet feel like home.
Interior-design firm McMillen, Inc., enlists the artisans at DeAngelis to resurrect an 18th-century-style canopy bed.
Workstead takes a streamlined approach to a combo kitchen/dining room in a classic brownstone.
A bath suite in the heart of the city with that rarest of urban luxuries—a private garden.
Designer Robert Couturier transformed a warren of closets into an intimate dining room. Mosaic artist Farley Tobin embellished it.
“You can’t make any more prewar buildings, so why not embrace what you have?”
“I wanted to keep the intrinsic nature of the industrial architecture, but give it a modern feel.”
“It’s about working with the collage of the neighborhood and translating that into how this family would use the space.”
A duplex that capitalizes on its 360-degree vistas of Manhattan.
The design polymath Karim Rashid throws open the doors to his own Hell’s Kitchen home.
A flawless take on the artist’s loft by Elizabeth Roberts of Ensemble Architecture.
“Just as tomatoes taste freshest in the summer, flowers look best when bought in season.”
Noa Santos, CEO and co-founder, Homepolish.
Cary Leitzes, Founder, Leitzes & Co.
David Stark, President and creative director, David Stark Design and Production.
Sabrina Fierman, Vice-president, New York’s Little Elves.