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Design Hunting Archive

February 8, 2011
Space of the Week: When Life Gives You Blizzards, Make a Snow Fort

As you can see here: the “house” is an igloo.

February 1, 2011
First Look: A Little Bit Baroque, a Little Bit Rock and Roll

This Tuesday, the Christina Grajales Gallery will open “Baroccabilly,” the first U.S. show of British architect and furniture designer Nigel Coates.

February 1, 2011
Space of the Week: Think This Loft Is Colorful? Wait Till You See the Shower

If there’s one thing that Robert Verdi, the ever-colorful entrepreneur, TV host, celebrity stylist, interior designer, and legendary party-thrower absolutely hates, it’s an empty white box.

January 25, 2011
First Look: Ogle the Goods, Guffaw at the Prices, Help the Kids

Wendy Goodman goes behind the scenes at the Park Avenue Armory’s Winter Antiques Show.

January 18, 2011
Behind Closed Doors:Open House or Fashion Exhibit? Basically, Both.

Wendy Goodman takes a preview of Lana Turner’s four-story townhouse listing turned fashion installation.

January 18, 2011
Space of the Week: Two Men, 25,000 Ping-Pong Balls, and a Rabbit

Wendy Goodman takes a look inside architecture firm Snarkitecture's Greenpoint office.

January 11, 2011
First Look: Not Just Chairs. Chairs With Wings.

An in-store tour of the fantastical furnishings at the Upper East Side’s Fair Folks & A Goat.

January 11, 2011
Space of the Week: The Magazine Legend’s Uptown Lair

Former Vogue and House & Garden editor Mary Jane Pool shows me around her treasure chest of an apartment on the Upper East Side.

January 4, 2011
Space of the Week: A Place to Hang His Hats

Celebrity hatmaker Rod Keenan makes headpieces for people who own actual fortresses, so it makes a certain sense that he resides in a building in Harlem called the Castle.

January 4, 2011
First Look: Lose a Window, Gain a Bookshelf

When the Crosby Street Hotel moved in next door, Pamela Morgan found her loft’s old views completely walled in. So the artist and framer made some creative adjustments.