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As Long As You’re Stuck in Your Apartment, Give Yourself a Story to Live Artist Peter McGough has always insisted on living as if he’s in another era.
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A Brooklyn Apartment Built Around the Family Library In Rita Nakouzi and Touré’s renovated Fort Greene carriage house, a three-sided bookcase that doubles as a walk-in closet is the heart of the home.
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The Fashion-Designer-Turned-Baker Who Creates Feasts of Flowers Natasja Sadi is flourishing in her second career making lush sugar floral bouquets.
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Family Time Is All the Time Author Rumaan Alam and his husband, David, have improvised a new daily rhythm — a hybrid of work and play — as they quarantine with their sons.
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Getting by With a Little Art From Your Friends Artist Katie Stout and her husband are in quarantine in their Fort Greene apartment, which feels a bit enchanted.
remembrance
Remembering the Legendary Photographer Victor Skrebneski A very personal tribute.
design news
A Roundup of New York Design News Three things to check out this week.
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A Fashion Editor’s Greenwich Village Refuge Sisters Tonne and Wendy Goodman shared a room growing up, and today, by sheer coincidence, they live around the corner from one another.
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Appreciating My Apartment During Self-Quarantine All of a sudden, those of us lucky enough to have a home have plenty of time to look carefully around and reconsider what we’ve created.
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A Window Into 20th Century Design, in a Dollhouse Temple Studio opened this week with a trove of artists’ textiles and wall coverings — plus, Doug Meyer’s deeply detailed dollhouse.
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A Passion Project for Two Brownstone Obsessives The couple behind an Instagram account that documents Brooklyn’s most beautiful homes renovates one of their own.
Inside Athena Calderone’s Elegant Brooklyn Brownstone This gut-renovated townhouse is the perfect blend of classicism and modernism.
spring 2020 fashion issue
Will the Millennial Aesthetic Ever End? Investigating the undying tyranny of terrazzo.
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A Trip (or Two) to the Past at Christie’s Experts weigh in on two 18th and 19th century furniture and decorative arts collections, which will soon be at auction.