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A Metallic Living-Room Set Inspired by … the Elevator

Harry Nuriev still remembers his first ride in an elevator. He was a teenager. “While growing up in low-income projects in Russia, elevators were not very commonplace,” he explains. He has since been in many other elevators all over the world, but his latest project, The Elevator, a retr… More »

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Some Under-$500 Architect-Approved Side Chairs

For architects, chairs are a microcosm of architecture. A chair, like a building, requires considerations of structure, form, proportion, texture, and aesthetics. A great chair, like a great building, is beautiful, well-balanced, sturdy, and, above all, well-suited to the human body. Designers re… More »

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‘That’s what hurt the most: the things you can’t replace’

In the days after Tropical Storm Ida hit New York City, the sidewalks along 89th Street in East Elmhurst were crowded with mud-soiled belongings: couches, mattresses, wooden desks, toys. This block of one-story, redbrick houses — home to working-class residents and immigrant families from countri… More »

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Is Brian Benjamin the Person Who Can Turn NYCHA Around?

In 2017, Brian Benjamin was elected to the state legislature in a district with New York City’s largest share of public-housing complexes — and all the dismal conditions that come along with them. As the state senator for Harlem and its surrounding neighborhoods, he fielded complaints from reside… More »

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A Brooklyn Storefront Church, Resurrected As a Family Home

“We met at a birthday party,” artist/designer Virginie Sommet says of the client for this project, who was at the time living in a condo in Queens but wanted to buy a building where she could live (and have a garden) but also have rental income. Sommet,… More »

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Will World of Interiors Get a Gut Reno Under Hamish Bowles?

Few magazines are as resistant to the winds of change as The World of Interiors, which has had only two editors in its 40-year history. Come January, it will get its third. Rupert Thomas, the 22-year stalwart and protégé of its founding editor, Min Hogg, will step down, and Hamish Bowles… More »

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Climate Change Is Putting More Poop in New York’s Waters

On a steamy August morning at the Hunter’s Point South boat launch, Sanjay Shirke crouched on the slick rocks by the water’s edge and dunked a small, clear bottle into the mouth of Newtown Creek. His feet slipped slightly, but he quickly caught his balance. “I have fallen in before,” he quipped, … More »

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