We’ve noted the farm-to-table redesign down the street and the refurbished pied-à-terre on the other side of town. Here’s a look at the projects stimulating us now, New York City.
Did you see the townhouse seeking transformation? Did you see the rooftop nightclub just two blocks over, with a soft opening next week? If not, we have the latest information. You may think you’re up-to-date on the latest new concept on every space adding an addition or updating. In a major metropolitan area like NYC, with little-known delights and spots unseen, we’ve unveiled some well-guarded secrets. We’ve tracked down the redesigns still underway, as well as those coming soon.
In order to adopt a new design outlook, it’s necessary to go further than our own capability. It’s necessary to study the philosophy and craftsmanship of others.
We’ve assembled an archive that is a perfect match for your distinguished taste. It’s a place to discover the projects of fellow passionate architects, contractors, interior designers, and novice design professionals. It’s the revelation on envied redesigns and on how they develop from concept to completion. Get to know the faces behind New York City’s most-talked-about restorations and repairs. With a glimpse inside these recent renovations and renderings, we hope to spark your own inspired fire.
Remember that neglected warehouse you always envisioned turning into loft apartments? Think of that rooftop you envisioned undergoing a terrace conversion. Or there’s that deserted space that screams potential for a new java joint.
Perhaps these are the ideas that need extra inspiration and a nudge of confidence to move forward.
Immersive retail, such as Pirch in New York City, uses hands-on design methods to create unique shopping experiences.
Manhattan’s Lower East Side and the Brooklyn neighborhood of Williamsburg harness the power of public art to beautify their streets.
World-renowned Danish furniture maker Carl Hansen & Søn offers a colorful new twist on the iconic Hans J. Wegner Wishbone Chair.
Second-generation owner of Crest Hardware in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, uses garden center, community service, and local art scene to thrive.
New York designer Maxine Shriber creates a space for a growing young family that makes a surprising statement with a palette of nuanced neutrals.
This Hampton Designer Showhouse had an effortless flow with a laid-back, organic, and luxurious style. Four of the designers talk inspiration and color palettes.
Take a look inside the Traditional Home New Orleans Showhouse That’s Redefining Classic Southern Style.
A name you need to know now: Ian Martin, the Brooklyn-based sculptor turned restaurant designer behind the Apotheke and Pulqueria in NYC’s Chinatown.