The 2014 NYC&G Innovation in Design Awards Winners: Kitchen Design

The 2014 NYC&G Innovation in Design Awards Winners: Kitchen Design

The winning project in the 2014 NYC&G Innovation in Design Awards in the category of Interior Design came courtesy of Lorraine Bonaventura Architect, with runner-up going to Deane, Inc. and Finalist Recognition going to Ronald Bricke & Associates as well as DHD Architecture & Interior Design.

The 2014 NYC&G Innovation in Design Awards Winners: Architecture

The 2014 NYC&G Innovation in Design Awards Winners: Architecture

The winning project in the 2014 NYC&G Innovation in Design Awards in the category of Architecture came courtesy of Mitchell Studio, with runner-up going to Radoslav Opacic Architects and Finalist Recognition going to Carol Kurth Architecture as well as Lorraine Bonaventure Architect.

Rising Star: Sydney Maag

Rising Star: Sydney Maag

Like a lot of designers, Texas native Sydney Maag has been fussing with furnishings since she was a young kid. “I was always moving the furniture around and changing the rooms in our house,” she says. “Even at nine years old, I was constantly thinking about space, materials, finishes, and how to make a room look better.”

On Fire Island, Bromley Caldari Architects Reinvents a 1960s A-Frame Overlooking Great South Bay

On Fire Island, Bromley Caldari Architects Reinvents a 1960s A-Frame Overlooking Great South Bay

Several times a day at our home in Fire Island Pines, the same scene plays out. Visitors, in knots of twos or threes, stand unannounced in our entryway, craning their necks to get a glimpse of the suspended staircase dangling like sculpture above the 18-foot-high living room. “Excuse me, but we’ve known this house since we were little, and we’ve been watching it change the past few years, and well . . . .” At this point, my partner, Doug Harris, and I usually invite them in.

5 New York City Condo Developments That Turn Heads

5 New York City Condo Developments That Turn Heads

It’s model season, but those willowy beauties marching down New York’s runways for Fashion Week aren’t the only game in town. The city’s new condo developments are turning heads more than ever before. They’re tall, they’re skinny, they don’t wake up for less than $3,000 a square foot (give or take), and they’re ready for their close-ups.

Fashion Designer Rebecca Taylor Kicks Up Her Heels in an 1890s Park Slope Brownstone

Fashion Designer Rebecca Taylor Kicks Up Her Heels in an 1890s Park Slope Brownstone

It’s a long way from Down Under to downtown New York—literally and figuratively—but for New Zealand–born fashion designer Rebecca Taylor, the trip has really paid off. After studying her craft at a polytechnic university in the Kiwi capital of Wellington, she decamped for Manhattan in 1992 and never looked back.

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