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2.11.16

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  • Seoul New York Photo Festival
    The New York Photo Festival will be showcasing over 60 works selected from the Seoul International Photo Festival Contest, a nation-wide competition from South Korea. The exhibition opens February 15 at 6 p.m. and will be on display until February 29 at the PowerHouse Arena. More  ›
  • Early New York Portraits
    On February 11 at 6:30 p.m., the Museum of the City of New York (1220 Fifth Ave., nr. 104th St; 212-534-1672) will host a panel on portraiture in early New York that will explore how the legacies of historical figures like Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr were shaped and memorialized through portraits. The panel is in conjunction with the exhibition Picturing Prestige: New York Portraits, 17001860. More  ›
  • Finnish Wood
    At Annual Rings: A New Generation of Wood Architecture in Finland, an exhibition opening on February 16 at 6 p.m. at the Center for Architecture (536 La Guardia Pl., nr. 3rd St; 212-683-0023), attendees will have the chance to view 14 Finnish projects of various types and scales: churches, chapels (like the Kamppi), cultural buildings, and pavilions, all made from wood.
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A More Livable Loft

How a simple bathroom renovation turned into an entire apartment overhaul. See More ›


The open kitchen now sports a new marble countertop.

This very economical office can be closed up once work is done.

Moving the bed to the end of the loft didn’t obstruct the natural light.

The Best Bet

A Bright Blanket

Swedish designer Simon Key Bertman generated this blanket pattern based on the main nutritional values of lentils. More  ›

 
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