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A Terrace Renovation That Turned Into Something Much Bigger

Design Hunting

2.25.16

Happenings
  • An Outfitumentary
    New Yorkbased artist K8 Hardy is known for her work as a queer feminist she has directed music videos for groups like Le Tigre and Lesbians on Ecstasy. In her cinematic debut, Outfitumentary, playing February 25 at 7:15 p.m. at MoMA (11 W. 53rd St., nr. Sixth Ave.; 212-708-9400), Hardy documents the evolution of her personal style from 2001 to 2012. More  ›
  • The Panorama Challenge
    If you know New York like the back of your hand, the Queens Museum is giving you a chance to prove it. Currently home to the world’s largest architectural scale model Panorama of the City of New York the Queens Museum (Flushing MeadowsCorona Park, Queens; 718-592-9700) is hosting its ninth annual Panorama Challenge on March 4 at 7 p.m.
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  • Intro to Batik
    Batik is a dyeing technique with a long history in Indonesia and other Southeast Asian countries. On March 4 at the Hiho Batik (184 Fifth Ave., nr. Degraw St., Park Slope; 718-622-4446), Julia Silver Gordon, founder and creative director of Hiho Batik, will lead Intro to Batik: Totes or Yoga Bags. More ›
Design Hunting

Space of the Week

From Terrace to Triplex

A redo of an Upper West Side penthouse rooftop terrace that turned into something much bigger. See More ›


The glass-sided staircase has storage space underneath.

Dining and cooking are seamlessly integrated in the new kitchen.

This pared-down room features a fireplace with tiles by Motnigo.

The Best Bet

An Industrial Table

This coffee table from HPC Trading Co. is a repurposed crate normally used for shipping sculptures and paintings. More  ›

 
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