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How a Manhattan Artist Created a Cabin in the Sky

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  • Deluxx Fluxx
    It’s all fun and games next Thursday, July 23, when the Art Off the Wall series at the Brooklyn Museum continues with an evening event co-curated by FAILE duo Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller. The night includes an artist talk and a video-game tournament, plus a DJ set by Swizz Beatz. More  ›
  • Memory Lane
    Bronx native and urban planner Sam Goodman will lead a tour of the Bronx’s Grand Concourse on Sunday, July 19. The Concourse, on which the Bronx Museum is located, is the borough’s major artery and known for its stately Art Deco buildings. Goodman will address why the area is met with caution rather than desire today. More  ›
  • Is Preservation Elitist?
    On Monday, July 20, panelists at the Museum of the City of New York will explore whether formal preservation methods are actually counterproductive to saving what makes city neighborhoods unique. More  ›
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A Cabin in the Sky

Artist Christopher Russell’s Meatpacking District getaway. See More ›

The lower stairs are outfitted with storage drawers.

Friend Jeff Benjamin’s designs include a desk made of cherrywood.

The views of the city are enjoyed from a green roof.

The Best Bet

The Garden Stool

This porcelain fixture from One Kings Lane makes for a bold outdoor side table, doubling as extra seating for summer guests. More  ›

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