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How a Young Designer Made Over His First Solo Apartment

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  • Ideas and the City
    The New Museum’s 2015 Ideas City Festival will take over the Bowery from May 28 to 30, with three days of civic-minded panels, workshops, and installations. Thursday’s central event, the Ideas City Conference, will address issues of transparency, surveillance, and citizenship. More  ›
  • Sculpture in Flux
    The Noguchi Museum’s new exhibit Editing Area 5 will include nine 1960s-era bronze sculptures not seen by the public since 1999. Two pieces will be removed from the space every two weeks until just one sculpture remains, in order to demonstrate the subjectivity of so-called good installation practice. More  ›
  • Intimate Interiors
    On Thursday, June 4, the Bard Graduate Center will present Striking Poses: Bodies and Objects in 18th-Century French Interiors as part of an ongoing exhibit. A talk will address the relationship between bodies and decorative objects as related to 18th-century France’s aristocratic culture of self-presentation. More  ›
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31 in the 60s

An Upper East Side apartment under the spell of young interior designer Patrick Mele. See More ›

Mele’s apartment has pops of neon, like this raspberry silk pillow.

In the office, the pine farm table is from Matthew Tyrrell.

African masks in the kitchen are from Corey Grant Tippin.

The Best Bet

A Printed Pillow

Watercolorist Meera Lee Patel crafted this cushion for LAB Brooklyn, a home-goods destination that sells work by local artists. More  ›

Design Hunting, Socially
Design Hunting on Facebook Tips on all things decorative, design chats with Wendy Goodman, and photographs from the latest design hunting discoveries in NYC.
Design Hunting on Twitter Moment-to-moment updates on design news and trend-spotting, as well as live-tweeting from insider events and parties (with a few contests thrown in for good measure). @DesignHunting

This rustic two-tone carafe ($150 at Poketo) is handmade by Brooklyn-based ceramicist Helen Levi. Use the code poketo15 online for a 15 percent discount.


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