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  • Alt-Buildings
    Sure, the Chrysler Building is spectacular. But on September 24, architect Stephen Dargo will be holding court at the Brooklyn Brainery discussing Great New York City Buildings Few Guide Books Will Ever Mention. Underdog structures discussed include the Coignet Stone Company Building in Brooklyn and the Starrett-Lehigh Building in Manhattan. More  ›
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    The seventh annual What’s New, What’s Next, a presentation of thousands of brand-new products from over 70 participating showrooms, will take place on Thursday, September 17, at the New York Design Center. Guests can attend discussions with designers, presentations, and panels with industry bigwigs. More  ›
  • Talking Gehry
    The eminent architecture critic Paul Goldberger celebrates his new book, Building Art: The Life and Work of Frank Gehry, with a discussion on Monday, September 21, in the Rare Book Room at the Strand. He’ll be chatting about all things Gehry-related with Barry Bergdoll, a professor of art history and archaeology at Columbia and a curator at MoMA. More  ›
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400 Square Feet in the West Village

Photographer Stephen Kent Johnson turned a tiny, oddly shaped rental into a living Cornell box. See More ›

Johnson’s bedroom is just big enough for his bed and the cube side table.

The bedroom floor is painted in shades of Farrow & Ball blues.

When he entertains, he pulls out a table that fits underneath his bed.

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Moroccan Tea Glasses

Serve tea or wine with these traditional tumblers, available in a colorful set of six at World Market’s recently opened first shop in New York City. More  ›

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