A Brooklyn residence seamlessly blends technology and luxury for a space that’s made for modern living.
A historic building requires a thoughtful approach, but with the right team in place, a landmark can be modernized and returned to its former glory.
The floors aren’t the only eye catching wood in the home.
The Brooklyn-based interior design firm discusses efficient design and impactful changes for your own home.
Whether you have a green thumb or are working with a landscape designer, you will want to understand what makes your garden grow.
Hint: durability, flexibility, playfulness, and safety are key.
Inspired by snow-capped mountains and plate tectonics, this innovative architecture firm aims to diminish the lines between man and nature.
“Unlike most warehouse conversion projects, we wanted to go beyond the superficial reference to a 19th century warehouse.”
In this 1890s Brooklyn brownstone, a globetrotting composer has gathered a treasure trove of musical and culinary inspirations, reminders that “vintage is best”