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A high-tech space odyssey.
  1. A Williamsburg Loft Just Waiting on Its 3-D-Printed Birds Sebastian Errazuriz refuses to accept life as it is.
  2. A Nick Cave Installation, a Squiggly Lamp, and Other Things I Liked This Week Including the city’s best new rooftop.
  3. A Visit to the Soon-to-Open Museum of American Restaurant China It’s upstairs at Fishs Eddy on 19th Street and Broadway in the private sanctum of proprietor Julie Gaines.
  4. Who Made That Ear-Shaped Mirror That’s All Over Instagram? Trying to solve a mystery, 40 years on.
  5. Barbara Jakobson Thinks of Her Art-Filled Townhouse As Her Autobiography She’s lived here since 1965 and now gets up and down its five floors on her spiffy new stair-climbing “worm.”
  6. A 300-Square-Foot East Village Studio With a Sexy Hotel Vibe Darren Jett’s plant-friendly pandemic upgrade.
  7. A First Look at Sag Harbor’s Rebuilt Cinema High-tech innards, small-town-theater feel.
  8. A ‘Ghost Forest,’ Slice of L.A. Architecture, and Other Things I Liked This Week Including a furniture series inspired by Black identity.
  9. A Design Exhibit of Work Made Entirely by Mothers The story behind five pieces in Egg Collective’s new show.
  10. A Modernist Inherits an Old Sag Harbor House Maximilian Eicke mixes his designs with his parents’ antiques.
  11. Why Did Food52 Just Buy Dansk? The site’s founder Amanda Hesser says she’s going to dig into the archives for reissues and sign up contemporary designers to create new lines.
  12. The Chiclet Is Back Herman Miller reissues its “friendliest” seating collection.
  13. A Glacial Chair, 1,000 Design Patents, and Other Things I Liked This Week Plus an intersection specifically designed for pedestrians and cyclists
  14. The Maker Couple Whose First Apartment Together Launched a Small Business Just out of NYU, David Zhang and Sarah Kim turned their Bushwick rental into a home-furnishings lab.
  15. The Stylish Tailor Shops of Christopher Street Angel Ramos, Jake Mueser, and Frederick Castleberry are bespoke tailors and friends.
  16. A Tarantula Stool, a Molded ‘Dragon’ Chair, and Other Things I Liked This Week Plus ceramic relics that comment on plastic waste and Memphis-y wall hooks.
  17. At Home in an Old Hotel in Nomad After 15 years, Julie Chartoff and Irene Glezos finally really renovated their apartment inside the historic Gilsey House.
  18. Introducing Wyldlands: Surrealist Bunkers to Survive the Apocalypse Doug Meyer’s show imagines a fantastical escape from future pandemics and other threats.
  19. A Joyfully Painted Gowanus Walk-Up, Inspired by Bert Stern and a Trip to Rome Tara McCauley moved into her own place — no roommates! — and set herself free.
  20. A Design Fundraiser for Atlanta and Other Things I Liked This Week Including a meditative public sculpture and a tie-dye interpretation of Frank Lloyd Wright’s work
  21. Ellen Pong Won’t Design the Same Thing Twice From a charcuterie-draped tissue-box cover to a massage stool for sore muscles.
  22. One Foot in New York for Two L.A. ‘Art Hoarders’ Joe Lucas and David Heikka’s cozy West Village rental.
  23. How This 1856 Chelsea Parlor-Floor Apartment Got Its Glamour Back Architects Daniel Rauchwerger and Noam Dvir invented a new history for their fixer-upper.
  24. Goodnight Moon Candles, Puffy Tableware, and Other Things I Liked This Week Plus a Japanese carpentry exhibition and portraits of artists at home.
  25. Remembering Richard David Story, the Magazine Editor Who Ate the World Whole He told me, “I want you to find the person who grows the tiniest, perfect roses that nobody knows about.”
  26. How Did They Make Alia Shawkat’s Disturbing All-Felt Apartment on Search Party? Alia Shawkat’s character was kept captive here.
  27. Jolie Ngo’s Ceramics Are Made for Instagram (And That’s A Good Thing) How the artist creates her wildly popular, 3D-printed vessels.
  28. Artist Emily Mason’s 4,700-Square-Foot Studio Is Just As She Left It Inside the sunny Flatiron District loft where the late artist painted for 40 years.
  29. Slouchy Ceramics, Deconstructed Furniture, and Other Things I Liked This Week Selected pieces from four new design exhibitions and one crowdsourced Instagram account focused on graphic design finds
  30. Two Musicians Renovated Their Home to Fit a Baby Grand Piano Singer Sarah Elizabeth Charles and pianist Jarrett Cherner transformed their Fort Greene three-bedroom into two to accommodate his baby grand piano.
  31. An Upper East Side Apartment Full of Rock-and-Roll Memories Music journalist Lisa Robinson has lived in this rental, where she’s kept an archive of her interview tapes, for 45 years.
  32. Meet Jim McDowell and His Face Jugs The ceramicist keeps his ancestors’ traditions alive from his home studio in North Carolina.
  33. Ikea’s New Gaming Chair Is Not Hideous Level up.
  34. Let’s Bring the Design Showroom Home and Live in It Architects Olivier Garce and Clio Dimofski turned their West Village apartment into a cozy, pandemic-friendly stage for new design.
  35. The Next Generation of Componibili Is Designed to Dissolve The modernist Italian design icon now comes in bioplastic.
  36. What We Know About Joe Biden’s Design Sensibility “Biden blue” comes to the White House
  37. The Vintage Furniture Sellers of Instagram Are Burned Out Behind that Cesca chair: broken fingers, nonstop estate sales, and 100-hour work weeks
  38. A Vibrant Reimagining of a Mid-’60s Williamsburg High-Rise Co-op Cassandra Bromfield inherited the apartment from her mother and has made it her own.
  39. A Box Truck That Carries Our Dreams of Home See Swoon’s fantastical memory box on wheels, “The House Our Families Built.”
  40. Artist Daniel Arsham Invites You to His ‘Signature Decay’ A look at his new gallery show of old-looking things.
  41. An Elegantly DIY Williamsburg Apartment With a Vreeland-Red Wall Taylor Angino and Kiko Sih’s place is always evolving.
  42. 5 Things to Buy from Crosby Studios’ New Home-Goods Line Designer Harry Nuriev wants to make it easier for people to reinvent their homes in his image.
  43. A Winterized Hamptons Carriage House Where the Art World Hung Out in the 1960s Julia Gruen grew up surrounded by artists and writers in her parents’ summer home, which she has kept pretty much as it was.
  44. Why Is it So Hard to Design a Good Can Opener? Bean Dad was only part of the problem.
  45. A 1915 Crown Heights House That’s Only On Its Third Owners After living all over the world, Thomas Gensemer and Gabe Brotman settled down in a Brooklyn place with “a bit of an English feel to it.”
  46. A Brooklyn Family’s Pet-Friendly, Kid-Filled Self-Made Comfort Zone Ada Davila and Agustin Hurtado transformed part of a 19th-century brewery in East Williamsburg into a bright and lively home.
  47. 5 Things to Buy From Yinka Ilori’s New Home Goods Line The British-Nigerian designer’s color-obsessed work is about joy, hope, and optimism. And now you can bring it to your table.
  48. These Designers Have an (Emoji-Inspired) Basketmaking Club Last week, they each wove something based off the peach.
  49. During COVID-19, TikTok Made It Cool to Make … Fluffy Rugs Here are six TikTok Tufters you should know.
  50. Meet the Makers at Ostudio, Bed-Stuy’s Beehive of Creativity Fernando Aciar turned a parking garage into a DIY community.
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