Beverly’s Is Making It Permanent

Beverly Nguyen’s roaming homewares pop-up signed a lease at 27 Orchard.
  1. Donald Judd’s Soho In His Own Words The story behind 101 Spring Street.
  2. Bye, Bouclé Resale sites are flooded with bubbly, fuzzy couches and chairs. Are we experiencing textural fatigue?
  3. Ten Years Later, Still Coming Soon Fabiana Faria and Helena Barquet opened the Lower East Side home-design shop on 11/12/13.
  4. A Decamping to a Broad Channel Swim Club Coming Soon co-founders Helena Barquet and Fabiana Faria left the Upper East Side for the Rockaways.
  5. Who Knew So Many Celebrities Wanted to Design Wallpaper Sarah Jessica Parker, Drew Barrymore, and Gwyneth Paltrow found a lucrative side hustle.
  6. A Fairy-Tale Beach Cottage in Cherry Grove Allison Michael Orenstein and Simone Saint Laurent have a motto: “When in doubt, paint it white.”
  7. Charles Renfro’s Fire Island Beach House Feels Like a Stage The architect bought the simple 1961 bungalow designed by Horace Gifford, and only added outdoor rooms.
  8. What If Wind Turbines Got a Makeover? From Western New York to Ocean City, New Jersey, fights against wind farms often begin with how they look.
  9. An Edible Garden in Bed-Stuy That Feels like a Living Room JC Garcia-Lavin and George Fesser had a barren backyard when they bought their house in 2019. Then things went wild.
  10. The Tribeca Townhouse of an Art Collector Who ‘Doesn’t Like Boring’ After Page West had the six-story building to herself, it was time for a bold redesign.
  11. Bad News About Kevin Costner’s Buffalo Sculpture After a decades-long legal battle, he may be forced to sell it.
  12. A Writer’s Shed in the Springs Glyn Vincent writes his books in a former workshop for duck decoys.
  13. Let’s Tile the Yard! Thirty friends pitched in on Ellen Van Dusen’s Bed-Stuy mosaic. “It felt like a quilting group.”
  14. Artists in the Potato Barn Designer Aelfie Oudghiri is opening a residency in her family’s place in Sagaponack.
  15. 54 Years on Washington Square North “Well, I married the apartment,” says John Githens of the floor of the 19th century townhouse he shared with artist Ingeborg ten Haeff.
  16. The Spon-Con Nursery Synchronicity Lindsay Lohan wanted soft neutrals. So did Naomi Osaka. And Mandy Moore. And …
  17. How to Collect Furniture Like Dennis Freedman “Function is not necessarily the point.”
  18. How Barbiecore Ate Pink A trend dreamed up by publicists and forced into our homes.
  19. ‘I Sold My Soul, But Warhol Would Be Proud’ Meet the M.F.A. grads pumping out wall art for mid-tier hotel chains and retirement homes.
  20. The 11,000-Square-Foot Soho Loft ‘Bad Paintings’ Bought When artist Neil Jenney paid just $36,000 for this full-floor space 1973, it was “completely unlivable.”
  21. House of Julio Artist and fashion designer Julio Espada’s floor-through apartment in Prospect–Lefferts Gardens reflects his former shop’s aesthetic.
  22. Memoirs of a Perfectly Imperfect Fourth-Floor Walk-up Alex Tieghi-Walker, founder of the gallery Tiwa Select, had just gotten his Noho apartment the way he wanted it. Then his lease ended.
  23. Why Young Collectors Are Buying Fussy Antiques Talking with Michael Diaz-Griffith, author of The New Antiquarians, about the renewed interest in very old things.
  24. Just Follow the Red Door Through the Trees An excerpt from Country Life, by William Abranowicz.
  25. The 8 Best New Design, Architecture, and Urbanism Books Out This Summer Including a look at Isamu Noguchi’s affinity for Greece and David Adjaye’s tactile architecture.
  26. A Jubliantly Traditional Carnegie Hill Classic Six Elizabeth Pyne Singer allows that parts of her home “could be construed as totally kooky-looking.”
  27. The Artist Making Furniture Out of Real Flowers and Toy Ants Chris Wolston’s “Flower Power” is on view at the Future Perfect through June.
  28. New York City’s Latest Specialty Libraries for Design Obsessives From critic Michael Sorkin’s collection at CUNY to the Brazilian modernism archive at R & Company.
  29. Object & Thing Goes to the Beach A selection of 100 objects by 34 artists will spend the summer at the LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton.
  30. A New Antiques Gallery, Utopian Furniture, Bubble Glass and More Finds A special dispatch from the 2023 edition of NYCxDesign.
  31. These Chairs Were Made in 3 Days “Make-do,” curated by the L.A. gallery Marta and auction house Catalog Sale, is an homage to not overthinking things.
  32. You Could Make a Movie in This 1885 Park Slope ‘McMansion’ In filmmakers Kate Novack and Andrew Rossi’s brownstone, “there are all these stories within the walls.”
  33. An ‘Old School’ ’80s Soho Loft Gets a Family-Friendly Makeover “You want a place where the kids can run around or knock something over,” says father of four Greg Griffith.
  34. A New Infinity Room, Architecture for Ants, I ♥ NY Knockoffs, and More Finds Plus a COVID memorial at Greenwood Cemetery.
  35. Hiba Schahbaz Pictured Herself Painting Here She found the Bushwick building after walking by one day and admiring the windows; she imagined that it would be a great place to work.
  36. Have You Seen the Courthouse Where George Santos Surrendered? Richard Meier’s behemoth is the Death Star of the Southern State Parkway.
  37. A ‘Greater New York’ for Designers At the new Bushwick gallery International Objects.
  38. Hannah Levy’s Two Studios in One The sculptor took over a floor of this South Bronx building with ten friends, each carving out their own space.
  39. Artist Firelei Báez Has Always Kept It Moving “I think growing up in precarity prepared me for the life of an artist because I knew that poverty wasn’t the end of things.”
  40. Mining the Milton Glaser Archives From never-printed Broadway posters to a Manhattan phone-book cover, seven works from the designer’s early decades.
  41. Hugh Hayden Makes Art in a Former Fruit Warehouse Zebras and Barbies and bears and a dog named Mars.
  42. How to Design a King Charles III’s coronation is ultimately a performance of majesty. The props matter.
  43. Ikea’s Answer to Inflation? Make Things Flimsier. With hollow table legs, paper veneers, and more plastic.
  44. The Interior World of Photographer Richard Avedon On the occasion of what would have been his 100th birthday, a look back at the photographer’s Upper East Side apartment on the year of his death.
  45. Jake Gyllenhall Is a Teacup Guy Now Luxury porcelain company Ginori 1735 has picked the actor to star in its latest campaign.
  46. A Museum’s Pollinator Garden, Rare Pierre Paulin Furniture, and More Finds Plus a design scandal at the Milan Furniture Fair.
  47. The Collectors Offering Thousands for Vintage Pyrex Raiding Grandma’s cupboards is no longer enough.
  48. The Zaha Hadid AI Feedback Loop Patrik Schumacher is one architect eager to hand over design work to Midjourney.
  49. The Artist Making Furniture Out of Felted Concrete “People think the fuzziness is cute. Or they’re a little weirded out by it,” says Susannah Weaver.
  50. Wendy Goodman’s Postcards From Milan Design Week The 61st edition of the Salone del Mobile celebrated history while ushering in the new.
Load More