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  1. shopping
    5 Things to Buy from Crosby Studios’ New Home-Goods LineDesigner Harry Nuriev wants to make it easier for people to reinvent their homes in his image.
  2. great rooms
    A Winterized Hamptons Carriage House Where the Art World Hung Out in the 1960sJulia Gruen grew up surrounded by artists and writers in her parents’ summer home, which she has kept pretty much as it was.
  3. at home
    Why Is it So Hard to Design a Good Can Opener?Bean Dad was only part of the problem.
  4. great rooms
    A 1915 Crown Heights House That’s Only On Its Third OwnersAfter 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.”
  5. great rooms
    A Brooklyn Family’s Pet-Friendly, Kid-Filled Self-Made Comfort ZoneAda Davila and Agustin Hurtado transformed part of a 19th-century brewery in East Williamsburg into a bright and lively home.
  6. shopping
    5 Things to Buy From Yinka Ilori’s New Home Goods LineThe British-Nigerian designer’s color-obsessed work is about joy, hope, and optimism. And now you can bring it to your table.
  7. hobbies
    These Designers Have an (Emoji-Inspired) Basketmaking ClubLast week, they each wove something based off the peach.
  8. on trend
    During COVID-19, TikTok Made It Cool to Make … Fluffy RugsHere are six TikTok Tufters you should know.
  9. great rooms
    Meet the Makers at Ostudio, Bed-Stuy’s Beehive of CreativityFernando Aciar turned a parking garage into a DIY community.
  10. design news
    On Display at Chinatown’s Oldest Shop: Napa-Cabbage CeramicsPlus chile-oil vessels, fungi vases, and yoni-inspired incense holders.
  11. great rooms
    An 1880 Artist’s Cottage in the Rockaways That Feels Like a ShipPatrick Clark has spent the last 22 years bringing the house back to life, preserving it for its next century.
  12. institutions
    Artists to MoMA: Take Down Philip Johnson’s NameThe founding director of the museum’s Architecture and Design department was a known white supremacist.
  13. design news
    5 Things to Buy From Nest’s New Capsule CollectionThe interiors magazine with a cult following is back with home goods and apparel.
  14. great rooms
    A Maximalist Bedroom With a Chakra-Enhancing HeadboardBailey Li designs by her own rules.
  15. ask a set designer
    Inspecting 11 Rooms From The Queen’s GambitDesigner Uli Hanisch on painting wallpaper, leaving taste behind, and building a “temple to chess.”
  16. great rooms
    A Lounge in the Sky in the West VillageHow architect Alexander Gorlin turned a badly renovated studio into a sunny and starlit day-to-night home — with enough space for 30 Dutch soldiers.
  17. public art watch
    Artist Shaun Leonardo Is the New Co-Director of Recess“For change to happen, folks have to move aside and actually allocate power to the people.”
  18. design hunting
    Norman Teague Invites You to Find Your Groove With His FurnitureThe designer makes his mark by letting you make yours.
  19. furniture
    Hideous? Perhaps. But It’s Time to Accept the Gaming Chair.“To invest in what you are actually doing — where you are actually sitting — might seem like capitulation but is also self-care.”
  20. streets
    Anatomy of a Streetery: RangoonIt’s kinetic and inspired by Burmese design.
  21. public art watch
    Carrie Mae Weems Made a COVID PSANow at Lincoln Center.
  22. why this looks like that
    Nick DeMarco Imagines a Future in Which Plastic Comes Alive“It’s kind of like making the best of a bad situation.”
  23. design news
    What Caused the Design World Meltdown Over Tiny Wooden Stools?Three days of antiquarian-related hysteria.
  24. great rooms
    Room Enough to Be HomebodiesHow Designer Courtney Sloane and artist Cheryl R. Riley perfected the live/work scenario in Jersey City’s post-industrial Powerhouse Arts District.
  25. design news
    Buy One of These Artist-Designed Plates and Help Feed the UnhousedTauba Auerbach, Glenn Ligon, Kenny Scharf, and more made them for the Coalition for the Homeless.
  26. design news
    The Year in Design That Would Have BeenAs seen in a new exhibition at Friedman Benda.
  27. public art watch
    The Mary Wollstonecraft Statue in London Is Bad Kitsch FeminismThe shambolic mess looks a Rolls-Royce hood ornament by way of a sketchy Disney Fantasia figure.
  28. design news
    First Look: Inside Coming Soon’s New Retail StoreIt is bigger and more Brutalist.
  29. great rooms
    Renovating a 1968 Split-Level in Upstate New York“I don’t think we realized how much work we were stepping into.”
  30. public art watch
    105-Year-Old Artist Carmen Herrera Has a New Mural in East HarlemAnd public school students painted it.
  31. public art watch
    See Nick Cave’s New Public Art Project for Election Day“It’s big and in your face,” said Cave.
  32. in memoriam
    There Will Never Be Another David Easton“He was the most outrageous person I have ever met, and always had me on the floor in hysterics,” says Bunny Williams.
  33. great rooms
    Andrew LaMar Hopkins Paints Creole History From His 1815 Home in Savannah“My main focus is the free people of color because their voice has been forgotten.”
  34. couch gallery crawl
    See This Art Basel Online Show Looking at the ‘Dream House’While you’re stuck inside your maybe-not-so-dreamy home.
  35. great rooms
    This Floating Tiny House in East Hampton Is Inspired by a Duck BlindArtist Scott Bluedorn made it out of found materials: local kelp, a kid’s jungle gym.
  36. my place
    Afrofuturist Ari Melenciano Doesn’t Mind Never Leaving Her Loft in Quarantine“All of my gadgets — they’re basically my toys — are everywhere.” And they inspire her.
  37. the best of nest
    Remembering Fort Thunder: 11 Dudes, Two Bands, One Working ToiletJim Drain looks back at life in the Providence punk art commune.
  38. great rooms
    Office Life, Inside and OutPaper co-founder Kim Hastreiter renovated a studio in her building to be her new office. But for now, meet her in Washington Square Park.
  39. the best of nest
    Norwood Young Got Tired of Being More Famous for His L.A. House Than His SingingHe’s moved to Bangkok, where he is treated like a king.
  40. the best of nest
    Andy Coolquitt’s Austin Art Commune Was Inspired by Duchamp“It’s really an experiment in … learning how to live a sane existence.”
  41. my place
    Artist Stephanie H. Shih Happily Gave Up On Minimalism“I realized that will never be me. It can’t be me.” A visit to her Carroll Gardens apartment.
  42. the best of nest
    London Artist Julie Verhoeven’s Favorite Spot in Her House Is Her Toilet“The flat has become a giant collage of precarious layers of stuff.”
  43. the best of nest
    Who Lived in That Farrah Fawcett Place, and What’s Happened to Him Since?Catching up with Raymond Donahue, whose home was on the cover of Nest’s first issue.
  44. i slept here
    Musician Henry Hall’s Childhood Bedroom: Ocean Views, Beanie Babies, and GhostsThe 28-year-old son of Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Brad Hall remembers the room he grew up in.
  45. public art watch
    See Shantell Martin’s New Playground MuralIn the Rockaways.
  46. at home
    Your Quarantine Clutter Has a Long and Distinguished HistoryEmbrace the mess.
  47. great rooms
    A Floating Home-Away-From-HomeLyndsay Caleo Karol and Fitzhugh Karol’s getaway boat, Lucy, sleeps eight and is moored at Brooklyn Bridge Park.
  48. great rooms
    A Studio Visit With Nest Founder Turned Painter Joseph HoltzmanHe paints on marble, and the sofa is from 1918.
  49. design hunting
    When Nest Was What’s NextLooking back at the fearlessly eccentric magazine that Condé Nast was too afraid to buy.
  50. great rooms
    May I Come In?A library of some of Wendy Goodman’s favorite places.
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