Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Space of the Week: A Clinton Hill Apartment Full of Revamped Treasures

Design Hunting


  • New High Line, New Inflatable Mascots
    Celebrate the opening of the second segment of the High Line alongside some friendly blow-up characters created by Miami-based conceptual-art group FriendsWithYou.
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  • Islands in the Hudson? No Problem.
    What would it look like if we built a chain of islands running through the Hudson? Ten design firms show the answer to this fanciful question and others at “Glimpses of New York and Amsterdam in 2040,” opening at the Center for Architecture this week. More  ›
  • Green Screens Meet Blueprints
    Design series “Archi-Film Mashup” returns to East Williamsburg’s 3rd Ward this Saturday, hosting hands-on workshops and discussions with leading local designers on the role of architecture in film. More  ›
Design Hunting

space of the week

The Side Tables Have a Past

Textile maker Nadia Yaron and woodworker Myriah Scruggs's Clinton Hill home is a white-walled sanctuary filled with furnishings of their own reinvention. Slideshow  ›

Myriah made the cabinet by the stove by sawing a found desk in half.

The side table was made from plywood, poplar, and oak.

The crate used as a side table was found in the neighborhood.

The Best Bet

Seletti’s Birchwood Cutlery

A baroque spin on typical picnic utensils.
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The Serving Trays Are the Stars

Pinch Food Design is a culinary-design hybrid, with chef Bob Spiegel overseeing its array of bite-size “mini-foods” and designer TJ Girard coming up with innovative ways to display and serve.
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At Cynthia Rowley and Bill Powers’s online art gallery Exhibition A, limited-edition and limited-release prints by the likes of Erik Parker, McDermott and McGough, and Jules De Balincourt get $20 marked off the final price when you enter discount code NYMAG at checkout.


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