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Nine Is Enough
Robert and Cortney Novogratz, along with their 7 kids, have moved more than 15 times, renovating and flipping properties in the city. Their 100-year-old country farmhouse is a keeper, though.
Art and Commerce
Sandra Nunnerley, a onetime art dealer–turned–decorator, brings her connoisseur’s eye to an Upper East Side townhouse.
Small is Beautiful
Russell Bush has lived in a tiny, one-bedroom, prewar apartment for more than 30 years. The size hasn’t stopped him from collecting all of his favorite things.
A Family Affair
In a Park Avenue apartment that once belonged to Barbara Walters, a young family’s urbane taste creates a very contempory-looking classic.
Juan Montoya’s Dutchess County retreat encompasses 110 acres, lake included.
A Nest Grows in Brooklyn
Artist Patrick Dougherty will be weaving a giant nest this summer at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
Same but Different
Lusting after one of those glamorous Saarinen pedestal tables? Fear not. We show you how to live happily ever after with substitutes.
This season’s fresh crop of outdoor furnishings.
A selection of current photo gallery shows, including edgy newby Hasted Hunt in Chelsea.
When All the World’s Real Estate Is Staged
The Mighty Starchitects
My Life With the Power Brokers
On the Shelves
A review of Zaha Hadid Complete Works
A Feast of All Things Ponti
A Clearing in the Woods
The dean of downtown nightlife lives–who would have guessed?–in Murray Hill.
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