Posh New York Hi-Rise Goes Sound-Proof

July 12, 2010 in New York

Designing an apartment in the Robert A.M Stern—a posh hi-rise at 15 Central Park West—may be intimidating to some, but it also means starting with a magnificent blank canvas. Designer Daniel Barsanti, co-owner of Healing... read full post →

Traditional or Contemporary? How About Both…

July 12, 2010 in New York

When a Manhattan couple went in search of a contemporary yet traditional update to their two-bedroom 1960s white-brick high-rise, designer John Saladino was able to give them just what they wanted by simply blurring the lines between the... read full post →

Rockland Sees Rise in Remodeling Projects

July 01, 2010 in New York

After the federal tax credit for new homebuyers expired earlier this year, analysts in Rockland, NY were waiting with bated breath to see how the construction industry would fare. The verdict? New construction is down, but remodeling... read full post →

Old Victorian Gets a Crazy "Blue" Makeover

June 16, 2010 in New York

While most people fall in love with Victorian homes because of their architecture and charm, it doesn’t take long before they realize the style’s obvious shortcoming: cramped rooms in desperate need of some natural lighting. So... read full post →

Swimming in Modernity: A Seaworthy NYC Remodel

June 04, 2010 in New York

When the owner of a 4,000-square-foot Chelsea duplex in NYC requested a massive fish tank wall in her swanky pad, William Diamond and Anthony Barratta of Diamond Baratta Design knew logistically that it just couldn’t happen. So... read full post →
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