Interior Design September 2018

Featured projects, walk-throughs, products, news, and more from the September 2018 issue of Interior Design

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Features

Meyer Davis Expands the Assemblage’s Coworking Concept in NoMad and FiDi

Creativity Runs Wild at 5 Outer-Borough Installations and Destinations

ENV Salutes Tommy Hilfiger’s Patriotic Traditions at the Fashion Brand’s NYC Office

Rottet Studio and Studios Architecture Renovate the New York Stock Exchange

At a Landmarked NoLIta Parochial School, Now Condos, Jonathan Marvel and Juliet Gold Traversed the Centuries

NYCxDESIGN Award Winners 2018

City Living

Elements of Surprise Define a Dreamy Manhattan Aerie by Dufner Heighes

Janson Goldstein Infuses a Classic Upper East Side Apartment With Modern Sensibilities

De-Spec Brings Nature Inside a Soaring West Village Triplex

PowerGrid

PowerGrid 50: Our Second Annual Report on New York City's Real Estate Scene

Designwire

Noguchi-Inspired Sculptures by Jorge Palacios Appear in New York City

Inside Ample Hills Creamery’s Brand-New Exhibition Space in Brooklyn

New Practice Studio Envelops a Chinese Eatery in NYC With Noodle-Inspired Canopy

R & Company Inaugurates a New wHY-Designed Gallery in TriBeCa

Marc Thorpe Design Masterminds the Classic Car Club’s Manhattan Digs

Messana O’Rorke Designs a Crisp, Clean Store in NoLIta for Malin+Goetz

Blips

Jeremiah Goodman’s Artwork Remembered in New Monograph 

Peter Marino Designs Lehmann Maupin's Second New York Gallery

Greater Good

Cooper Robertson Expands the Edible Academy at the New York Botanical Garden

Design Insider

Manhattan Restaurants Serve up a Tasting Menu of Creativity

Centerfold

2 Seaport District Kiosks by Woods Bagot Evoke Motion

Crosslines

Stella Betts and David Leven Free Architecture From Preconceptions

Market

Carl Hansen & Søn Taps Brad Ascalon for Preludia Seating Collection

Saba's Nest-Like Geo Armchair Stays Grounded and Comfortable

Rounded Silhouettes Give 6 New Seats Major Appeal

Egg Collective’s Georgie Ottomans, Designed for the New York City Ballet, Now Available to All

6 Stylish New Seats

K&B and the City

K&B and the City: New York 2018

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