This week H&H opens it up wide. We'd heard rumors that they were going shorter on the text and bigger on the pics (isn't everyone?), and this week shows that at least the pics are getting BIG, BIG, BIG. More than half of the front page is a super-sized picture of spa life, and we suspect that this type of sensational opening will be the norm.
Once a Teardown, a Modernist Gem Is Reborn: Paul Rudolph's Yanofsky house in Boston (pic at top).
- Living in Zen: The Spa Life, 24/7: The increasing likelihood of "spadominiums" coming to NYC: primary-residence spa living for urbanites courtesy of Miraval Living
- A Decorator Show House for More Than Show: The idea was to create housing with more social services than medical support Woodycrest.
- Once a Teardown, a Modernist Gem Is Reborn: Paul Rudolph's Yanofsky house in Boston.
- Growing Up in a Glamorous Neverland: Merrywood in Mclean, VA.
- How can I muffle the noise from a neighboring apartment?
- Personal Shopper: Textural Textiles of the houndstoothy tweedy sort.