Starck's new lamp series in Milan
Catching up from last week, H&H hits a solid double deep to left field with a good mix of DIY Brooklynites builiding their own home, Rick Marin obsessing about the new trend in lucite furniture, real estate madness and a fine Personal Shopper that zeros in on baby high chair design. Read through and give it your vote below.
A Garden's Future, in Glass Houses: Anne Raver is back! Super Cool story about the new $24.6 millionNolen Greenhouses for Living Collections, which open May 14 at the New York Botanical Garden.
Day and Night, You Are the One: Like daybeds? We do to. Stylish and smaller than a couch, here's a primer on how many their are to choose from and why.
Realty Agents Add Elastic to Their Ethics: More tales from the City about how badly people behave when pursuing real estate
What to Do With a Chunky Entertainment Center: Aren't questions a new feature? In response to this question, Marco Pasanella says keep it and convert it. With a bunch of suggestions as to how.
Personal Shopper: Six Ways to Clean Up a Highchair: The pick of the litter, and lots of attention to Argington, a new, hometown talent hailing from the BKLYN.
Upscale, Downscale: Raul Barreneche skillfully exposes the idiosynchratic and often beautiful home that a young couple built on an empty lot in Brooklyn for $550,000 (not including the land). Great pictures in the print version got stripped out online.
Special Feature: Great slideshow on i Saloni or the Milan Furniture Fair
A Quest for Furniture With Nothing to Hide: The King of Clear, Vanilla Ice, and the Queen, Madonna, and other tales of the resurgence of acrylic...
Volunteers Go Maple to Ginkgo in the City's Second Tree Census: The Lorax would be proud
Young Designers Show Off in Brooklyn: Bklyn Designs 2005 rundown
Recipe for a Type-A Chef: Abracadabra, Just Add Iron: Check this out! Induction cooking. No heat, just hot instantly...
Open-Loft Living With Privacy for Man and Dogs: Very cool bedroom unit on wheels that divides a small apt.
A Tiffany Treasure Unmasked and Open to the Public: Mosaics by Louis Comfort Tiffany are being uncovered on 44th street