September 24, 2014

Interior Design September 2014

Featured projects, walk-throughs, products, news and more from the September 2014 issue of

Interior Design


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The Mojo at Mofo: Artwork Makes Magic at Gensler’s Morrison & Foerster

Museum in the Sky: Sprawling Midtown Apartment by Hariri & Hariri

They’re Onto Something Big: AppNexus’s Playful Flatiron Office by Agatha Habjan

Twice as Nice: Bryan Min and 2Michaels Double Size of Chelsea Loft

A History of Luxury: HOK Renovates New York Palace

The Creative Class: 4 Manhattan Tech and Media Offices

Zen and the Art of Urban Existence: Abington House Interiors by Clodagh

Experiencing Memory: Designers Reflect on the 9/11 Memorial Museum


Shelter From the Gray: Alumni Club Is Now The William Hotel

Where Ideas Blast Off: Situ Studio Reinvents New York Hall of Science

Inside Scoop: 7 NYC Places to Eat, Shop, Play, or Sleep

City Living

Second Time Around: Dufner Heighes Redesigns NoHo Model Apartment

The Price of Fame: CetraRuddy Converts TriBeCa Landmark Into Luxury Apartments

A Model Client: Federica Tondato’s LES Loft

Fashion’s Tribe: Messana O’Rorke Gut Renovates Chelsea High-Rise Apartment

Forward Looking: 3 Apartments Combine in Chelsea Bachelor Pad

K&B and the City

K&B and the City: New York


Behind Closed Doors:

Interior Design

‘s Favorite Talents Reveal Homes and Offices


Water, Water Everywhere: Water Tank Project Debuts in NYC

The Wild West: NYC’s 11th Avenue Gets Gotham West Market and Gotham West

Appetizing Design: 10 New and Noteworthy NYC Restaurants

Online Exclusives

10 Questions With… Amale Andraos

Sci-fi Surfaces: 5 Products Look to an Efficient Future

5 Dramatically Unique Theater Complexes

Memo From… New York


Neville Lewis: Where Are They Now

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