Author: Craig Kellogg

A 1978 contemporary in East Hampton’s Northwest Woods is a stunning testament to personal style.

Walls of slatted wooden louvers and floor-to-ceiling glass delineate a sleek getaway in the Amagansett woods.

A jewel-box duplex penthouse on Union Square West is a sparkling success story.

The finished home feels more like something "you'd find in Tribeca," says interior architect Sergio Mercado on this Brooklyn gem.

Makoid turned on a dime and created an entirely new design when the land plot for the home changed at the last minute.

After giving a contemporary pile a refresh, designer Ashley Bradley enlists architect Stuart Disston to start over—from the ground up.

Albert Matheny, a personal trainer to the stars, gets an airy and modern redesign for his former-warehouse loft.

Designers who take on projects in the Hamptons need plenty of grit, asserts architect Guillermo Gomez.

The owners called on Austin Patterson Disston Architects to build an easygoing beach retreat where they could unwind.