These tasty treats make unique (and delicious!) holiday gifts.
New York Cottages & Gardens - November 2017
Anna Cléjan's creations are so sculptural that they might seem intended as purely decorative, but she is making functional art.
The 2017 NYC&G IDAs honored outstanding design in New York as well as the 2017 Innovator Award recipient, Donna Karan.
Kilkare has hit the market for the second time in its 140-year history.
Watch: Editor at Large Visits the Inaugural Holiday House London with NYC&G as the Exclusive U.S. Media Sponsor
Editor at Large's Dannielle Kyrillos interviews Fiona Barratt-Campbell, Campion Platt, Patrik Lönn, Philippe Maidenberg, Karen Howes, Susan White, Rachel Laxer, NYC&G Editor in Chief Kendell Cronstrom, Iris Dankner and Myra Biblowit at the inaugural event in London.
Get in while the going is good—if it’s not too late.
Luxury jewelry designers impress with these unique, show-stopping pieces.
In the Meatpacking District, a plan to transform five low-slung Gansevoort Street warehouses into swanky offices, stores, and restaurants has been held up for years by the local preservationist group Save Gansevoort.
Winning product design projects came from Christina Z. Antonio and Barry Goralnick for Vanguard.
“Billy Baldwin: The Great American Decorator [by Adam Lewis, 2010; Rizzoli]. His impeccable eye for color, pattern, and scale are all on display, in addition to transcripts from his lectures at the Cooper-Hewitt, which are surprisingly pragmatic and quite funny!” —Nick Olsen, interior designer
Winning kitchen design projects came from DB Design, Wettling Architects, and Carol Kurth Architecture, PC.
Winning bath design projects came from Wettling Architects, Jo Machinist Architect, and Clean Design Partners.
Winning small space design projects came from Daedalus Workshop Architects, Jasmine Lam Interior Design + Architecture, and Linherr Hollingsworth, LLC.
On October 16, at Rockefeller Center’s famous Rainbow Room, NYC&G presented its fifth annual Innovation in Design Awards (IDAs), celebrating the best regional projects in the categories of architecture and interior, small space, garden, kitchen, bath, and product design. The finalists had been selected just a month before by our distinguished panel of judges—architect and designer Alison Spear, textile designer Judy Ross, and interior designers Caleb Anderson and Matthew Patrick Smyth—who convened at the Country Floors showroom in Manhattan to sift through dozens of submissions. Read on to see who took top honors.
Winning garden design projects came from Renée Byers Landscape Architect, Carol Kurth Architecture in collaboration with Diane Bilgore, and Hollander Design Landscape Architects.
Penthouses might be in demand, but they can also prove difficult to unload.
Winning interior design projects came from Jasmine Lam Interior Design + Architecture, Joyce D. Silverman Interiors and Worth Interiors.
Winning architecture projects came from Fox Design, CWB Architects, and Wettling Architects.
The 2017 NYC&G IDA finalist product design projects came from Christina Z. Antonio, Barry Goralnick for Vanguard, Carol Kurth Architecture PC, Liaigre, Matthew Studios, Daltile, Cliff Young Ltd., Plexi-Craft, Linherr Hollingsworth, and J.D. Staron.
The 2017 NYC&G IDA finalist bath design projects came from Wettling Architects, Jo Machinist Architect, Clean Design Partners, Brett Helsham Designs, and Melanie Roy Design.