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6 Hip and Innovative Manhattan Homes

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Ah, the Big Apple. If you can make it here, you can make it anywhere. These 6 residents are not only making it, they're doing it with style, innovation, and that little something extra that only New Yorkers can accomplish. Take a look!
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  BOLD COLOR, SMALL SPACE: THE BLACK APARTMENTIn this Dwell video, frequent TED speaker and international advertising consultant Cindy Gallop opens the doors to her unusual apartment in Manhattan, an all-black space filled to the brim with curios and novel objets d'art from far-flung locations.

    BOLD COLOR, SMALL SPACE: THE BLACK APARTMENT

    In this Dwell video, frequent TED speaker and international advertising consultant Cindy Gallop opens the doors to her unusual apartment in Manhattan, an all-black space filled to the brim with curios and novel objets d'art from far-flung locations.

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  MANHATTANLike many white people of a certain age, I first visited Harlem by mistake. I took the wrong subway and barely got out of the station: First one guy, then another, tried to shove me down the stairs. Thirty-two years later, walking past the gourmet markets, wine shops, and chain drugstores that are the sine qua non of change, I am struck by the Asians and Caucasians on their way to work, none scurrying with the head-down haste of the unwelcome. Harlem may still be the global capital of the African Diaspora, yet no court could have integrated it as efficiently as the lure of affordable Manhattan real estate. Nowadays, everyone takes the A train.photos by: Jake Stangel  Photo by: Jake Stangel

    MANHATTAN

    Like many white people of a certain age, I first visited Harlem by mistake. I took the wrong subway and barely got out of the station: First one guy, then another, tried to shove me down the stairs. Thirty-two years later, walking past the gourmet markets, wine shops, and chain drugstores that are the sine qua non of change, I am struck by the Asians and Caucasians on their way to work, none scurrying with the head-down haste of the unwelcome. Harlem may still be the global capital of the African Diaspora, yet no court could have integrated it as efficiently as the lure of affordable Manhattan real estate. Nowadays, everyone takes the A train.

    photos by: Jake Stangel

    Photo by: Jake Stangel

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  THE INTELLIGENT KITCHEN: DR. VIJAY BATTUIn this Dwell video, Dr. Vijay Battu gives us a tour of his elegant Manhattan apartment, extolls the virtues of open space in kitchens, and performs an impromptu living room concert. Along the way we learn about symmetry, skylines, and the secret life of Italian cabinetry.

    THE INTELLIGENT KITCHEN: DR. VIJAY BATTU

    In this Dwell video, Dr. Vijay Battu gives us a tour of his elegant Manhattan apartment, extolls the virtues of open space in kitchens, and performs an impromptu living room concert. Along the way we learn about symmetry, skylines, and the secret life of Italian cabinetry.

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  SPACE-SAVING WOOD-PANELED APARTMENT IN MANHATTANFaced with the challenge of a diminutive New York apartment in desperate need of a refresh, architect Tim Seggerman went straight to his toolbox to craft a Nakashima-inspired interior.photos by: David Engelhardt

    SPACE-SAVING WOOD-PANELED APARTMENT IN MANHATTAN

    Faced with the challenge of a diminutive New York apartment in desperate need of a refresh, architect Tim Seggerman went straight to his toolbox to craft a Nakashima-inspired interior.

    photos by: David Engelhardt

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  THE MANHATTAN TRANSFORMATIONAs head of retail development and legal counsel leasing for American Apparel, Michael Pozner spends a lot of time sorting out the details when a new venue is chosen for the brand’s purposes. But, he admits, “I’m not a big architectural design guy.” So when he decided to reinvent the diminutive Manhattan studio in which he lives and works, Pozner tapped Darrick Borowski of Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture with whom he’d collaborated on multiple American Apparel stores. Pozner explains what happened when, architecturally speaking, he took his work home with him.photos by: Raimund Koch  Photo by: Raimund Koch

    THE MANHATTAN TRANSFORMATION

    As head of retail development and legal counsel leasing for American Apparel, Michael Pozner spends a lot of time sorting out the details when a new venue is chosen for the brand’s purposes. But, he admits, “I’m not a big architectural design guy.” So when he decided to reinvent the diminutive Manhattan studio in which he lives and works, Pozner tapped Darrick Borowski of Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture with whom he’d collaborated on multiple American Apparel stores. Pozner explains what happened when, architecturally speaking, he took his work home with him.

    photos by: Raimund Koch

    Photo by: Raimund Koch

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  ONE ROOM FITS ALLNew Yorkers often work, eat, sleep, and entertain in a single room. But for Milan Hughston, a renovation turned that predicament into a pleasure.photos by: Grant Delin  Photo by: Grant Delin

    ONE ROOM FITS ALL

    New Yorkers often work, eat, sleep, and entertain in a single room. But for Milan Hughston, a renovation turned that predicament into a pleasure.

    photos by: Grant Delin

    Photo by: Grant Delin

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