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Tour Stunning Apartments on Dwell Manhattan Home Tours

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For the third consecutive year, Dwell Home Tours take place across Manhattan on Saturday, October 11, 2014. It’s a rare opportunity to experience a group of private homes curated by Dwell’s editors, from a converted industrial building in Tribeca to a green renovation in Harlem. Plus, join us on October 10 to hear each of the architects speak about their challenges, inspirations, and successes in designing and building the featured homes. Both the Home Tours and Meet the Architects Night are approved for AIA CEU accreditation. Click through the slideshow for a preview of the spaces.

Tribeca Manufacturing Building New York–based architect Andrew Franz undertook the renovation of a landmark circa-1884...
The interior space is topped by a lush roof deck overlooking the Hudson River and lower Manhattan.
The residence is located on Crosby Street, which is part of the landmarked SoHo Cast Iron Historic District.
With these goals in mind, the architects put up a partial wall to separate public from private spaces, while playing...
Flatiron Penthouse When violinist Joshua Bell hired Charles Rose Architects to turn the upper floors of an old...
The spaces on the eighth floor of the penthouse are minimally delineated so as to allow for a continuous visual and...
Tribeca Family Penthouse Front Studio principal Yen Ha renovated her family’s eighth-floor penthouse apartment in...
Skylights scattered throughout the space bring much desired natural light to the rooms.
Harlem Town House Renovation After enduring what she calls “the Bermuda Triangle of New York,” otherwise known as the...
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