Collection by Megan Hamaker

We Heart NYC: A Salute to Honor the 12th Anniversary of 9/11


Today, in honor of the 12th anniversary of the attacks of 9/11 we take pause and give a special salute to some of our favorite coverage of NYC over the years—knowing the skyline will never be the same but that it has risen again in a triumph of modern architecture.

When two actors purchased their West Village abode, it came with a 180-degree view of the Hudson River—and a frenetic...
In the dining area of the kitchen, Design Within Reach’s Salt chairs surround a vintage Milo Baughman table.
Taking cues from Piet Mondrian's iconic Broadway Boogie Woogie painting, architect and critic Joseph Giovannini recasts...
The kitchen was originally long, narrow, and completely closed off from the rest of the apartment.
"Architecture helps influence the mood and set the scene," architect Jon Handley of Pulltab Design says.
The walnut dining room table does quadruple duty as a work station and storage unit, and an eating and entertaining...
One of the pleasures of New York City is people-watching, especially in the golden glow of late afternoon.
The view from the front door toward the rear of the house, through the kitchen to the stairway.
The table’s base, which itself is an additional storage container, rolls easily into place to support the surface.
The Zizmors' son plays in front of a living wall created by urban landscaper Kari Elwell Katzander of Mingo Design.

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