Architectural Digest

magazine Feb 01 2021 · Architectural Digest

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Architectural Digest is the world's foremost design authority, showcasing the work of top architects and interior decorators. It continues to set new benchmarks for how to live well—what to buy, what to see and do, where to travel, and who to watch on the fast-paced, multifaceted global design scene.

Off the Grid • At his Brooklyn town house (page 64), artist Jorge Pardo lined the floors in his signature splashes of tile—commissioning an array both big and small, in a sea of blues and greens, from the Guadalajara atelier Cerámica Suro (ceramicasuro.com). But don’t let this one-off approach deter you from conceiving mosaics all your own. We have some helpful tips.…

editor’s letter

Seeing Stripes • The Upper East Side origin story of Scalamandré’s wildest—and most iconic—wallpaper

All in a Day’s Work • AD100 architect and proud Brooklynite Elizabeth Roberts reflects on the evolving day-to-day rhythms of her Gowanus office

OVERNIGHT SENSATIONS • From downtown Brooklyn to midtown Manhattan, three blockbuster new hotels ready to light up the skyline in the city that never sleeps

Local Legend • Tiffany’s new Atlas X collection is a love letter to a treasured landmark

I’ll Drink to That • The best occasional tables keep your cocktail at arm’s reach. Aren’t they a gem?

Changing Tides • As New Yorkers take to the water’s edge, today’s top minds reimagine urban shorelines

DISCOVERIES

After Effects • Olalekan Jeyifous imagines a New York transformed by climate change

Hampton on Hampton • Thirty-plus years after its creation, an Upper East Side dining room by Mark Hampton delights his designer daughter, Alexa

gotham glory • High above the gritty streets of Manhattan, Steven Volpe conjures a dazzling family home that rivals the toniest abodes of a bygone era

PARADISE CITY • Contemporary art, fanciful textiles, and a lush green aerie set the scene for family living in this West Village town house

design notes • THE DETAILS THAT MAKE THE LOOK

HEALING A HOUSE • For Dr. Siddhartha Mukherjee, artist Sarah Sze, and their daughters, home has become the ultimate haven

COLLECTED WISDOM • Marketing maverick Everette Taylor transforms a Lower Manhattan loft into a dynamic and deeply personal showcase for contemporary art

TRUE COLORS • Trading L.A. for Brooklyn, artist Jorge Pardo leaves his vibrant stamp on a onetime carriage house in the heart of Bushwick

OPEN FOR BUSINESS • Persevering through the pandemic, a new generation of taste-making store owners reminds us that shopping in the Big Apple still can’t be beat

beach boys • Green River Project crafts a rustic, seaside hideout for a young client in a Rockaway bungalow

HIGH LIFE • Decorated by Monique Gibson, a Tribeca aerie with city-embracing views makes a dreamy home base

resources • All products listed have been identified by the designer of each residence. Contact information was up to date at time of publication.

Elizabeth Graziolo

Architectural Digest