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SUMMER 2007

A Midsummer Night’s Dream
By Rose Bennett Gilbert, Photography by Phillip Ennis
When dusk casts its glamorous spell, the family moves outside to where the night is breezy and the cooking is easy.

Shades of Green
A 12-page guide to construction materials, green technologies, and home products whose use will help conserve the finite resources of our fragile planet.

Getting Your Feet Wet
By Charles F. Hilton
Ten pages of specifics on the planning intricacies, zoning complexities, and special construction materials you must use if you plan to build on the waterfront.

Classic American Shingle
By Stuart Disston, AIA, Photographs by Phillip Ennis
This architectural style, on discreet display everywhere in the Hamptons, is as American as the buffalo nickel.

Masterpiece Mansions
By Ruth J. Katz, Photography by Tim Lee
Antares homes are big-ticket items, even in affluent Greenwich.

Plus columns on art & antiques, construction, interior design, landscape design, restoration, and technology. 

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SPRING 2007

Gift of a Master
By Michael Allan Torre
This award-winning, 18-page look at Philip Johnson’s celebrated Glass House in New Canaan, Connecticut, includes Richard Friswell’s guide to Johnson’s subterranean Painting Gallery, which holds works by luminaries instrumental in defining fine art in the second half of the last century.

Water, Water Everywhere
By Alan Edwards
Why settle for an ordinary blue box of a swimming pool?

Splendor in the Bath
By Rose Bennett Gilbert, Photography by Phillip Ennis
Sensitive faucets, chandeliers, a big-screen TV—today’s “brainy bathroom” offers luxurious bathing facilities fit for the Emperor Augustus.

Plus columns on art & antiques, architecture, construction, green technology, interior design, landscape design, real-estate trends, restoration, and technology.

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WINTER 2007

Entertaining Grandly
By Steve Haas
You can tailor elements of your home’s design (the technology you install, your furniture layout) to make entertaining more rewarding.

Architects' Design Challenge: Renovate or Tear Down?
By Neil Hauck, Douglas Wilk, Jeff Kaufman, and Cormac Byrne
Is it oafish to demolish an old house? Four noted architects discuss the virtues and pitfalls of remodeling the dwellings of yesteryear.

The Furniture Fixer
By Ruth J. Katz
The gifted artisans in Joe Biunno’s Manhattan workshop could probably put even Humpty Dumpty together again.

Amazing Accessory Structures
By Richard S. Granoff
An artist’s studio, a rifle range, a model-train pavilion—this architect delights in designing outbuildings to complement an estate’s main house.

Plus columns on architecture, art & antiques, construction, estate management, green technology, interior design, landscape design, lighting, and real-estate trends.

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FALL 2006 (PREMIERE ISSUE)

Gracious Symmetry
By Ruth J. Katz, Photography by Tim Lee
In praise of the local Georgian Revival residences framed by the masterly hand and eye of architect Mott Schmidt.

Making a Room for Wine
By Scott Gibson
How to create a state-of-the-art wine cellar.

Luxury in the Kitchen
By Mary Jo Peterson
Fantasylike—yet practical—kitchen options.

Plus columns offering guidance by experts in the fields of architecture, art and antiques, construction, green technology, home technology, interior design, lighting, and heating and ventilation.

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SUMMER 2007

A Midsummer Night’s Dream
By Rose Bennett Gilbert, Photography by Phillip Ennis
When dusk casts its glamorous spell, the family moves outside to where the night is breezy and the cooking is easy.

Shades of Green
A 12-page guide to construction materials, green technologies, and home products whose use will help conserve the finite resources of our fragile planet.

Getting Your Feet Wet
By Charles F. Hilton
Ten pages of specifics on the planning intricacies, zoning complexities, and special construction materials you must use if you plan to build on the waterfront.

Classic American Shingle
By Stuart Disston, AIA, Photographs by Phillip Ennis
This architectural style, on discreet display everywhere in the Hamptons, is as American as the buffalo nickel.

Masterpiece Mansions
By Ruth J. Katz, Photography by Tim Lee
Antares homes are big-ticket items, even in affluent Greenwich.

Plus columns on art & antiques, construction, interior design, landscape design, restoration, and technology. 

View Issue

 

SPRING 2007

Gift of a Master
By Michael Allan Torre
This award-winning, 18-page look at Philip Johnson’s celebrated Glass House in New Canaan, Connecticut, includes Richard Friswell’s guide to Johnson’s subterranean Painting Gallery, which holds works by luminaries instrumental in defining fine art in the second half of the last century.

Water, Water Everywhere
By Alan Edwards
Why settle for an ordinary blue box of a swimming pool?

Splendor in the Bath
By Rose Bennett Gilbert, Photography by Phillip Ennis
Sensitive faucets, chandeliers, a big-screen TV—today’s “brainy bathroom” offers luxurious bathing facilities fit for the Emperor Augustus.

Plus columns on art & antiques, architecture, construction, green technology, interior design, landscape design, real-estate trends, restoration, and technology.

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WINTER 2007

Entertaining Grandly
By Steve Haas
You can tailor elements of your home’s design (the technology you install, your furniture layout) to make entertaining more rewarding.

Architects' Design Challenge: Renovate or Tear Down?
By Neil Hauck, Douglas Wilk, Jeff Kaufman, and Cormac Byrne
Is it oafish to demolish an old house? Four noted architects discuss the virtues and pitfalls of remodeling the dwellings of yesteryear.

The Furniture Fixer
By Ruth J. Katz
The gifted artisans in Joe Biunno’s Manhattan workshop could probably put even Humpty Dumpty together again.

Amazing Accessory Structures
By Richard S. Granoff
An artist’s studio, a rifle range, a model-train pavilion—this architect delights in designing outbuildings to complement an estate’s main house.

Plus columns on architecture, art & antiques, construction, estate management, green technology, interior design, landscape design, lighting, and real-estate trends.

View Issue

 

FALL 2006 (PREMIERE ISSUE)

Gracious Symmetry
By Ruth J. Katz, Photography by Tim Lee
In praise of the local Georgian Revival residences framed by the masterly hand and eye of architect Mott Schmidt.

Making a Room for Wine
By Scott Gibson
How to create a state-of-the-art wine cellar.

Luxury in the Kitchen
By Mary Jo Peterson
Fantasylike—yet practical—kitchen options.

Plus columns offering guidance by experts in the fields of architecture, art and antiques, construction, green technology, home technology, interior design, lighting, and heating and ventilation.

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