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"I remember cycling past the house on my way for groceries," says Anki Wijnen. Her design agency and blog, Zilverblauw, which she runs with her graphic designer husband, Casper Boot, was only growing bigger—and so were their two kids. It was clear they needed a bigger home, and this one was love at first sight. Not only was it conveniently located near the city center, it came with an extra space

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Based out of São Paulo, Brazil, famed shoe designer Alexandre Birman comes through New York once a month for business. The core of his time revolves around Midtown East near his showroom and new storefront, so when it came time to hunt for a pied-à-terre, there wasn’t much hunting to do. Birman found Rafael Viñoly’s celebrated 432 Park Avenue nonpareil. “The infrastructure of the building and facilities it offers are

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From a photographer capturing childhood forts to a sculptor whose giant textile renditions of pizza slices and burgers look good enough to eat, our editors select the artists to watch. Sascha Braunig, Spliied, 2018 Painting: Sascha Braunig The female form is morphed, scaled-up and distorted in the work of Canadian artist Sascha Braunig. Dismembered silhouettes are animated with herringbone, stripes and polka-dot patterns, or else flattened with a graphic, digital-infused visual language. Optical

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In the practiced hands of Canadian ceramicist Liz Magor, a soft paper bag, creased over time and worn thin, is transformed into an object of “vitality or vivaciousness”—cast into a larger-than-life, rock-hard object she carefully paints a glossy pink. Challenging conventions of subject matter and materials, Magor translates banal objects made of humble materials into items with actual weight. In an exclusive interview as part of Art21’s “Extended Play” series, the artist

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Photo: Reid Rolls With our burgeoning burnout culture and the alarming rise of chronic conditions, the collective desire for a more holistic approach to health care has reached a crescendo. Since its launch in 2016, medical practice Parsley Healthhas sought to answer that call, revamping primary care as we know it. Operating out of clinics in New York, San Francisco, and Los Angeles, Parsley Health is an annual membership service ($150 a month) that offers patients

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Is it just us, or did January feel like a really long month? Maybe it had something to do with the fact that Vogue Runway covered 278 menswear, Pre-Fall, and couture collections (and counting!). The menswear shows began just after the new year, and hardly a day has gone by since without some kind of fashion show coverage. That means our street style photographers were busier than ever in January, too.

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