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“Fourteen million,” jokes actress Maggie Gyllenhaal about the number of fireplaces in her and husband Peter Sarsgaard’s bright Brooklyn brownstone. “We have 14 million fireplaces.” They actually have several, but even if the effortlessly cool family had only one hearth in their four-story home, which they purchased in 2006, the space would feel endlessly warm. Or, as Sarsgaard puts it, “There are lots of places to curl up with a

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Globe-trotting writer and fashion-world insider Derek Blasberg conjures the perfect setting for his next chapter—a sophisticated Upper East Side apartment. I moved from St. Louis to New York in 2000, the year I turned 18 and graduated from high school. That means that last year, 2018, was the moment I had lived here for exactly as long as I had lived there. I didn’t realize it at the time, but buying

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Do you like your room?” the designer Ariel Ashe, one half of the New York–based AD100 firm Ashe Leandro, asked a demanding client one bright morning in Manhattan. The client proceeded to throw himself onto the floor, reach into a basket full of plushy toys, and begin tossing them all over the place. Would that be a yes? To clarify any misunderstanding, he then erupted into an epic giggle fit

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With Bangser’s new concept, visitors will be able to not only appreciate artfully designed objects from various studios but also collect pieces to take home. The pieces in the showcase will range in price from $1,000 to $50,000. Items priced under $100 will be available at The Shop, which will offer a selection from a small group of design boutiques from around the world. Participating studios and designers include Patrick

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The Museum of Modern Art’s massive expansion in New York will soon be complete, giving visitors the chance to see more of its collection of Modern and contemporary art than ever before. Three years ago, before the construction began that temporarily closed about 45 percent of museum galleries, approximately 1,500 works from the collection were on view. Come October 21, when the new MoMA is unveiled, there will be between 2,400

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Is there anything more exciting than date night in New York? Bright lights, big city, limitless options. But with so many choices, it’s difficult to know where to begin. Not to worry, your friends at artnet News have you covered. Here are our best art-date ideas around New York, from uptown to downtown and everywhere in between. Chelsea Grab a delicious bite at Jun-Men Ramen. Photo courtesy of Jun-Men Ramen. Get Some Free

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During the press preview for the inaugural edition of Frieze Los Angeles, director Bettina Korek shared an interesting fact: 49 of the fair’s 70 exhibitors had not shown at LA art fair in the past five years. Despite the city’s long tradition of cultivating great artists, it has been viewed as a peripheral blip on the global art fair circuit. The main annual event has been the modestly sized, locally

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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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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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