New Ground in Brooklyn

July 23, 2012
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The Brooklyn Botanic Garden is experiencing a growth spurt. This 52-acre urban Eden, located in the heart of the borough and separated by a parking lot from the Brooklyn Museum, opened a new visitors center in May that defies easy categorization.  

The King Street Lots in Red Hook, Brooklyn, New York

January 16, 2012
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Please welcome our new blogger Laura Harmon. She received a Master's Degree in Landscape Architecture from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design and she currently designs and builds gardens and objects for the garden out of her studio in Red Hook, Brooklyn. She'll be blogging for us about different landscape architecture stories throughout the year.

Photo by: Andrew and Gemma Ingalls

Everything about Flavor Paper is larger than life. The company’s origins are dramatic, its early years cataclysmic, its printed wallpaper—the result of dedicated craftsmanship and a mod (and sometimes post-mod) sensibility—dazzling.

This article was first published in Garden Design November/December 2011

What Makes a House a Home: Gemma and Andrew Ingalls

November 30, 2011
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what makes a house a home

What Makes a House a Home: The Design*Sponge Edition

September 14, 2011
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what makes a house a home

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