AN AMERICAN BOOKSHELF IN LONDON
When Russian-born architect Andrei Saltykov designed his home in the UK, he put his love of the USA on the shelf.
photos by: Will Pryce
MAGNETIC WALLS, AND STORAGE MADE SEXY
When architects Hayes and James Slade of Slade Architecture renovated a three-story brownstone in Brooklyn for Ricky Kenig, the owner of the New York City's ubiquitous Ricky's NYC stores, and his three daughters, they took an atypical approach to storage: "rather than concealing, it reveals and celebrates," says James.
CATCH A WAVE
An undulating wall made from over 40,000 dowels adds a dose of awe to a Massachusetts loft.
photos by: John Horner
HIDE AND EAT
In Manhattan, where space is the ultimate luxury, a clever design workaround makes a dining table disappear after supper. Like a Murphy bed, the dining table tucks into the wall when not in use.
STORAGE SAVVY RENOVATION IN EMERYVILLE
Persistence paid off for this California couple who worked overtime for two years to tackle their all-in-one loft renovation. The wooden box is as functional as it is finely crafted, with room for clothes up top. Each niche holds treasures from travels, family keepsakes, books, and more.
Photo by Drew Kelly.