Soho House is situated in a Bauhaus structure that was once a department store. After WWII, it was used for various purposes by the Communist party (Joseph Stalin gave a speech on one of the balconies). Our favorite spaces? The rough-luxe baths featuring the perfect balance of distress and polish. Get the look with the following elements.
The ultimate country escape? In the German village of Uckermark, architect Thomas Kröger and team recently converted a 140-year-old brick-and-timber barn into a family vacation house with a separate guest apartment. "In its time, it was an ultramodern building," says Kröger. It's ultramodern once again—while remaining true to its past.
We've been admiring Berlin design from afar it seems forever. When Remodelista editors Sarah and Christine separately took off for the city—Sarah and family are there all spring—we decided it was time to join them. Stay tuned for a week of the latest from Germany, precision-made kitchens and bohemian guest rooms included.
We're kicking off NYCxDesign week as a media sponsor of Bklyn Designs, a juried show of furniture, lighting, textiles, and accessories by Brooklyn's best. Here's an advance look at some of the highlights.
Architect Gerry Smith is available for the next 48 hours to answer any and all questions about his remodel of a 1901 kitchen, bath, and basement in Brooklyn. Use the commenting tool below, and ask away!
Inspired by the window covers in a living room by Commune Design, SF blogger and hands-on remodeler Caitlin Long of the Shingled House whipped up her own burlap version. Start to finish time for three panels: five hours.