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Remodelista Editor-in-Chief

Julie Carlson

“Good design is intelligence made visible.”

- Le Corbusier
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10 Things to Know About Julie

  1. Lives:
    Brooklyn Heights, NY, and Mill Valley, CA
  2. Has Lived:
    Providence, RI; Paris; New York, NY; London; San Francisco
  3. Housework:
    Renovated 1950s beach shack in Del Mar, CA; overhauled 1970s house in Mill Valley, CA; continuously tweaking 1860s mansard roof house in Wellfleet, MA
  4. First Job:
    Cleaning Lillian Saarinen's (wife of Eero) summer house in Wellfleet, MA
  5. Highest-Prestige, Lowest-Paying Job:
    Editorial staffer at The New Yorker
  6. Last Item I Bought for My House:
    Covered ceramic bowl from Sarah Kersten Studio
  7. First Bicycle:
    White Peugeot PX-10
  8. Favorite Perfume:
    Eau Illuminee from Parfums DelRae
  9. Seminal Academic Moment:
    History of American Architecture with William Jordy at Brown University
  10. Favorite Iconic Midcentury Piece:
    Arne Jacobsen Dot Stool for Fritz Hansen
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