ARCHITECTURE WORTH SAVING

ARCHITECTURE WORTH SAVING

A version of this article, by Michael Kimmelman, appears in print on January 27, 2015, on page C1 of the New York edition of the New York Times, with the headline:  A Chance to Salvage a Master’s Creation Paul Rudolph’s Orange County Government Center in Goshen, N.Y.,...
RED

RED

When it comes to color, interior designers are both scientists and artists. They look at a color the way a botanist might look at a flower: appreciating the outward appearance, the geometry of design, but knowing so much more, how it was created, what’s going on that...

HOT TODDY

It slides down my throat with the greatest of ease. Ha! Who said that? That’s a fallacy. Mom made me drink it whenever I got sick. Yuk. Her recipe was unique, hot water, tea, honey, whiskey and milk. It was the worst. I got better fast. I had no choice. If I didn’t...

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