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The Townhouse at 41 Bond

41 Bond St.'s greenery-adorned facade is just a hint of what lies within. Entering the building's posh but modest lobby, you would never imagine such an expansive home inside. Designed by DDG, the double-level townhouse opens up to a 50-foot-long great room with a panoramic view of a 1,700 square foot backyard, and feels a world away from the bustling NoHo neighborhood that envelops it. The artfully decorated home features handmande American furniture by BDDW and ethereal light fixtures made in NYC by Lindsey Adelman. 41 Bond also boasts a green roof on its top level to reduce stormwater runoff and save energy on heating and cooling.

The Union Square Duplex

Kate and Daniel Wadia wanted their double-level Fifth Avenue apartment to look like a “little house in the sky” and after stepping into the light-as-air duplex, we congratulate them for accomplishing their goal. Joseph Tanney and Robert Lutz of Resolution: 4 Architecture helped the homeowners achieve their vision of an open space in many different shades of white, and the final result is surprisingly functional (you’d never know by looking at these pristine pics, but the Wadias have two small children!). In addition to being gorgeous, the home also features glazed windows, an energy-efficient HVAC system and the architects made use of the pre-existing floors.

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