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Brownstone to Bauhaus

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Design editor Wendy Goodman takes you inside the city's most exciting homes and design studios. A visual diary by Design Editor Wendy Goodman The living room.    Photo: Annie Schlechter   Interior designer Alexandra Pappas was my neighbor in an 1854 brownstone for 18 years until she moved out in 2018. She moved to the storied Butterfield House, built in 1962 by protégées of Bauhaus founder Walter Gropius. I couldn't wait to see what she had done in such a different setting! A different vibe entirely from what she described with affection as our "crumbly brownstone." I discovered that Alexandra had gone modern, to a point, keeping her sense of cozy warmth intact along with her love of mixing periods and art into one lovely living composition. Take a tour Best, Wendy Goodman     Never miss a detail: Subscribe for unlimited access to New York .     This Wee

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Is 'Jungle Cruise' a Box Office Hit? During COVID, It's Hard to Know

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