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Adam Lewis

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NYSD House re-visits its interview with interior designer and author, Adam Lewis, who died unexpectedly on November 25th at the age of 83. Adam was an intriguing man who loved to tell stories and converse on just about any subject from his dear friendship with Albert Hadley to divulging his favorite meat loaf recipe. He will be missed... READ MORE
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David Easton

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Remembering esteemed designer and architect David Easton from an interview with him and a tour of his digs in 2007... READ MORE
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Mark Epstein

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This week we’ve chosen to re-run our interview with designer Mark Epstein, who suddenly passed away this Tuesday, shocking and saddening his family and many friends... READ MORE
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From Heartbreak to Healing — Rebuilding the Ranch House

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Paige Peterson visits the new (rebuilt) ranch of Peter and Nancy Lang's on the occasion of the third anniversary of the Tubbs Fire in 2017, which destroyed everything... READ MORE
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Carolyne Roehm

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Sian, Lesley and JH, with camera, return to a visit in 2007 with the elegant, sophisticated, hard-working, sleek, chic, and kind Carolyne Roehm — "born a thoroughbred filled with the nervous energy for a demanding race."... READ MORE
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Big Old Houses: Yonkers, of all places

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Returning to John Foreman’s history of a mansion overlooking the Hudson in Yonkers built in 1912 by a tycoon born in a Montana mining camp who made a fortune in copper and gold... READ MORE
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Big Old Houses: A Whole Lot of Crazy

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John Foreman gives of the history (and a tour) of houses on the corner of Fifth Avenue and 82nd Street as well as the apartment tower rising high above them all in 1977... READ MORE
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Big Old Houses: A Political Mansion

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Every house has a personality. John Foreman takes us on a tour and a history of Morven, once a family house built mid-18th century, into the New Jersey Governor’s Mansion, to now a museum... READ MORE
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Big Old Houses: Where Are They Now?

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Looking back at John Foreman’s visit to the grandly fascinating Woodlawn Cemetery in the Bronx where for the last century and a half so many famous and prominent New Yorkers are buried... READ MORE
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Isabelo Satori

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Before these strange times when you could go a-visiting, Sian and Lesley interviewed the designer Isabelo Satori at the Carroll Gardens home he shares with his husband Cort Cunningham... READ MORE
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Big Old Houses: Stanford White Experiments

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Big Old House returns to John Foreman’s visit to Naumkeag, the summer estate in Stockbridge of the most distinguished New York lawyer, Joseph Choate, and an early commission of Stanford White, then in his 20s... READ MORE
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Big Old Houses: A Very Big Stage

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We revisit John Foreman’s coverage of 1 East 78 Street, the home of James B. Duke, his wife and this legendary daughter, Doris, the richest girl in the world in the American 20th century... READ MORE

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