Trained as an artist, with a background in hospitality, the Brooklyn-based consultant and author is able to creatively envisage new twists on old forms.
Brooklyn creatives go green, fabricating designs from dinnerware to wallpaper in leafy hues. Some objects are not only green in color but also easy on the environment.
The well-known New Yorker cartoonist reveals the creative process behind his latest graphic novel and comedic memoir, "The Loneliness of the Long-Distance Cartoonist."
Find it in homes, supermarkets, brokerages, banks and bagel shops across the borough.
Each property posed its own challenges -- including rentals, one that was chopped up into apartments, and another that was a dilapidated, uninhabitable wreck.
Her home is minimal but inviting, uncluttered but rich, understated but also distinctly unboring.
The firm's unassuming but numerous buildings changed the look of Brooklyn.
Bushwick-based artist Daniel Mandelbaum lets chance determine the creation of his small clay sculptures.
These small meatballs with carrots and potato are from Isfahan, a city in central Iran.
The dishes at the Prospect Heights Persian restaurant were culled from many sources and perfected over a long period of time.