Trade Secrets

Light That Swings as Quick as a Mood
The New York Times, Thursday, October 7, 2004

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Big Ideas for Small Spaces

Mr. Yunis' apartment on the cover

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Media Savvy

Planning to install a media room and host a Sopranos marathon?

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White Hot

Office and sitting area designed by Mr. Yunis in townhouse apartment

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Splash Down

Three designers turn a bare-bones pool house into a summer-sensational style statement.

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Master Plans

Soak up three imaginative takes on a basic master bathrooms.

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First Impressions

This forbidding foyer said "Enter at your own risk" - till three innovative makeovers turned it into a truely grand entrance.

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Form Follows Fashion

This bare-bones closet is pretty dowdy, we asked four clothes-conscious designers to dress it up.

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Room to spare

This poky little bedroom gave us nightmares until three design talents made it over. The results? Dreamy

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Dining Libraries

Space-saving is a fact of urban life, so why squander precious square footage on an underutilized dining room? Between parties, turn it into a library.

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Powder Rooms

Even the grandest houses have at least one of those poky little rooms, spaces that put the "closet" in "WC," so we challenged three of our favorite design talents to work a little magic. Te results? Bye-bye, claustrophobia-hello, style sensation!

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What to do about terrible terraces

Romeo and Juliet this ain't. To bring romance to a bare balcony, we asked a landscape designer, a garden-antiques specialist, and an interior designer to cast their spell.

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Kitchen Aid

It doesn't get much worse then this: 35 square feet, a low ceiling, no windows, and no vent. John Yunis asked four fellow designers to tackle the ugliest little kitchen in the world.

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Art Appreciation in a New Light

Choosing the Light Fantastic
The New York Times, Thursday, July 12, 2001

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