Lichtenstein's Former Studio; Lamps From iMacs; More!

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· City's oldest house to get incongruously modern addition. [Curbed NY]
· A party villa with a swim-up bar and retractable glass roof. [Curbed Hamptons]
· Billy Joel's erstwhile Central Park penthouse sells for $11M. [Curbed NY]
· Eight of the coolest abandoned places in Philly. [Curbed Philly]
· Design changes in store for WTC Performing Arts Center? [Curbed NY]
· A library for printed furniture, at your fingertips. [Co.Exist]
· This mirrored office looks like a funhouse. [Architizer]
· Kim Delaney's Charleston house goes up for grabs. [The Real Estalker]
· 10 glamorous baths: metal factory window edition. [Remodelista]
· 11 amazing home-away-from-home treehouses. [Houzz]
· Design firm re-creates a table in Lego; now we can build it for cheap. [Architizer]
· Catissa: a four-story house for cats. [DesignBoom]
· Tried-and-true tips to make a small space feel larger. [Lonny]
· At 25-years-old, meet one of the country's youngest architects. [WSJ]
· New photos of Zaha Hadid's first built tower. [Architizer]
· Tiffany Pratt's spring wonderland tabletop. [Rue]
· Infographic: celebrating Mies van der Rohe. [ArchDaily]
· Whitewash: the stark side of sunny L.A. [Cool Hunting]
· A look inside Roy Lichtenstein's former residence and studio. [DesignBoom]
· Pendant lamps made from old iMacs. [Gizmodo]
· A 'Calvin and Hobbes' bedroom with tree fort bunk bed. [Laughing Squid]
· Hotello: the portable sleep space that packs into a trunk. [Laughing Squid]

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