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All the comforts of the colorful, minimal home. Designed in Warsaw, Poland, by KW Studio.

All the comforts of the colorful, minimal home. Designed in Warsaw, Poland, by KW Studio.

A suspended white steel staircase distinguishes this Oslo, Norway, loft. Designed by London-based Haptic Architects. Photos by Simon Kennedy and Inger Marie Grini.

Meeting place. TPG Architecture offices, New York. Photo by Eric Laignel.

Meeting place. TPG Architecture offices, New York. Photo by Eric Laignel.

The stately grey stone of this Montreal townhouse betrays no hint of the streamlined interiors designed by Anne Sophie Goneau Design.

The stately grey stone of this Montreal townhouse betrays no hint of the streamlined interiors designed by Anne Sophie Goneau Design.

St. Mark’s Bookshop, a New York institution, makes a welcome comeback just a few blocks away from its previous home. Designed by Clouds Architecture Office. Photo courtesy Clouds Architecture Office.

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A staircase in the James A. Farley Post Office annex, in New York City. The original building as it appeared in 1912, the year the original Mckim Mead & White–designed building was completed. Top photo by Nick Carr. 

The stairs at the LV House, in Madrid, Spain. Designed by the Joaquin Torres & Rafael Llamazares architectural studio A-cero.

The Aanischaaukamikw Cree Cultural Institute, in the northern Canadian village of Oujé-Bougoumou, inspired by the traditional Cree structure called the shaptuan. Designed by Rubin & Rotman Architects.

The Aanischaaukamikw Cree Cultural Institute, in the northern Canadian village of Oujé-Bougoumou, inspired by the traditional Cree structure called the shaptuan. Designed by Rubin & Rotman Architects.

Model at 16 coat stand (1961), in leather, brass and walnut, by Italian Osvaldo Borsani.

Model at 16 coat stand (1961), in leather, brass and walnut, by Italian Osvaldo Borsani.

Etoile éclatée, 1968, lacquered stainless steel panel, by French sculptor Michel Deverne. A cache of his work was recently auctioned in Paris. Find out more about the artist at Pedro Silmon’s blog.

Etoile éclatée, 1968, lacquered stainless steel panel, by French sculptor Michel Deverne. A cache of his work was recently auctioned in Paris. Find out more about the artist at Pedro Silmon’s blog.