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A Townhouse Turnaround

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(Slide Show) Thomas Jayne’s stylish renovation of a 19th-century home in Philadelphia tempts a country gentleman to give up the suburbs and embrace a new life

July 2011 Directory

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A listing of the architects, designers, hotels, and other resources featured in this month’s issue of Architectural Digest

Candida Höfer’s and Thomas Struth’s World of Interiors

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The Clark Art Institute highlights the large-scale works of the two German photographers

London’s Serpentine Gallery Pavilions

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(Slide Show) On July 1, the Serpentine Gallery in London’s Kensington Gardens will unveil the latest temporary pavilion to grace its grounds—this one by Swiss architect Peter Zumthor. And later this summer, Taschen will release the book Serpentine Pavilions: 2000–2011, a comprehensive look at the beloved annually erected public spaces, which have included commissions by Zaha Hadid, Rem Koolhaas, and Jean Nouvel, among others. Here, AD previews Zumthor’s creation and visits ten stunning structures built in summers past.

Inside Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2

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(Slide Show) Production designer Stuart Craig gives AD an exclusive look at the sets of the upcoming film

On the Market: July 2011

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(Slide Show) Extraordinary homes for sale around the world

A Tribeca Penthouse Makeover

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After commissioning a design for his apartment—and then scrapping the results—a young investor gets the bachelor pad he always wanted

Status Symbols

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Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts unveils a new jewelry gallery

A Loft Expansion in Manhattan

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(Slide Show) After combining two modest-size apartments, a family of four lives an artful urban life

Full Display

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A new museum celebrates the creations of René Lalique
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