Inside his 1920s studio, the designer James Carpenter tries to bring sunlight back to Manhattan.

By Nancy Hass Portrait by Linda Xiao
In Studio

THE STEEL AND glass towers that have come to define TriBeCa might seem like an ideal landscape for the designer James Carpenter’s studio. After all, he is responsible for some of our era’s most riveting expanses of architectural glass, from the...

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