Order Upstate House Winter 2021 for Home Delivery


In the Winter issue of Upstate House, you’ll find:

Design Profile: Kingston Design Showhouse

For its 2021 designer showcase, Kingston Design Connection partnered with the Kingston City Land Bank to transform a home in the midst of renovation into a showstopper that will eventually be sold below market rate as affordable housing.

Home Profile: The Art of Living

Gallerist and artist Anne Sanger transformed her Hurley home into an creative engine for her work, turning the former primary bedroom into a studio to fuel her passion for painting.

Home Profile: Containment Policy

Designed by Ada Tolla, Giuseepe Lignano, and Virginie Stoltz of LOT-EK Architecture and Design, the c-Home in Claverack is a sensual and stylish prototype for a line of homes built from upcycled shipping containers.

Architect & Designers Guide

A look at some plans of projects that have not (yet) been built, plus commentary from the architects who designed them.

The Clean Power Guide

Produced in partnership with Sustainable Hudson Valley, the 2021 Clean Power Guide takes a look at the green energy workforce and its growing potential in the areas of wind, geothermal, and solar.

House of Hygge

Right in the heart of Woodstock, this striking Contemporary combines vintage and modern design that defies categorization but ticks all the relaxation boxes, from Finnish sauna to custom kitchen and sun-splashed music studio.


Habitat for Humanity ReStore provides upscale furnishings with proceeds fueling a nonprofit mission; A former set builder wows; the style of a Highland Falls woodworker; and area spotlights on Poughkeepsie and Great Barrington.

Support us now so we can support the Hudson Valley community later. Order the Winter 2021 issue of Upstate House for delivery for only $5.

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