Asad Syrkett is Curbed's Deputy Editor and oversees news, features, and special projects programming on the network's flagship site, including the weekly home tour column, House Calls, and Curbed's biannual shopping guides. He spends his days managing senior reporting and editing staff, slinging commas, and thinking about the best ways to showcase Curbed stories on an ever-expanding number of digital platforms. Previously, he was on the editorial staff at Architectural Digest and Architectural Record magazines. He lives in Brooklyn.
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