In Detroit, ODA Renovates the Book Tower
On Cumberland Island, the Greyfield Inn
New Meaning for a Church in Portland
Rottet Studio Interiors at the Conrad D.C.
JLF Architects and Their 'Cabin Style'
How the Modern Stars Lived in Hollywood
A Hurricane Watch for Cottage Time
Events and Experience Design from HUSH
In Jackson, a Western Design Exhibit
A Vineyard Barn by Clayton & Little
In Oklahoma, an Exhibit on Colors of Clay
Story-Telling with GWWO Architects
From Wyoming, WRJ's 'Natural Elegance'
Hans Hofmann: The Nature of Abstraction
A Château and Gardens Inspired by Nature
Fatimah Tuggar Uses Technology as Media
Tom Phifer's Glenstone, by Paul Clemence
Dreadys on Display in Cayman Gallery
In France, wHY's 'Float Flutter Flow'
A Deep Time Exhibit at the Smithsonian
There’s more to art than two dimensions, says Eric Singleton, curator at the National Cowboy Museum...
The designers at GWWO Architects are story-tellers before they’re place-makers.
They’ve been practicing...
Rush Jenkins and Klaus Baer know a good thing when they see it.
That’s why they moved their firm,...
Born in Bavaria in 1880, Hans Hoffman was raised in Munich, where he showed early promise as an art student.
"Inspired by Nature," by Chantal Colleu-Dumond (Flammarion, June 2019), is a tour through the famous...
Born in Nigeria, raised in the U.K. and now living in Kansas City, Fatimah Tuggar is an artist and a citizen...
Photographer Paul Clemence likes to blend the abstract and the descriptive in his architectural work.
Shane Aquârt is a native of Jamaica who was educated in England, Canada and the States, and now lives...
In the gardens of a chateau in the Loire Valley stands a soft sculpture designed and built by wHY’s...
Inside a 31,000-square-foot, ground-floor hall at the Smithsonian’s Museum of Natural History in Washington,...