Painting the Fireworks from St. Mark's Bay
Millennial Living in Downtown New Rochelle
In Rotterdam, New Life for a Newspaper Office
ARO Rethinks the Water around Manhattan
In Kentucky, Two Barns of Steel and Bamboo
For A+A's 10th Anniversary, a Look Back
A Website Dedicated to the Douglas House
A Decade of Design at Architects + Artisans
Handmade Ornaments for the Holidays
Give the Gift of Good Design this Year
'The Parisians: Tastemakers at Home'
In New York, Zero Irving by Davis Brody Bond
'Elemental,' by Fiona Barratt-Campbell
Yakisugi: The Japanese Art of Charred Wood
Drawings by Frank Harmon, on the Market
Elegant Wallcoverings from Graham & Brown
Museum Forms: Paul Clemence, Julien Spiewak
Rethinking an Urban Park in Post Falls, Idaho
Steam Punk Style from Lyn Peterson
An Irish Architect in Southern California
The Albergo Santa Chiara in Rome is a hotel with a history.
It started out as a wine shop in 1839,...
Ian Schrager’s done it again.
Working with Marriott, he’s designed and developed one more drop-dead-gorgeous...
If, as Bob Dylan famously wrote, the streets of Rome are filled with rubble, the arcades of Bologna are paved...
Richard Olcott, design partner with Ennead Architects, was recently charged with designing an addition...
Mr. Waffles, once a shelter cat, has won the design lottery.
Adopted by Lisa Roberts’ son, he became...
Art Deco in origin and laid out on two formal Beaux Arts axes, the Norton Gallery and School of Art opened...
It’s not too soon to start thinking about a visit to Florida this fall.
Especially to Sarasota,...
The flow of water and ribbon of pavement easing through Nelson Byrd Woltz’s garden at the Peabody Essex...
Thanks to an insightful client and a collaborative architect, a team from Nelson Byrd Woltz has sculpted...
A 100-year-old iconic structure in downtown Detroit is undergoing renovation at the hands of New York’s...