In Miami, a Flat Land Exhibition
The Chatsworth by Pembrooke & Ives
Frank Stella: Experiment and Change
A House Nestled in Nature
The 2017 Fentress Global Challenge
Carving Catboats on Grand Cayman
Caribbean Drawings by Dready
Kimpton Seafire on Grand Cayman
An Eichler for the 21st Century
At Simon Pearce, the Art of Glass
Philadelphia: Finding the Hidden City
Twelve Swiss Museums, on Film and in Photos
For Archtober: Swedish Design Moves and SHoP
Lost No More
The Most Iconic Buildings in Toronto
From Rizzoli, 'Havana Living Today'
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When Lee Johnson enrolled at California’s SCI-Arc in the mid-1990s, one of his initial assignments...
In Montreal’s Old Port on Rue St-Vincent, the Hotel William Gray opened last fall, with two rooftop...
There’s no way to understand Greek art, culture, and history, says Angelos Chaniotis, without taking...
Artisan tile maker Deborah Osburn has met her Asian match.
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Louis Comfort Tiffany - and the early 20th-century studios that bear his name - are on a roll.
Sometimes, says Oregon-chemist-turned-New York architect Thomas Kosbau, words have double meanings.
It must have been akin to untying the Gordian knot:
There’s the sheer size of the collection – 55,000...
With a ringing endorsement from Sir Terence Conran (“full of great ideas and inspiration for contemporary...
The site in São Paulo is a complex one.
It’s a vast marketplace on the Pinheiros River, chock-full...
Bromley Caldari Architects’ newest renovation on Fire Island has an Italian connection:
It’s a first...