Michigan Modern: An Architectural Legacy
Reflections of Venice
A Genteel Greyfield Inn
Meet the Studio behind Design Within Reach
Italian Interior Design Products, Inspired by Japan
Tiffany in Cincinnati
Lemay + Escobar + Lots of Designs
Monuments that Might Have Been
'Titanic' Costumes at Biltmore
Virtual Reality for Building a Home
A Symbol for the Albergo Santa Chiara
Two Connecticut Artist Studios
YotelPad: Pad Living in Park City
In Raleigh, Leading with Landscape
'Making Room: Housing for a Changing America'
Children's Chairs and Tables Inspired by Walter Gropius
'Sculpting with Air' at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum
Ashby Bridgforth Allen, Jr. (1951 - 2018)
Unlike its late 19th- and early 20th-century counterpart, McKim Mead and White, the architecture firm...
Among the 67 projects placed on the 2012 World Monuments Watch (WMF) announced earlier this week are works...
“I am a revolutionary,” John Adams once wrote, “So my son can be a farmer so his son can be a poet.”
By JoAnn Locktov
Ilana Shafir was born in 1924 in the city of Sarajevo, now the capital of Bosnia...
Ah, the challenges and conundrums that bedevil the famous artist – even after his death.
Take, for example,...
Dwell magazine is now a coast-to-coast affair.
On Tuesday evening, in a townhouse at 150 West 15th...
By Edward Keagle, AIA
Like many architects of a certain age, I am sitting on a slide collection of innumerable...
Dan Gottlieb’s photography has been shaped by two life-changing events.
Born with a hearing disability,...
There’s much more to the island of Cuba than the widespread images of barefoot children playing in the streets,...
When the founders of what’s now known as the Peabody Essex Museum (P.E.M.) in Salem, Mass. – ship...