Fogia: ICFF's Best Furniture Award 2018
This Weekend, a Design Charrette for Raleigh
Sally Mann at the Peabody Essex Museum
A Rammed-Earth Home in Northern California
A Modular Home on Martha's Vineyard
In Jackson Hole, a Rustic Addition
N. C. State Students to Exhibit at Biennale
Architectural Photography by Nic Lehoux
An Illuminated Ride through Southern Italy
Terracotta Tiles with a Belgian Accent
A Showroom Designed by Architects for Architects
In Mexico, Patterns at the Mahekal Resort
A Residential Tower by Pininfarina
At the Frist, 'Rome: City and Empire'
Leading with Landscape in Raleigh
In Louisville, Rabbit Hole Distillery
India Hicks: A Slice of England
Drawing All the Buildings in Paris
A Vermont Cabin by New Affliates
In Lecce, Terracotta and Majolica by Coli
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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,...