Flexible Modernism from Architect Jill Porter
The Western Design Conference Goes Virtual
David Oldroyd Mingles Art, Interiors and Vistas
In Portland, Sideyard by Skylab Architecture
Tile Patterns Created from Sound Waves
From Paris, Photography by Meredith Mullins
In Bellingham, a Radiant 'Acid Ball'
An App for Social Distancing at the Beach
Vote Now for the 2020 Matsumoto Prize
A Penthouse in Cologne by Oliver Weirich
A Lab and Barn by Marlon Blackwell
New Ravenna's Auction to Feed the Hungry
A Book of Dreams, by Dror Benshetrit
On the High Line: 512 West 22nd by COOKFOX
Two Winners in Our Book Giveaway: 'Rome Was!'
Café Culture, a Book by Robert Schneider
The Architecture of the Appalachian Trail
A Home in the Hollywood Hills by Mutuus Studio
Book Giveaway: 'Rome Was!' from ORO
In the Czech Republic, the Lahofer Winery
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Catherine Synave is a journalist and art historian who’s published "A Home in Paris" (Flammarion, 2015)...
Think of Zero Irving as a 22-story, 240,000-square foot escalator for tech-savvy startups.
Fiona Barratt-Campbell studied interior design at Chelsea College of Art in London and Parsons School...
It’s time to set the record straight on this Shou Sugi Ban business.
The correct term is Yakisugi.
Two prized possessions at my house are a pair of ink and watercolor sketches by North Carolina architect...
Founded by two friends – Harold Graham and Henry Brown – Graham & Brown has been family-run from...
A visit to an exhibition of photographer Paul Clemence’s work in the Swiss consulate in New York led to a dialog-inspired...
Imagine a community with a 60-acre park at its heart – one that half the 30,000 population doesn’t...
Lyn Peterson is a decorator, a general contractor – and an expert in steam-punk design.