Self-taught designer Tom Dixon brings his radical creativity—and dazzling innovations—to a spectacular London flagship How right that the…
In the Land of Mexican Architect Luis Barragán, a Contemporary Casa With Historical References is a Tribute to…
The true beauty of DEDON—aside from its artisan, raw-materials aesthetic—is how the global producer’s handcrafted outdoor furnishings and accessories are so perfectly at home nearly everywhere.
Whether basking in sun or shrouded in shade, small environments made spacious present a case for cabin fever.
Led by global design firm HOK, in collaboration with Hawaii-based architect Ferraro Choi, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Daniel K. Inouye Regional Center is a laboratory, research, and office complex.
On a generous plot of land where sugar cane was farmed for over a century, the wind blows unrelentingly. Here, on a hillside at the end of a road, the 2,000-square-foot Ohana House by Jim Cutler of award-winning Cutler Anderson Architects is a work of architecture as remarkable as the land upon which it sits.
The yurt—that portable, tent-like structure used by nomadic tribes—comes from ancient origins but is having a moment. In truth it’s never gone away.
A kids’ space and a serene meditation spot are the contrasting functions that mark the Forest Pond House, a small, pristine case study of intentional architecture by TDO Architecture.
Names like Adam Hills and Maria Speake of Retrouvius, Chrissie Rucker of The White Company, and the Lawson-Fenning partnership between Glenn Lawson and Grant Fenning are setting the trends for modern luxury style today.
The Woolworth Tower Residences gives rise to one of the more enticing real estate opportunities that one might imagine. That is, to own a piece of history while living like royalty in the luxury-condo equivalent of a “Castle in the Sky.” Is there a better, more spectacular prospect?