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?
Located in Manhattan, New York City, both the exterior façade and the circa-1920 mosaic floor of Tsukimi were preserved, evoking a feeling of timelessness. Studio Tack meticulously chose andperfected every element of the space.
One look at the beautiful panorama from this penthouse is enough to understand why the owners—a young family from California—fell in love with the space.
At the helm of his eponymous public relations company specializing in fashion, Bryan Smith exists in a world where style is everything. His home is no exception. Enter designer Kerry Vasquez.
Bordering Saguaro National Park in Tucson, Arizona, thoughtfully designed Posada is a charming five-suite inn with spaces immersed in nature.
Designed for a growing city with a social-good focus, Calgary’s award-winning Central Library is a contemporary icon of cultural design—and a new blueprint for a time-honored typology.
Landscape designer and author of a lush new tome, Margie Grace cultivates exquisite gardens with singular flora and flourish.
With sensitivity to time and tradition, John Wardle Architects forsakes spectacle to restore a clapboard cottage in questionable condition to a sentinel on the shores of history.
New luxury, eco-conscious prefab dwellings now on the market in Southern California are high-tech for today in recognition of tomorrow.
Modern practitioners of ethically-driven design are reshaping the future with sustainable solutions that meet the moment.
Located between the gridded vineyard and agricultural fields of the Russian River, a 15.5-acre estate is transformed to host the celebration of wine and food in a peaceful natural surround.