T/design

  1. Marsha Mason’s ‘New York Loft in a Hayfield’ Real Estate, Today

    After more than two decades in New Mexico, the actress and director is back on the East Coast, with new digs and a renewed focus on the theater.

  2. Marsha Mason on the Art of Downsizing Slideshow, Today

    After more than two decades in New Mexico, the actress and director is back on the East Coast, with new digs and a new focus on theater work.

  3. The 25 Most Significant Works of Postwar Architecture T Style, Yesterday

    Three architects, three journalists and two designers gathered over Zoom to make a list of the most influential and lasting buildings that have been erected — or cleverly updated — since World War II. Here are the results.

  4. Gloria Vanderbilt’s Beekman Place Apartment Is for Sale Real Estate, July 30

    Anderson Cooper is selling his mother’s perpetually reimagined two-bedroom, where she lived for nearly 25 years, for $1.125 million.

  5. For Two Designers, a Onetime Collaboration Wasn’t Enough Real Estate, July 27

    When they first worked together, renovating a home that had once been a church, they never imagined they’d eventually get married there.

  6. A ‘Really Good Collaboration’ Gets A Whole Lot Better Slideshow, July 27

    When they first worked together, renovating a home that had once been a church, they never imagined they’d eventually get married there.

  7. Shopping for Ice Buckets Real Estate, July 26

    Do you really need an ice bucket? Only if you don’t want to keep running to the freezer for ice.

  8. Bruce Kirby, Who Transformed Sailing With a ‘Doodle,’ Dies at 92 Obits, July 23

    On yellow legal paper, Mr. Kirby, a self-taught designer and Olympic sailor, came up with an impromptu design for a lightweight craft that changed the face of sailing.

  9. How to Style a Table for a Laid-Back Summer Meal T Style, July 22

    A trio of consummate hosts — a curator, a chef and a florist — share their tips about lighting, dinnerware, decoration and more.

  10. Gil Wechsler, an Illuminating Fixture at the Met Opera, Dies at 79 Obits, July 20

    Mr. Wechsler, the first resident lighting designer at the Met, created lighting designs that helped bring numerous operas to life.

  11. Inside Rosita Missoni’s Villa at the Foot of the Italian Alps T Style, July 20

    The 90-year-old co-founder of the storied fashion label gives T a tour of her art- and heirloom-filled home.

  12. House Tour | Rosita Missoni Video, July 20

    Rosita Missoni invites us into her home outside of Milan.

  13. How to Choose the Right Outdoor Furniture Real Estate, July 20

    With so many options — wood or metal, expansive or compact, with or without cushions — it’s hard to know where to start. Here’s what the experts advise.

  14. How to Create a Secret Garden in Your Own Backyard T Style, July 19

    The creative consultant Matilda Goad and the garden designer Butter Wakefield, who’ve fashioned a small oasis at Goad’s London home, share their tips.

  15. Kristen Richards, 69, Dies; Reshaped Architecture Journalism Online Obits, July 14

    Her ArchNewsNow website connected architects, designers and journalists with its curated list of must-read articles from around the world.

  16. It Was a Charming Saltbox in the Hamptons. Now It’s Something Else. Real Estate, July 13

    After a two-year gut renovation, just about the only thing that remains is the windmill.

  17. A New Look for a Hamptons Saltbox Slideshow, July 13

    After a two-year gut renovation, just about the only thing that remains is the windmill.

  18. Shopping for Beanbag Chairs Real Estate, July 12

    Yes, they’re back — and they don’t all look alike. Take these five, for instance.

  19. Phoebe Philo Is Returning to Fashion With Her Own Brand Styles, July 12

    The patron saint of designing for the female gaze is back.

  20. Constructing the Perfect Villain: The Bad Contractor Real Estate, July 6

    In her latest crime novel, Megan Abbott takes on the contractor-client relationship. In her Queens apartment, she’s avoided renovation altogether.

  21. A Crime Writer’s Midcentury-Modern Retreat in Queens Slideshow, July 6

    In her latest crime novel, Megan Abbott takes on the contractor-client relationship. In her Queens apartment, she’s avoided renovation altogether.

  22. Remembering the Man Behind ‘I ❤️ NY’ Interactive, June 25

    The graphic designer Milton Glaser died one year ago on Saturday.

  23. The Story of Modern Art and Design, Housed in a Suburban Detroit Basement Interactive, June 17

    The storage facility of the Cranbrook Academy of Art, in the unlikely enclave of Bloomfield Hills, Mich., is a treasure trove of iconic objects.

  24. What a Tiny Masterpiece Reveals About Power and Beauty Interactive, April 2

    Crosscurrents of religion and culture shaped this stunningly detailed portrait of the 17th-century Mughal emperor who built the Taj Mahal.

  25. Arrange Your Clutter Into Collections Interactive, January 15

    You’re at home all the time — why not improve how you display your favorite things?

  26. The Year in Illustration 2020 Interactive, January 14

    The most memorable illustrations of the year, as chosen by art directors at The New York Times.

  27. The Myth of North America, in One Painting Interactive, November 25

    How Benjamin West remade a bloody battle as a founding romance.

  28. Seeing Our Own Reflection in the Birth of the Self-Portrait Interactive, September 25

    Now it seems self-evident that pictures can represent who you “really” are. That conviction began with Albrecht Dürer, five centuries ago.

  29. Contain Your Children’s Clutter Interactive, August 6

    Children can be messy, but interior designers have some suggestions on setting up space to contain the worst of the clutter.

  30. The Creative Circles Defining the Culture Interactive, April 13

    Whether united by outlook or identity, happenstance or choice, these communities have shaped the worlds of art, fashion, film and more.

  31. How Antwerp’s Royal Academy of Fine Arts Birthed the Contemporary Avant-Garde Interactive, April 13

    A city poised on the edge of Europe and the rest of the world became the incubator for talents like Dries Van Noten, Luc Tuymans and Ann Demeulemeester.

  32. The Family-Run Italian Design Houses That Became Cultural Dynasties Interactive, April 13

    For centuries, Italy has prized the art of fashion and furniture design like no other country in the world, with generations dedicated to traditional craftsmanship and continuity.