Can an antique house ever be as green as new construction? One architect was determined to prove it was possible, using his own San Francisco home.
Can an old house ever be as green as new construction? One architect was determined to prove it was possible, using his own San Francisco home.
Hanging a wreath — either earthy or artificial — is the easiest way to decorate for the holidays. But why limit yourself to just one?
A roundup of things our editors — and a few contributors — are excited about in a given week.
For this issue, a look at the casualties of the Anthropocene.
The godfather of modern consumer design is best known for his coffee pots, razors and radios. Now an early foray into fashion is also coming to market.
There’s more to love, with reservations, in the Houston museum’s Drawing Institute and its extraordinary inaugural show of Jasper Johns works.
Nothing quite matches but everything fits in Caroline Weller’s airy family abode in India — including a giant unfinished mural.
Easy-to-use products with clean lines started with Dieter Rams. Meet the German designer in this elegant new documentary.
With the real estate market sluggish, a little decluttering won’t be enough to sell your home. Time to turn the space into a showroom.
Putting your home on the market? If you want to attract buyers, it’s time to replace your personal belongings with a few of these things.
With a sluggish market, New York City brokers are encouraging all sellers to stage their apartments to help attract buyers.
For this issue, a look at the most powerful Democrat in Washington.
Riotous printed wallpapers and porcelain animals aren’t for everyone. But the British tradition of fanciful décor is as influential as ever.
In Phillipsport, N.Y., an architect set out to build the bare minimum of a rural retreat: a pared-down house with a sense of poetry.
In Sullivan County, N.Y., an architect set out to build the bare minimum of a rural retreat: a pared-down house with soul.
The building, a prescient example of civic architecture, sees the light after a two-year makeover.
For decades, the fashion designer has been escaping to an estate outside Milan that proves even minimalists (sometimes) like a little coziness.
The compound he has owned for nearly 30 years in Broni — an unremarkable industrial town about an hour and a half south of Milan — is nothing you would expect.
Think of door hardware as jewelry for a room: Without the right knobs or levers, your home isn’t properly dressed.
A Q. and A. with Wendy MacNaughton, the illustrator of Meanwhile, a new column exploring the people, places and things we usually overlook.
The designer on bongs, white jeans and his new get-it-quickly collection, Now House.
A look at how technology is changing what it means to be human.
Designing a room that two children will happily share isn’t easy. Still, it can be fun — provided you follow a few rules.