T/design

  1. Ron Cobb, a Pioneer in Science Fiction Design, Dies at 83 Obituaries, September 23

    The artist and movie production designer, who brought a meticulous eye for detail to movies including “Star Wars,” “Alien” and “Back to the Future,” helped shape the aesthetics of science fiction.

  2. Ron Cobb, a Pioneer in Science Fiction Design, Dies at 83 Express, September 23

    The artist and movie production designer, who brought a meticulous eye for detail to movies including “Star Wars,” “Alien” and “Back to the Future,” helped shape the aesthetics of science fiction.

  3. Ron Cobb, a Pioneer in Science Fiction Design, Dies at 83 Express, September 23

    The artist and movie production designer, who brought a meticulous eye for detail to movies including “Star Wars,” “Alien” and “Back to the Future,” helped shape the aesthetics of science fiction.

  4. A Canadian Dream House That Took Three Architects to Build Real Estate, September 22

    Cascading down a rocky slope in West Vancouver, the home was a creative effort that required patience and a tolerance for loss.

  5. The Site Was Rocky, and So Was the Project Slideshow, September 22

    Cascading down a craggy slope in British Columbia, Canada, the home was a creative effort that required patience and a tolerance for loss.

  6. Shopping for Blankets Real Estate, September 21

    Because it may not be cold yet, but it will be soon.

  7. Christian Liaigre, Minimalist Interior Designer, Dies at 77 Obits, September 18

    Known for his muscular and clean-lined furniture, Mr. Liaigre designed the influential Mercer hotel in SoHo, as well as the homes of Rupert Murdoch and others.

  8. In Italy, a Fabric Designer’s Wildly Colorful Home T Style, September 18

    Perched above the shores of Lake Como, the vibrant weekend house of Caterina Fabrizio is a shrine to pattern and texture.

  9. Behind the Cover: U.S. Climate Migration Magazine, September 18

    A look at the rising threats of wildfires, extreme heat and storms — and how Americans will move to avoid them.

  10. Ann Getty, Publisher and Bicoastal Arts Patron, Is Dead at 79 Obits, September 17

    She married into one of the world’s richest families but refused to let herself be marginalized as a socialite.

  11. On Long Island, a Timeworn Pool House Steeped in Americana T Style, September 16

    George Kolasa and Justin Tarquinio’s cozy retreat is an ode to lazy bygone summers.

  12. Let’s See: Outdoor Theater Is Welcome, but Sightlines Are Vital Culture, September 15

    It might seem churlish to criticize productions improvising through a pandemic. But for audiences taking the chance, design makes a difference.

  13. Inside a Subtly, Thoughtfully Restored New Orleans Home Slideshow, September 15

    After purchasing the nearly 200-year-old Italianate house three years ago, hotelier Jayson Seidman made a few key renovations — and left the rest alone.

  14. The Lamp Was a Clue to a Life I Didn’t Know My Mother Had Real Estate, September 15

    Like many women in the 1960s, Helen Lamb gave up a career to be a wife and mother. Decades later, her son discovered what she sacrificed.

  15. Terence Conran, Designer and Retail Magnate, Is Dead at 88 Obits, September 12

    An entrepreneur of mercurial moods and missionary zeal, he created an empire to market his designs and later opened restaurants in London, Paris and New York.

  16. How to Transform Your Place for an Intimate Wedding Styles, September 12

    Here are a few tips on how to decorate and bring your wedding vision to life for an at-home wedding.

  17. Behind the Cover: Education Magazine, September 11

    A look at education in America as many students go back to school amid the pandemic.

  18. How the Pandemic Has Changed Apartment Building Amenities Real Estate, September 11

    Copper door handles, sectional sofas instead of giant couches, and hospital-grade ventilation systems find their way into new buildings.

  19. Their Dream Was a Working Farm (but They Weren’t Farmers) Real Estate, September 8

    So one urban couple had a brainstorm: Why not build a house they could share with farmers just starting out, on land that could be farmed?

  20. A Two-Family Farm in Upstate New York Slideshow, September 8

    One urban couple had a brainstorm: Why not build a house they could share with farmers just starting out, on land that could be farmed?

  21. Shopping for Compact Lounge Chairs Real Estate, September 7

    Because a lounge chair doesn’t have to be huge to be comfortable or good-looking.

  22. How to Both Work and School From Home At Home, September 5

    The hours blur together, sure, but creating distinct spaces, keeping a schedule and sharing resources can help.

  23. Behind the Cover: Hunger in America Magazine, September 4

    A look at a rise in food insecurity that none of us has seen in our lifetimes.

  24. A New Book from a Renowned Photographer of Interiors T Style, August 31

    Throughout his career, Simon Watson has brought his unique eye to crumbling castles, monastic apartments and everything in between.

  25. Behind the Cover: Black Visions Magazine, August 28

    A look at the Minneapolis-based organizing group Black Visions, and where collective action may go from here.

  26. A Cozy Cottage on an Island Northeast of Stockholm T Style, August 26

    After years of creating avant-garde retail spaces for Scandinavian fashion brands, a pair of designers has built a deceptively simple home for themselves.

  27. Mr. Smith Went to Washington … With Dimmers Styles, August 26

    The decorator Michael Smith, who has transformed interiors for the Obamas, Rupert Murdoch and Cindy Crawford, is spilling paint in a new book.

  28. 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.

  29. 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.

  30. 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.

  31. 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.