Yesterday’s News in Carroll Gardens is the passion project of a married couple who bonded over their love of flea markets and estate sales.
Smoking may have gone the way of ‘Mad Men,’ but good design never quits.
The owners of a minimalist house on Orcas Island in Washington were so opposed to visual clutter they didn’t even want towel bars in the bathroom.
In a vacation home on Orcas Island, in Washington, the architecture takes a backseat to the art — and to nature.
The director Luca Guadagnino and the set decorator Violante Visconti di Modrone transformed a run-down estate into the perfect backdrop for the film.
The 2017 cup shows two interlocked cartoon hands. Some conservatives accuse the company of promoting a “gay agenda.”
Finding the right present requires thought and creativity. For family and friends who like to nest, here are a few suggestions.
Legislation and lawsuits that reject scientific consensus on issues like evolution and climate change are changing the way science is taught in some schools.
A growing skepticism of science has seeped into the classroom, and it’s revived attacks on one of the most established principles of biology – evolution.
Understated furniture from Fendi, dramatic ceramics, pine on your plate and more.
“Life at the Top” is a coffee-table book filled with photos of and details about some of the city’s most storied and exclusive buildings.
Presentation by William McDonough, C.E.O., McDonough Innovation and Co-Author, "Cradle to Cradle," at The New York Times's International Luxury Conference, followed by a conversation with Vanessa Friedman, Fashion Director and Chief Fashion Critic...
The interior designer Faye Toogood creates a moody home that, like its owner, comes alive at night.
An exhibition of covetable objects at the Neue Galerie explores a Viennese collective that was better at fabricating teapots and textiles than at turning a profit.
Six new (and newish) places with good food, relaxed ambience — and big-name architects and design firms behind them.
There is not a single black C.E.O. at the top of a luxury brand, and almost no black designers. Women are not yet close to parity, though they are making progress. Why it is imperative that the luxury industry starts to look like the rest of the w...
Earl Lucas, Lincoln Motor Company’s exterior design chief, was inspired by his mother’s aesthetic sense and his early training designing jewelry.
Salon Art + Design echoes how people live — with art, furniture and, now, interactive objects. Here are some highlights.
For Olaf Olafsson, an executive at Time Warner whose fifth novel is out next month, home is the top four floors of an Upper East Side townhouse.
In a new book, “The Authentics,” a veteran design editor and photographer highlight dozens of unique spaces.
Reed Krakoff unveils his new vision for the brand — luxury meets the everyday — with a new home goods and accessories floor. Tin can, anyone?
The best workspaces blend seamlessly into their surroundings — and reflect the personalities of the people who use them.
Folding screens aren’t just room dividers: They also hide what you don’t like and emphasize what you do.
The Japanese chef behind the Nobu restaurants built a space to make sushi for an exclusive group of customers: his family.
In a newly designated historic district in Princeton, N.J., they had the nerve to build a modernist house.
In a newly designated historic district in Princeton, N.J., they managed to build a modernist house without offending the neighbors.
In praise of the sparks that fly when opposite textures come together.
Tim Federle, author of “Life Is Like a Musical,” on why a sofa matters more than seeing your name in a copy of Playbill.
This new 20-story tower will use sustainably grown lumber and windmill-generated electricity.
With his love of brass, arches and color, Harry Nuriev creates environments that seem tailor-made for the social media aesthetic.