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  1. All He Wanted Was a Surf Shack. He Got a Lot More. Real Estate, Today

    Working in finance in Manhattan made him homesick for the beach in California. So he recreated what he missed on an unlikely site in Amagansett.

  2. A Modern Surf Shack on Long Island Slideshow, Today

    Working in finance in Manhattan made him homesick for the beach in California. So he recreated what he missed on an unlikely site in Amagansett, N.Y.

  3. Art Gensler Dies at 85; Built a Global Architecture Firm Obits, Yesterday

    His buildings include China’s tallest skyscraper, in Shanghai, and the terminals at San Francisco International Airport.

  4. Shopping for Outdoor Chaises Longues Real Estate, Yesterday

    Because nothing says summer like a chaise longue.

  5. Will We All Want to Be Wearing Halston Soon? Styles, May 14

    A new Netflix show could create the viral fashion trend of summer. Except the clothes play second fiddle to the divadom and drama.

  6. What Kenzo Left Behind Styles, May 13

    An auction of the estate of Kenzo Takada, who died last year, was a lot more popular than anyone expected.

  7. Is He the Next Martha Stewart? ‘Not So Fast,’ Says Martha. Styles, May 13

    With a new book about a year at his stylish upstate farm, the ceramist Christopher Spitzmiller tries on the mantle of the lifestyle pundit.

  8. Krysta With a Y Plays Liza With a Z Real Estate, May 11

    For Krysta Rodriguez, who stars as Liza Minnelli in the new Netflix series ‘Halston,’ acting and decorating aren’t that far apart.

  9. ‘My Apartment Is an Homage to Halston and Liza’ Slideshow, May 11

    For Krysta Rodriguez, who stars as Liza Minnelli in the new Netflix series “Halston,” acting and decorating aren’t that far apart.

  10. Ewan McGregor: Dahling, He’s Halston! Styles, May 7

    For a new Netflix series, the actor dropped his lightsaber and picked up the cigarettes and scissors.

  11. The T List: Five Things We Recommend This Week T Style, May 6

    Parker Kit Hill’s beauty routine, James Barnor’s first major retrospective — and more.

  12. The Designers Who Are Making Knitwear Cool Styles, May 6

    Knitwear labels from Hong Kong, Northern Ireland, South Africa and beyond are busy breathing new life into an old craft.

  13. The Designers Who Are Making Knitwear Cool Styles, May 6

    Knitwear labels from Hong Kong, Northern Ireland, South Africa and beyond are busy breathing new life into an old craft.

  14. Myung Eun Cha’s Avant-Garde Loungewear T Style, May 5

    Stuck in her apartment, the designer found inspiration in her surroundings, conceiving of a highly conceptual collection that provides literal support.

  15. Back in the Girdle Again: Getting Fitted After a Year Untouched Culture, May 4

    Confessions of an actress seeking reassurance — and sleeves — as she steps before a live concert audience again.

  16. A Design Expert Makes Space for Tools and Memories Special Sections, May 4

    When David Kelley, the founder of the global firm IDEO, downsized in Northern California, he still found room for the ultimate studio.

  17. A Tennis Pavilion With a Throwback Vibe Special Sections, May 4

    A family gets an athletic retreat on Long Island that is just this side of camp.

  18. Like Sweatpants, Squishy Furniture Is In Special Sections, May 4

    Versatility is not the only reason blobby sofas and chairs are back in style.

  19. 8 Items for Your Home That Do More Than One Thing Special Sections, May 4

    The pandemic has redoubled the need for flexible furnishings.

  20. 6 Design Books That Celebrate a World of Artifacts Special Sections, May 4

    New titles offer insight into some often-overlooked creators and creations in England, Austria, Japan and the United States.

  21. What Lies Beneath Special Sections, May 4

    In the pandemic, basements have offered up new territory for hobbies, work and even glamour.

  22. In Los Angeles, a Foxy Henhouse Special Sections, May 4

    A family enjoys a rural-inspired home, down to the chickens, while traffic whizzes by.

  23. In New Orleans, an Art Break Hotel Special Sections, May 4

    A new inn called Travelers New Orleans gives artists a roof, studio space and pocket money in exchange for some help around the house.

  24. A Panorama of Design Special Sections, May 4

    A look at design-world events, products and people.

  25. In Miami, a Sculpture Built to Live In Real Estate, May 4

    Christopher Carter, an artist who works with salvaged materials, set out to create his biggest work ever. Now it’s his home, and the subject of a new exhibit.

  26. Christopher Carter’s ‘Largest Sculpture’: His Home Slideshow, May 4

    The Miami-based artist, who works with salvaged materials, set out to create his biggest work ever. Now it’s the subject of an exhibition.

  27. Shopping for Cafe Tables Real Estate, May 3

    If you’ve recently acquired some outdoor space, you’ll need to furnish it. Start with this versatile little table.

  28. Google’s Plan for the Future of Work: Privacy Robots and Balloon Walls Sunday Business, April 30

    The company that helped popularize open office plans and lavish employee perks is trying to reinvent office spaces to cope with workplace sensibilities changed by the pandemic.

  29. Anthony Powell, Oscar-Winning Costume Designer, Dies at 85 Obits, April 29

    He was honored for “Travels With My Aunt,” “Death on the Nile” and “Tess.” He was also renowned for the outlandish outfits he created for Glenn Close as the evil Cruella de Vil.

  30. KidSuper Wants to Bring Back Warhol’s Factory Styles, April 28

    With a cult label to his name and yet no fashion background, Colm Dillane finds himself a wild-card finalist for the coveted LVMH prize.

  31. There’s an Art to Making Your Bed Real Estate, April 27

    You can start by disregarding thread count. Here’s what else the pros know that you may not.

  32. What Makes a Home ‘Sexy’? Real Estate, April 20

    For one Chicago entrepreneur, it was a design that felt as if it had been pulled straight from her unconscious. (And there are lots of chains.)

  33. A Chicago Apartment That’s ‘Super Moody’ Slideshow, April 20

    To the owner, the design felt as if it had been pulled straight from her unconscious.

  34. Shopping for Kitchen Stools Real Estate, April 19

    You know you need at least a couple, but which ones? Here’s how to choose — without making the ‘rookie designer mistake.’

  35. 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.

  36. Arrange Your Clutter Into Collections Interactive, January 15

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

  37. 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.

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

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

  39. 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.

  40. 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.

  41. 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.

  42. 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.

  43. 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.