T/design

  1. Behind the Cover: Blood Will Tell, Part I Magazine, Today

    A new video series goes inside the process for creating the covers of The New York Times Magazine. This week, was Joe Bryan wrongfully imprisoned for the past 30 years because of faulty forensic science?

  2. A Minnesota Lake House Built on Legend Real Estate, Yesterday

    Most renovations come with surprises. But no one expected those old stories to be true.

  3. A New Foundation for a Family Home Slideshow, Yesterday

    Most renovations come with surprises. But no one expected those old stories to be true.

  4. Shopping for Outdoor Dining Chairs Real Estate, May 21

    The ideal outdoor dining chair isn’t simply a more durable version of an interior chair. It should encourage lounging.

  5. Behind the Cover: The Trip Doctors Magazine, May 16

    A new video series goes inside the process for creating the covers of The New York Times Magazine.

  6. How to Furnish Your Apartment for $5 Styles, May 16

    A Japanese company is applying a Netflix-like subscription model to tables and chairs.

  7. The Secret Atelier Behind a Roman Boutique T Style, May 16

    The owners of Chez Dédé create a private space where creativity can run wild.

  8. Six Emerging Furniture Designers to Know T Style, May 16

    From good-looking lawn chairs to a lamp that resembles a ravioli, these new makers are producing pieces worth remembering.

  9. Dusting Off an Art Deco Feminist Treasure Metropolitan, May 16

    Ophelia, a rooftop bar with sweeping views of Midtown, was originally a solarium where single women living in the Panhellenic Tower would greet “men callers.”

  10. There Are Better Ways to Get Around Town Op Ed, May 15

    New York and other American cities should look to Europe for ideas about solving the urban traffic and safety crisis.

  11. New York Today: How to Make a Small Apartment Feel Bigger Metro, May 15

    Tuesday: Advice on getting the most out of confined living space, stormy weather, and a concert in Grand Central.

  12. An Angular Beach House That’s Soft Inside Real Estate, May 14

    The oddly shaped house in the Hamptons was dated, but also strangely appealing. Maybe all it needed was an update.

  13. Softening Up a House in the Hamptons Slideshow, May 14

    The oddly shaped house in Wainscott, N.Y., was dated, but also strangely appealing.

  14. Inside an Artfully Imperfect Home in the Catalonian Countryside T Style, May 11

    Like the spaces featured in his magazine, Apartamento, Nacho Alegre’s property remains just a little bit undone.

  15. Behind the Cover: Children of the Opioid Epidemic Magazine, May 9

    A new video series goes inside the process for creating the covers of The New York Times Magazine. This week, a look at mothers who struggle to get off drugs for their babies.

  16. All Those Kitchen Gadgets, but a Sharp Knife Just Might Do Special Sections, May 8

    To industrial designers, the universe of kitchen tools is infinite. Egg timers and onion goggles aside, many tasks can be done with a blade.

  17. What’s Hot (and Cool) in Home Lighting Special Sections, May 8

    LEDs have brought about a creative explosion. Here are 10 light fixtures that define the new generation.

  18. New York Design Destinations You Can’t Miss This Month Special Sections, May 8

    A calendar of standout events at the city’s annual design festival.

  19. The Water Will Come, but Not to This Miami Home Special Sections, May 8

    The city’s flooding is expected to get worse as sea levels rise. So a Michigan man has built a house in South Beach that should withstand the water.

  20. Trends in Design and Home Furnishings Special Sections, May 8

    From chairs to lighting fixtures and water bottles to fabrics, a look at what’s popular in design.

  21. Advice for Renovating Your Home Special Sections, May 8

    On sun-bleached woodwork, leather alternatives and anything but subway tile.

  22. Shopping for Bunk Beds Real Estate, May 7

    Whether you have an expanding family or occasional overnight guests, bunk beds offer a practical solution — and they’re fun.

  23. Lessons in Modernism at the Tefaf Fair Weekend, May 3

    Buying is optional — go just to peruse 90 galleries from 13 countries featuring art and design.

  24. Where Is Design Going? Styles, May 2

    A gazillion objects were introduced at last month’s design fair in Milan. Here are a dozen or so that stood out.

  25. Behind the Cover: Crime Pays Magazine, May 2

    A new video series goes inside the process for creating the covers of The New York Times Magazine. This week, the Money Issue goes noir.

  26. Dogs and Cats and Decorating: It’s Easier Than You Think Real Estate, May 1

    Designers with pets offer advice about how to create an animal-friendly home without sacrificing style.

  27. Bright Lights, Big Sofas Special Sections, April 30

    The reactionary and radical ’80s are being celebrated at an Upper East Side institution, the Kips Bay Decorator Show House.

  28. Judith Leiber, 97, Dies; Turned Handbags Into Objets d’Art Obits, April 30

    Her imaginative evening bags were sought after by celebrities and royalty. She died only hours after the death of her husband, the painter Gerson Leiber.

  29. An Unorthodox Design Gallery in a London Townhouse T Style, April 30

    Nathalie Assi runs Seeds, a design commissioning and exhibition platform, from her family home, where eccentric artworks are part of the furniture.

  30. Adding Fonts to an iPad Business, April 26

    With a little help from an installer app, you can use new typefaces with certain programs on Apple’s tablet and other mobile devices.

  31. Behind the Cover: How Janelle Monáe Found Her Voice Magazine, April 25

    A new video series goes inside the process for creating the award-winning covers of The New York Times Magazine. This week, the singer comes into focus.

  32. 13 Great Things We Saw at Milan’s Design Fair T Style, April 24

    T’s highlights from Salone Internazionale del Mobile.

  33. A Place to Recharge and Reset Slideshow, April 24

    For designers Josh Kay and Susana Simonpietri, a 1973 house in East Hampton, N.Y., offers an escape from Brooklyn.

  34. The House They Weren’t Going to Buy Real Estate, April 24

    For a pair of designers in Brooklyn, getting a place in East Hampton just before the birth of their son was out of the question. They did it anyway.