T/design

  1. A Home You Can Ski Right Into Real Estate, Yesterday

    For a tennis professional and his growing family, building a house near Lake Tahoe, Calif., was about more than just learning a new sport.

  2. A Lake Tahoe House That Mirrors a Ski Run Slideshow, Yesterday

    For an Oklahoma tennis player and his growing family, building a house near a California ski resort was about more than just learning a new sport.

  3. Mario Buatta Auction Shatters Estimates for Chintz Style, January 27

    The Sotheby’s sale fetched $7.6 million, including $60,000 for some lettuce-shaped porcelain.

  4. From a Beloved Fashion Designer, Fabrics for the Home T Magazine, January 27

    Duro Olowu has turned his eye for richly patterned textiles to a new collaboration with the furniture and housewares brand Soane Britain.

  5. Shopping for Bathmats Real Estate, January 27

    Because the small luxuries are sometimes the most essential.

  6. In NoLIta, a Rental Renovated in Shades of Purple Real Estate, January 24

    It took a lot of nerve (and a very understanding landlord) to do what one Russia-born designer and his partner did. And it wasn’t the first time.

  7. They Convinced the Landlord to Let Them Renovate. In Purple. Slideshow, January 24

    It took a lot of nerve (and a very understanding landlord) to do what one Russia-born designer and his partner did. But it wasn’t the first time.

  8. Behind the Cover: Remaking ‘West Side Story’ Magazine, January 23

    For this issue, wrestling with one of the most beloved musicals in Broadway history.

  9. All the Best Pictures From the Couture Shows T Magazine, January 21

    Daily updates and images from the spring 2020 haute couture collections.

  10. Design Shows Take On the Future. And It’s Not Pretty. Arts, January 21

    Museum curators and mindful millennials seek visions of a “clean,” sustainable future. In Philadelphia, designers offer ideas to provoke.

  11. A Closer Look at Schiaparelli’s Surrealist Couture Jewelry T Magazine, January 20

    Daniel Roseberry revisited many of the house’s iconic motifs this season, including an eye designed by the writer and artist Jean Cocteau.

  12. Peter Larkin, Stage Designer With a Funky Asterisk, Dies at 93 Arts, January 18

    His Broadway work won him four Tony Awards. A different audience knew another of his designs: the Parliament-Funkadelic Mothership.

  13. An Italian Designer Shares an Intimate Glimpse of His Fashion Week T Magazine, January 17

    Kean Etro has been making men’s wear for his family’s eponymous brand since 1990. Here, he documents what goes on behind the scenes.

  14. Behind the Cover: The Fog of Rudy Magazine, January 16

    For this issue, a different look at one New York character who is no stranger to media coverage. 

  15. Inside Telfar Clemens’s Riotous Palazzo Party T Magazine, January 14

    The New York designer hosted a decadent meal for his friends during Pitti Uomo, then presented his new collection on the dinner table.

  16. Shopping for Coasters Real Estate, January 13

    Sure, they protect your furniture. But that doesn’t mean they have to be boring.

  17. Behind the Cover: The M.B.Z. Moment Magazine, January 10

    For this issue, a look at the leader of the U.A.E., who may soon emerge as the Middle East's most powerful figure.

  18. Could the Avocado-Green Kitchen Make a Comeback? Real Estate, January 10

    The days of the all-white kitchen and plain stainless-steel appliances may be numbered.

  19. In Paris, an Apartment Where Picassos Meet 17th-Century Antiques T Magazine, January 8

    The designer Rodolphe Parente is a master of mixing unexpected textures and eras, as his latest project proves.

  20. Where’s Your Flying Car? Hyundai and Uber Say They’re Working on It Business, January 7

    A model presented at the Consumer Electronics Show is said to hold the promise of aerial ride sharing at 180 miles an hour.

  21. Where’s Your Flying Car? Hyundai and Uber Say They’re Working on It Business, January 7

    A model presented at the Consumer Electronics Show is said to hold the promise of aerial ride sharing at 180 miles an hour.

  22. How Hard Can It Be to Choose a Hardwood Floor? Real Estate, January 7

    Harder than you might think, given all the options available. Here’s how to navigate the various decisions you’ll have to make.

  23. Vaughan Oliver, 62, Dies; His Designs Gave Indie Rock ‘Physical Dimension’ Arts, January 3

    Mr. Oliver’s album covers for the 4AD label were a fitting complement to music by influential alternative bands like Pixies and the Breeders.

  24. Behind the Cover: How to Get Out of Prison Magazine, January 3

    For this issue, an in-depth look at the grueling parole process in America’s prisons.

  25. Syd Mead, 86, Maker of Future Worlds in ‘Blade Runner’ and More, Dies Arts, January 3

    In a wide-ranging career, he designed cars, restaurants and, most notably, the otherworldly look of science-fiction movies.

  26. The Best of Japanese Dining and Design, Under One Parisian Roof T Magazine, January 2

    Encompassing a teahouse, a confectionery stand and more, Ogata Paris pays homage to its setting while offering a true taste of Japan.

  27. The Work Diary of Anna Bond, Whose Work Includes … Making Diaries Business, January 1

    In an iCal era, the co-founder of Rifle Paper Co., seller of stationery and home goods, still relies on physical planners (and the drive-through).

  28. Where Does the House End and the Yard Begin? Real Estate, December 31

    In one Los Angeles home, it’s difficult to tell. And that’s the way the owners like it.

  29. Inviting the Outdoors In Slideshow, December 31

    In one Southern California home, it’s difficult to tell where the house ends and the yard begins. And that’s the way the owners like it.

  30. Shopping for a Chaise Longue Real Estate, December 30

    After the holidays, you might need a little solitude. Here’s how to get it.