1. ‘A Love Letter to Detroit,’ on Vellum and Chrome Business, Yesterday

    An exhibition at the Detroit Institute of Arts highlights the relationship of art and car culture over the past 70 years.

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

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

  3. A Homey Party House in SoHo T Style, November 24

    Susan MacTavish Best’s New York loft gets fewer guests these days, but it’s still full of art and objects that tell stories of their own.

  4. A ‘Party Palace’ Fit for a ‘Radiolab’ Host and a Filmmaker Real Estate, November 24

    The 19th-century Brooklyn brownstone where Jad Abumrad, Karla Murthy and their sons live has been through two renovations and lots of redecorating.

  5. Jad Abumrad and Karla Murthy’s ‘Space Where Everyone Comes Together’ Slideshow, November 24

    The 19th-century Brooklyn brownstone where Jad Abumrad, Karla Murthy and their sons live has been through two renovations and lots of redecorating.

  6. Behind the Cover: Trump’s Liability Magazine, November 20

    A look at the potential criminal liability facing Donald Trump as he leaves office — and the historic dilemma America will face as a result.

  7. Where Have All the Houseguests Gone? Real Estate, November 20

    The pandemic has made it impossible to invite people over, fundamentally changing the way many of us like to use our homes.

  8. François Catroux, Decorator of Choice for Aristocrats, Dies at 83 Obits, November 18

    Along with his wife, a muse of Yves Saint Laurent, he was at the center of Paris’s glittering 1970s-era social scene, where art, style and money collided.

  9. Boeing 737 Max Is Cleared by F.A.A. to Fly Again Business, November 18

    The U.S. agency said changes in software, design and training had made the plane safe to operate after two fatal crashes and 20 months out of service.

  10. T Black Book: Florists T Style, November 18

    Where you can find the most singular flower arrangements in six major cities, from New York to Tokyo.

  11. A ‘Surprising and Unexpected’ Update at Winterthur Real Estate, November 17

    The museum’s director recruited the designer Thomas Jayne to bring new life to the Federal-style Chandler Farm, the house where her family lives.

  12. A Museum and a Home in One Slideshow, November 17

    Winterthur’s director recruited the designer Thomas Jayne to redecorate Chandler Farm, the house at Winterthur where her family lives.

  13. How to Pretend You’re in Paris Tonight Travel, November 17

    There are countless ways to invite Paris into your home. All you need is a little creativity. And perhaps a glass of Champagne.

  14. Shopping for Desk Lamps Real Estate, November 16

    If your work-from-home setup needs an upgrade, a new task light is a good place to start.

  15. Behind the Cover: Democracy by Mail Magazine, November 13

    A look at the mail-in-ballot process from start to finish during this year’s historic presidential election.

  16. A Cape Town Apartment That Speaks to the Past T Style, November 13

    In their pied-à-terre in an iconic Art Deco building, a pair of siblings restored original details, including ones that force a confrontation with the country’s fraught history.

  17. Covid Pushes Real Estate Into the Future Real Estate, November 13

    There’s no going back to the old ways. Which technologies could propel the industry forward?

  18. The Word at MoMA Is ‘Rotation, Rotation, Rotation’ Weekend, November 12

    On Saturday, the museum opens with changes to 20 of its 60 permanent collection galleries. A critic’s guide to the standouts on each floor.

  19. David Easton, Architect for an American Gentry, Dies at 83 Obits, November 12

    He was noted in the ’80s for his English-style manors, catering to an opulent clientele with a taste for grandeur.

  20. A Vibrant Screen That Resurrects an Artist’s Vision T Style, November 11

    The Italian Futurist Giacomo Balla’s sketch for a colorful room partition had remained unrealized since 1917. Now, Cassina has brought it to life.

  21. In Berlin, Mysterious Dwellings Hidden Amid the Trees T Style, November 10

    Rising through the foliage in the city’s Tiergarten, the Ökohaus townhouse complex is a model for living more freely in an ever-urbanizing world.

  22. A Dining Room That Celebrates Every Meal Real Estate, November 10

    Even with a socially distant Thanksgiving around the corner, you can create a dining room that lives up to the food you’re serving.

  23. An Apartment Inspired by Its Owners’ Favorite Restaurants T Style, November 9

    For one of his firm’s rare residential projects, Oliver Haslegrave drew inspiration from his clients’ New York haunts.

  24. Behind the Cover: Covid-19 in Georgia Magazine, November 6

    A look at how the pandemic has affected the American dream, particularly businesses on Buford Highway in Georgia.

  25. When He Bought the Tiny House, He Was Single. That Didn’t Last. Real Estate, November 3

    The one-bedroom cottage on Shelter Island was perfect for one person. For a family? Not so much.

  26. A Shelter Island Bachelor Pad Turned Family Home Slideshow, November 3

    The house was already perfect — just a little too small. So the expansion had to be done very carefully.

  27. Una casa de vidrio en el desierto T Magazine, November 2

    En las afueras de San Miguel de Allende, México, un retiro modernista es un reflejo —también literal— de la belleza natural.

  28. Shopping for Armoires Real Estate, November 2

    When you’ve run out of space to store clothing or work materials, this is one piece of furniture you need.

  29. Enzo Mari, Industrial Designer Who Kept Things Simple, Dies at 88 Obits, October 30

    He railed against material excess, consumerism and fame, but made poetic and useful objects that influenced generations of designers. He died of the coronavirus.

  30. Behind the Cover: Trump and the G.O.P. Magazine, October 30

    A look at how loyalty to Donald Trump came to define the Republican Party.

  31. A Glass House in the Mexican Desert T Style, October 29

    Just outside San Miguel de Allende, this modernist retreat reflects natural beauty in more ways than one.

  32. The T List: Five Things We Recommend This Week T Style, October 29

    Ballet flats, colorful rugs — and more.

  33. The New York Store Where Furniture Is Theater T Style, October 28

    The family behind ABC Carpet & Home has been enchanting the city with otherworldly finds for over a century.

  34. 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.

  35. 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.

  36. 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.

  37. 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.

  38. 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.