T/design

  1. When Your House Won’t Let You Go Real Estate, Yesterday

    We thought we had our house sold twice. But something kept pulling us back, turning us into renovators and flippers.

  2. Millennials, the Rental Generation Opinion, June 21

    A young reader says her cohort needs to have a stake in the places they choose to live.

  3. J.J. Abrams and Son to Write Spider-Man Comic Arts, June 20

    The two discuss their collaboration, which introduces a new villain, Cadaverous, and how the project came to be.

  4. Frank Lloyd Wright Trust Plans Visitor Center at His Home and Studio Arts, June 18

    A new educational space that can accommodate lectures and classes is planned adjacent to the popular attraction in Oak Park, Ill.

  5. Room for Horses and Guitars and Dogs and Trumpets, in the Bay Area Real Estate, June 18

    When one couple built a home of their own, they wanted space for animals and jam sessions — and no neighbors close enough to complain.

  6. A Modernist Farmhouse for a Noisy Lifestyle Slideshow, June 18

    When a Bay Area couple built a home of their own, they wanted room for animals and jam sessions — and no neighbors close enough to complain.

  7. Shopping for Catchalls Real Estate, June 17

    What’s the most useful thing you didn’t realize you needed? A stylish place to put all those odds and ends.

  8. Homage or Theft? Carolina Herrera Called Out by Mexican Minister Fashion, June 13

    The debate over cultural appropriation and fashion intensifies.

  9. A Penthouse that Defies TriBeCa’s Limitations Real Estate, June 11

    A triplex designed by architect-owner Cary Paik goes on the market for $13.5 million.

  10. A Sprawling TriBeCa Penthouse Slideshow, June 11

    A 4,700-square-foot triplex with a 1,600-square-foot roof terrace goes on the market for $13.5 million.

  11. The Roots’ Guitarist on Finding Sanctuary in Brooklyn Real Estate, June 11

    For “Captain” Kirk Douglas and his family, home is where the art — and the music — is.

  12. Where Art Is High on the Priority List Slideshow, June 11

    For Roots guitarist “Captain” Kirk Douglas and his family, home is where the creativity is.

  13. How a 19th-Century Workman’s Cottage Became a Family Home T Magazine, June 10

    In Gallatin, N.Y., the husband-wife co-founders behind the design firm Workstead converted a 1850s clapboard house into a rural idyll.

  14. Celebrating ‘Good Design’ at MoMA: The Nut Dish and Other Populist Gems Arts, June 6

    “If most Americans had little patience for Picasso, everybody needed a decent can opener,” our critic writes.

  15. At the Oscars of American Fashion, Lots of Winners, Less Relevance Fashion, June 4

    The CFDA Awards featured inclusivity, Jennifer Lopez and a literal passing of the torch.

  16. Come for the Deep-Sea Selfies. Stay to Learn About Sustainability. Arts, June 4

    “Ocean Cube,” an exhibition of five Instagramable dreamlike rooms, offers commentary on pollution.

  17. In Williamsburg, a Childproof Home in the Trees Real Estate, June 4

    For a Brooklyn couple with a growing family, buying a fixer-upper seemed like the best way to get what they wanted: a hardwearing, light-filled space.

  18. A Family-Friendly Home in Brooklyn Slideshow, June 4

    For a couple in Williamsburg, buying a fixer-upper seemed like the best way to get what they wanted: a hardwearing, light-filled space.

  19. Shopping for Outdoor Sofas Real Estate, June 3

    For napping in the sun, there’s nothing better.

  20. A Refreshing Retro-Kitchen History Food, May 28

    A new design book looks at 20th-century kitchens, from appliance to paint.

  21. How to Make the Most of a Powder Room Real Estate, May 28

    It isn’t just a half bathroom — it’s a place to show off your personality.