1. A Look Inside the Homes of Dries Van Noten, Rick Owens and More T Magazine, Today

    The photographer François Halard’s new book documents the private spaces of some of the world’s most influential creative forces.

  2. Sophia Kokosalaki, Who Gave London Fashion a Grecian Spin, Dies at 47 Fashion, Yesterday

    One of the leading Greek designers of her generation, she balanced a cutting-edge feminine look with ancient motifs and dressed thousands for the Athens Olympics.

  3. Building for Real With Digital Blocks Opinion, October 15

    To improve community structures with citizens’ input, the United Nations uses a computer game inspired by Lego.

  4. Shigeru Ban Is Changing the Priorities of Architecture Interactive, October 15

    Rather than going from one high-profile commission to the next, the architect has an alternative focus: designing shelters for the displaced.

  5. The Greats Interactive, October 15

    T Magazine celebrates four talents who, in mastering their crafts, have changed their fields — and the culture at large.

  6. Kristin Chenoweth’s Private Stage Real Estate, October 15

    The Broadway and TV star’s decorating style? Art Deco meets Hollywood Regency, with a bit of the 1960s thrown in.

  7. An Eclectic German Getaway, Utilitarian Fall Boots and More T Magazine, October 11

    T’s roundup of people, places and things to know now.

  8. John Richardson’s Flatiron Co-op on the Market for $7.2 Million Real Estate, October 11

    The art historian and celebrated Picasso biographer died earlier this year. His extensive art collection is also slated to be sold.

  9. Their Friends Come for Dinner — and Remake Their Home T Magazine, October 10

    In their New York apartment, Laila Gohar and Omar Sosa have created an urban oasis filled with art and design pieces created by their cherished guests.

  10. How to Decorate a Dinner Table Like a Professional T Magazine, October 8

    Six ideas for creating imaginative tablescapes from interior designers, florists, artists and more.

  11. No One Needs a Superyacht, but They Keep Selling Them Style, October 8

    Billionaires won’t stop buying superyachts. You can even thank Donald Trump.

  12. It Was the Ideal Antique Building. Who Needs Bathrooms, Anyway? Real Estate, October 8

    The 1823 church was untouched by time — maybe a little too untouched. And solving the plumbing problem wasn’t going to be easy.

  13. In Phillipsport, N.Y., a “Perfectly Unfinished” Project Slideshow, October 8

    The 1823 church was untouched by time — maybe a little too untouched. And solving the plumbing problem wasn’t going to be easy.

  14. Shopping for Doormats Real Estate, October 7

    A doormat isn’t just a place to wipe your shoes — it should welcome visitors with some style and personality.

  15. New Yorkers Will Have to Wait for an East River Pool Style, October 5

    Turns out public projects are hard to complete. For now, enjoy this light sculpture.

  16. T Suggests: A Pioneering French Designer, a New All-Day Cafe and More T Magazine, October 4

    A roundup of things our editors — and a few contributors — are excited about in a given week.

  17. London’s PAD Offers a World of Art and Design Arts, October 2

    This year, the Pavilion of Art and Design includes works by Keith Haring, Joaquim Tenreiro, René Magritte and more. Here are some highlights.

  18. This House Throws the Hamptons a Curve Arts, October 1

    Designed for maximum energy efficiency, a weekend home looks nothing like the neighbors’. But an entomologist might feel at home.

  19. It Was a Dark and Stormy Style Style, October 1

    Victoriana is creeping back into vogue with exuberant furnishings and accessories.

  20. Charlotte Perriand’s Work Transformed Rooms. Now It Fills a Museum Arts, October 1

    In Paris, tribute is paid — encore — to the French architect and designer.

  21. How to Throw an Intimate Dinner at Home, the Parisian Way T Magazine, September 27

    For the fashion designer Julie de Libran, a seasonal meal is filled with lively conversation, close friends — and, of course, copious amounts of wine.

  22. A Whimsical SoHo Loft With a Hidden Party Room Comes on the Market Real Estate, September 27

    Home to Alexandre de Betak, a renowned runway designer, and his wife, Sofia Sanchez de Betak, the asking price for the apartment is $8.8 million.

  23. One of These Bed-Stuy Homes Is Not Like the Others Slideshow, September 27

    An ornate 1889 townhouse in Brooklyn gets a 21st-century makeover as a passive house.

  24. A Modernist Sanctuary That Overlooks the Trancoso Jungle T Magazine, September 26

    The fashion executive turned hotelier Wilbert Das built a modern vacation house steeped in Brazil’s design history.

  25. The T List: What to Know About, Wear and Smell This Week T Magazine, September 25

    Jell-O as art, repurposed Roman coins and more.

  26. When the Antiques Have to Go Real Estate, September 24

    With spare interiors and light colors all the rage right now, selling a home filled with period pieces can be a challenge.

  27. In Munich and Dessau, Art and Design Call. But History Is Even More Compelling. Travel, September 24

    Munich and Dessau made the 52 Places list because of their cultural offerings, but the Traveler found their history even more compelling.

  28. Three Up-and-Coming Furniture Designers to Watch T Magazine, September 24

    From Seoul, Moscow and Athens, these creators are both refuting and refining the local aesthetic.

  29. The Man Devoted to Radical Italian Design T Magazine, September 23

    At the creative director Dennis Freedman’s homes in East Hampton and Manhattan, his eye for objects is on full display.

  30. Shopping for Swivel Chairs Real Estate, September 23

    They’re not just fun — they’re practical, too. How many things can you say that about?

  31. The T List: What to Visit, Eat and Know About This Week T Magazine, September 18

    The best of the Marrakesh medina, men’s skin care and more.

  32. Luigi Colani, 91, Designer of Fanciful and Futuristic Objects, Dies Arts, September 18

    Better known for far-out prototypes than actual products, he was seen by his admirers as a visionary in an unimaginative world.

  33. Eight Great Things to See at the London Design Festival T Magazine, September 18

    A labyrinth in front of Westminster Cathedral, a Kengo Kuma bamboo structure outside the V&A, and much more.

  34. Near Monte Carlo, a Brutalist Abode Unlike Its Neighbors T Magazine, September 18

    Tom Dixon had never designed an entire house before gamely signing on to do just that for an eccentric couple in Monaco.

  35. Make T Something | Tom Dixon Video, September 18

    Dixon, who designed the Monaco home featured on the cover of T’s Sept. 22 Design & Luxury issue, attempts to make something entirely new out of a few select materials (and one wild-card item).