Three designers, two journalists and an interiors photographer gathered at The New York Times to make a list of history’s most enduring and significant spaces. Here are the results.
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Two creative people in two different fields in one wide-ranging conversation.
By revisiting and refuting the cultural history of the West, this group is using time as its primary medium, looking backward to inform a different kind of gay future.
The landscape architect Arnaud Casaus is creating green spaces wilder and warmer than those found at street level.
Dazzling compositions of color — rosy rubies, yellow beryls, azure sapphires — set these kaleidoscopic pieces apart.
“The feeling of being an outsider, excluded because you don’t have access to certain signifiers, is a powerful one,” says one of our advice columnists.
What to visit, wear and covet this week, from the editors of T Magazine.
The ceramist Gregg Moore is helping to ensure that absolutely nothing goes to waste at the New York restaurant Blue Hill at Stone Barns.
A tribute to Miami’s queer culture, meditations on climate change — and more not to be missed at this year’s constellation of art and design fairs.
Each of the Parisian house’s iconic J12 watches is crafted by hand at the brand’s atelier in Switzerland.
Rhett Baruch has transformed his compact Los Angeles apartment into a showroom for the colorful, unconventional items that he sells.
For over 30 years, the artist has waged a conceptual battle against the murky ethics of the art world. Now, finally, the larger culture is taking cues from her.
The Milanese firm Studio Peregalli has tapped into the soul of a 19th-century house in order to return it to an idealized version of its former glory.
Many thriller and horror films from Japan, China and South Korea reveal a complicated relationship between those societies and the ancient tenets of Confucianism.
Through the back of Vacheron Constantin’s luxurious new timepiece, you can see what makes it tick.
The actor began her collection of antique vessels three years ago, while developing her fragrance line, Henry Rose.
On the runway, the sometimes formal accessory came in all styles, from sporty driving and motocross models to those inspired by work wear.
The Park Hyatt Kyoto is perfectly at home amid the city’s teahouses, centuries-old dwellings and Edo-era temples.
One of art’s great privileges and responsibilities is to imagine lives that may not be written about in our textbooks.
Michaël Verheyden, who combines simple shapes with rich textures, will show a new collection at Design Miami.