During the pandemic, Diane Keaton — like other celebrities — started broadcasting short, three-minute Instagram videos from her very nice California home.
New York’s designers are finding creative ways to share their work.
These pages feature scenes like a dreamy porched house, plants and critters, and all sorts of abstract patterns.
"Now is not the time for grays," says Pantone color expert Laurie Pressman.
The six-week program for K–12 will cover topics like color, shape, and drawing.
Designed with parametric modeling software, the new rugs achieve a similar visual complexity as the traditional art form.
High on style, low in waste, Tom Dixon’s latest collection is made from cork that’s been charred to a black-ish brown.
The midcentury artist’s failed attempt to create a universal tabletop accessory tells a deep story about how he perceived the power of sculpture.
Designer Jaime Hayon created an optical illusion in rug form—can you see all nine faces?
The gingerbread house comes with all the requisite details: low-slung profile, butterfly roof, and a breeze block carport—all made from sweets.
The cocoon-like shelters were informed by research that found people prefer to stand or lean rather than sit while waiting for the bus in the cold.
The pair of gabled homes were built on a single lot by architecture students at the University of Kansas.
The midcentury design is famous for its panel shade system, devised to give residents more privacy and protection from harsh weather.
Starting today, you can bid on fun and unconventional tree hangings from 50 independent designers.
Sapper’s clever design has fascinated design lovers for years, and now Italian time keeping company Lorenz is bringing it back.
Mecanoo designed Villa Vaught with traditional Dutch farmsteads in mind
Turkel Design’s Axiom Desert House is part research project, part livable home.
The architects transformed a crumbling barn into a magazine-ready home.
WEYES studio designed "the house in the forest" as a series of interconnected volumes.
In this family vacation home, a series of gable roofed forms allow each generation its own small slice of privacy.
The house takes on a perfectly melancholy atmosphere thanks to low-slung ceilings and a judicious use of windows that let in a soft, ethereal glow.
The Bonbon lamp by Ana Kraš features colorful yarn wrapped around a steel frame.