Film and Television
The Refinery Hotel’s "Lannister’s Lair" includes fur throws and ‘Game of Thrones’-inspired dishes
Deborah Riley, the show's production designer, discusses the real places that inspired the look of Dragonstone and more.
The Historic Preservation Review Board approved the nomination of the site last week
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Abbi and Ilana’s high jinks take them all over New York City—see where their shenanigans take place.
The story of how Americans conquered, colonized, and eventually preserved, the Everglades.
The series surveys how the country’s evolving style through the decades has been informed by political, social, and economic climates of the time.
The Western movie set might be up and running again in two years.
The Architecture & Design Film Festival kicks off in New York City on October 16 with films on Mies, Piano, and more.
The cast featured several eccentric designers in its rotation, but there was one whose reputation as a provocateur towered above the rest. Her name was Hildi Santo-Tomas.
As an editor at a website about all things related to the home, I had never watched a single episode of Fixer Upper. So with the show coming to a close, what better time than now?
From the glittering cityscape to a rusting animal testing facility, all of the sets were handcrafted especially for the film.
Ava DuVernay brought the book to life in historically underrepresented South LA neighborhoods
Why Black Panther—and science fiction seen through a black cultural lens—has a lot to say about architecture, urbanism, and cities.
The modern farmhouse in Zilker originally went to a prizewinner in 2015 and is now asking $1.19M
"Cities" illustrates how human habitats are increasingly incompatible with the species that lived there first.
A negligent autonomous pizza van becomes a metaphor for smart cities everywhere.
A slew of iconic films were filmed at John Marshall High School, from Pretty in Pink to Grease.
Italian film director Luca Guadagnino is known for swoony films and their equally gorgeous sets.
How productions designers for The Long Road Home staged a famous battle of the Iraq War at Fort Hood
The Park Slope outpost of Nitehawk will feature 650 seats between 7 theaters.
From horror to anime to fantasy, these concepts show that the sky’s the limit when it comes to creating the set of the movie version of your dream life.
In honor of a new Jayne Mansfield documentary, soak up the splendor of the ‘Hollywood Babylon’ covergirl’s over-the-top mansion.
Dennis Gassner explains how he visualized an update on one of film’s most famous urban landscapes
"Mr. Robot" picks up where the last season left off, with the world of Elliot Alderson in further disarray, and the machinations of fsociety and the Dark Army coming into focus.