New York City
Curated by MASS Design Group, Fringe Cities dissects the harmful legacy of urban renewal.
Arcadia Earth is an immersive installation that tells the plight of the planet in the form of 15 photo-ready rooms.
The Guy’s trips through the city feature a parade of New Yorkers seeking calm and community.
A new Noguchi Museum exhibition gets is one step closer to being inside the designer’s visionary landscape.
The office is outfitted with the Wing’s signature pastel colors, custom furniture, punchy environmental graphics, and woman-centric features.
The architects opened up the layout and widened room openings to create an airy feel and improve circulation.
The two-week-plus design extravaganza is back in NYC and here’s an idea of all the eye candy you can expect.
Set in NYC’s new Hudson Yards megaproject, the venue will be home to three installations a year beginning with "Lost and Found," a highly photogenic ode to materials and perspectives.
The Future Perfect outfitted a five-story West Village townhouse for its new "residential gallery" concept.
Amazon’s HQ2 debacle is the latest sign that the public has gotten wise to corporate subsidies.
Greenery Unlimited bills itself as the first biophilic design store, which is a fancy way to say it’s a high-design plant shop that encourages visitors to hang around.
The shop is part installation (inside a real apartment home in NYC), part shoppable experience, part gathering place for workshops and panel discussions.
Here are the designs, installations, and trends that stood out over a month of festivities.
Mexican-American artist Tanya Aguiñiga explores immigration, identity, and culture in her first solo show at the Museum of Arts and Design.
As a new exhibition at the Cooper Hewitt demonstrates, designing for senses beyond sight is more inclusive and more fun.
MedMen describes itself as the "Apple Store of cannabis," and it’s easy to see why.
Built for New York City’s small, flat roofs, panels can work on rooftops anywhere
Swimming in 38,000 balls? Going down a "Willy Wonka-inspired" rainbow hallway? It was all a dream!
Now on view at New York’s Museum of Arts and Design, "Derrick Adams: Sanctuary" investigates the book as both an artifact of Jim Crow America and as a constructive force against racism.
Satirical Subway Subways subreddit shows sandwich stops as transit hubs isn’t as crazy as it may first sound.
Two new exhibitions at NYC’s Friedman Benda gallery focus on architect-designed furniture, featuring both 20th-century masters and emerging firms of today.
The tricked-out tour bus has laser-cut interior walls, a massive glowing orb, aromatherapy setup, and extra A/C.
Today, it draws up to 100,000 visitors each year—but the display of holiday lights and decorations wasn’t always popular with neighbors.
A new store in New York City merges a covetable houseplant selection with education and community.
Caples Jefferson thinks architecture can be a powerful tool for community—and communication.
New York City-based firm New Amsterdam Design Associates has completed a gut renovation of a 19th-century mixed-use building in Park Slope Brooklyn.
New York design studio Bureau V and MINI LIVING’s Urban Cabin program team up on a concept cabin.
Antique charm abounds by way of rough-hewn beamed ceilings, rustic floorboards, deep fireplaces, built-in bookshelves, and stone terraces.
After a fire, a writer decides—with help and luck—to trade rental life for homeownership.
Knitted out of recycled photo-luminescent textiles, the canopy’s million yards of thread collect solar energy and emit ethereal shades of blue, pink, and purple.