Architecture

How Top Designers Are Updating Paul R. Williams Homes for Today

The celebrated architect is responsible for some of the most famous buildings in Los Angeles. Here, we talk to six interior designers about how they've juggled preservation and modernization when revamping houses by Williams.

In the Mid-Century American Home, Radical Design Began in the Kitchen

Women's liberation, futuristic appliances, quickly changing color trends — all these innovations took root in the kitchen during the postwar era.

17 Warm and Welcoming Kitchens in Brooklyn

Whether in cozy townhouses or expansive lofts, these cheerful cooking spaces in New York City’s most populous borough prove that the kitchen is the real heart of the home.

Le Corbusier’s Paris Architecture: A Walking Tour

Los Angeles home by Rios Clementi Hale Studios

24 Perfect Patios with Fire Pits and Fireplaces

In these stylish spaces, the outdoor season extends year round.

Photographer to Know: Ezra Stoller

His crisp pictures are the defining records of mid-century modern architecture.

How an Aristocratic Ruin Became Puglia’s Most Avant-Garde Guesthouse

Palazzo Daniele makes a case for mixing old-world architecture with cutting-edge art.

Buildings That Reveal Just How Innovative Stone Can Be

From a Norwegian opera house to a radio station in remote Nepal, architects are finding innovative ways to treat the million-year old material.

11 Enviable Outdoor Kitchens and Backyard Bars

The kitchen is the heart of the home, so we're bringing it outside for a stylish al fresco dining experience.

Matteo Thun Integrated an Ultra-Luxe Wellness Retreat into a Swiss Slope

This five-star haven is so much more than a hotel.
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