The architect has a knack for camouflaging the volume of sprawling homes and making their interiors feel intimate.
Italian-born architect Rosario Candela was one of the pioneers of New York City high-rise-apartment living.
For her Lost Utopias project, photographer Jade Doskow has traveled across North America and Europe to document the current state of futuristic architecture built for bygone world expos.
Michael Boyd digs into the aesthetic legacy of mid-century-modern Southern California designer Craig Ellwood.
A protégé of John Pawson and Peter Eisenman, designer Jean-Gabriel Neukomm brings a deeply thoughtful, philosophical point of view to interior design.
A new show at the Parrish Museum of Art, in Southampton, examines the ways in which photography and design both enhance and complicate each other.
The Southern architect and founder of the studio bearing his name designs houses that perfectly reflect their locations and their owners' personalities.
A self-described "modern classicist," the San Antonio–based designer blends the traditional with the contemporary to create houses that blur the distinctions between past and present.
Honoring the island's historic vernacular while celebrating how people want to live (and play) there today, Boston-based Patrick Ahearn has masterminded the design, restoration and renovation of more than 200 homes and other buildings on Martha's Vineyard.
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