It’s Modernism Week in Palm Springs and the desert town is abuzz with events and excitement. One of the events, held at the Palm Springs Art Museum, is a talk with locally-bred artist, Phillip K. Smith
From oil paints to iPad - the disabled artist using technology to prolong her career and love of painting
The granddaughter of Queena Stovall, one of America’s most famous folk artists, it was perhaps inevitable that Michie O’Day would become a painter. Ms O’Day came to art fairly late in life, only starting
Two more downtown buildings are finally starting much-needed renovations. The Stevens Building and the Louis Kamper Apartments will undergo an $18 million renovation for their 165 combined residential
To woo a female, this bird flips up his cape, puffs out his chest, and shimmies his little feet. It's hard to find a more superb bird than the superb bird of paradise. Males have an elaborate courtship
Architect Brian MacKay-Lyons uses landscape as a kind of starting point for an architectural language. The native Maritimer has been surrounded by water all his life, and it’s the power of the Atlantic
A John Black Lee is transformed for contemporary living Joel Sanders Architect renovated and expanded this midcentury modern home in New Canaan, Connecticut, which was originally designed in 1957 by John
Climb on up How do you make the most of a two-story home? Turn it into five stories. Sugawaradaisuke Architects recently did just that, transforming a house on the shore of Japan’s Lake Nojiri into a home
Adam Driver stars in a movie about the paired vocation of work and art. Great poets are masters of words, but their most finely tuned skill is often simple attentiveness: to the matches on the kitchen
When it comes to bookstores, I'm like the much-married English King Henry VIII. I just can't get enough. At Christmastime, I delight in the sight of coffee table books being gift-wrapped at Barnes & Noble.
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Long and lean This rectangular house is an exercise in simplicity. Built on top of a hill in Portsea, Australia, the modern home is comprised of three parts that connect together and stretch into an elongated
A home by carpenter Ed Cady Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day? Get thee to the tipline and send us your suggestions. We’d love to see what you’ve
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These museums are more than archives of important work. Their architectural forms help tell their stories, writes Devon Van Houten Maldonado. Museums do more than allow us to engage with history and art.
Thanks to an extensive DIY renovation, a 480-square-foot homestead in Joshua Tree, California, receives a stunning new look. When Kathrin and Brian Smirke purchased a 1957 abandoned property at the tax
East meets Midwest at Prairie School, a cocktail haven for architecture buffs that touts a noteworthy beverage program by mixologist Jim Meehan. At the Chicago World’s Fair in 1893, Frank Lloyd Wright