We like to think of d’Orsay flats, also called two-piece flats, like the bikini of the shoe world. With just the toe and heel cup, feel like something between a sandal and a flat. Perfect if you work an
Lordy, no lords! Women-led practices! See the six finalists–and why such a starchitect-free list is still a shocker. The six finalists for the 2013 Stirling Prize have been announced, and the big surprise?
This flower shop, art gallery, and home for two looks like the simplest of cubes. Drawing on an inherited plot of land, his father’s steel company, and his brother-in-law’s architectural know-how, Motoshi...
The Waterdream, a new makes-you-wonder hybrid, freshens up the bathing experience by taking it out of the bathroom. Product design mashups are strange beasts. But few are as strange as this hybrid bathroom-living
Charles Birnbaum, founder and president of the Cultural Landscape Foundation, makes the case that historical preservationists are... Read the Editor’s Letter from our upcoming September/October edition
Movable modular parts make this renovated, 400-square-foot Manhattan apartment a flexible feat. Hang on to your seats everyone, we’re rapidly developing new features. From home tours to budget breakdowns,
Composed of cubic modules, a minimalist Moroccan villa encourages relaxation while referencing local building traditions. Warm nights spent sitting outside with friends are just around the corner—so sit
About 90 minutes from New York City on over four wooded acres in Columbia County, this steel-and-glass barn house is a minimalist... An inventive, freestanding “tree house” built by an architectural designer