In an Aspen, Colorado, home by Shelton, Mindel & Assoc., the master bath's shower and Agape tub are equipped with Dornbracht fittings. In another home, this one in Amagansett, New York, A hand-finished-limestone tub anchors the master bath.
You're in a city, but it could be any city. You're riding alongside a port, but it could be any port. But it's not just any city and it's not just any port, it's Montreal. How can you tell?
The city of Houston, long known for jam-packed freeways and an ambitious skyline, is returning to its bayou roots -- thanks to a skillful landscape restoration by SWA.
In a way, my interest in architecture happened naturally through a relationship with my partner and co-founder of UNStudio. We actually met very young and had a personal relationship.
Hidden in mountain ravines south of downtown Palm Springs, the area now called simply "Indian Canyons" disguises behind its generic name one of the most unusual natural wonders in the state: thriving forests of glorious palm trees in the middle of a bone-dry, furnace-hot rocky desert.
After six decades of Zoo visits on five continents, and a number of safari treks through animal habitats in Southern and Western Africa, I frankly t...
The cane, shiny like a sword, doesn't bother Konstantinos Pylarinos that much. He's learned to shuffle slowly with it on one side and his daughter Penny on the other.
Forget about moving desks or chairs around. The future of work space may be offices that assemble themselves.
This week, at the Clinton Global Initiative's (CGI) Annual meeting in New York, we are unveiling our first annual report: In Flux: Community Design for Change, Chance and Opportunity, a compendium of NRI activities for the past year.
A veritable monument to sodium, the Spring Street Shed--and therefore road salt--could be around for a very long time.
We had the pleasure to talk to the architecture firm's founding partner Elizabeth Diller, who provided us with some basic information on the concept of the museum's architecture with its "veil-and-vault" idea, the challenges the architecture studio faced and how they worked with the natural light.
What will American homes look like the future? Why not ask architecture students? After all, they'll be the ones designing them. Right now, teams of students from 16 universities are competing to design and build cost-effective solar-powered homes--and your tax dollars are helping to urge them on.
In the master bath of the former residence of Patrick and Jillian Dempsey in Malibu, California, one of her sculptures sits atop a rustic table. And we're just getting started.
The entrance hall is illuminated by a Jason Koharik pendant light; the stained-glass window is by Colin Adrian Glass, the trunk is vintage Louis Vuitton, and the flooring is reclaimed wood from the Coney Island boardwalk.
A stay in a historic mansion-turned-hotel sounds particularly cozy. And sorry North America, South America, Asia, Africa, and Australia (Antarctica, you were never in the running), but nowhere does a stunning estate better than Europe.
Somewhere in this great land of ours is a magical metropolis where everything is pink. OK, that's a bit of an exaggeration -- but Sioux Falls, S.D. comes close. Maybe not everything is pink, but it's easily America's pinkest big city.