An inventive, freestanding “tree house” built by an architectural designer for her family grows in Garrison, New York.
These gardens blur the boundaries between natural and manmade landscape, providing a welcome escape from the bustle of daily life.
Sometimes architecture works best when it frames nature. These seven homes blur the boundaries between indoors and outdoors by opening up towards the ocean.
The striking Massachusetts museum Clark Art Institute reopens its doors after a decade-long transformation.
Storm King Art Center offers two new reasons to visit Upstate New York in the upcoming months.
It can be a challenge to achieve a feeling of coziness without making a space seem cluttered. But spatial restrictions sometimes produce the most creative solutions.
Spatial efficiency meets energy efficiency in this Bay Area home designed by an architect for his parents.