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Get Your Tongs Ready For the Long Weekend With 13 Outdoor Spaces Made For Grilling
Memorial Day weekend is finally upon us, and if you're thinking what we're thinking, then it's time to get outdoors and fire up...
An Old Power Station in Melbourne is Transformed Into A Modern Tiered Restaurant
A former power station on the western edge of Melbourne’s city centre has been repurposed into a dining destination with six new...
Frank Lloyd Wright's Little Known Gas Station For the Future
Frank Lloyd Wright is renowned for numerous iconic structures—but not the little Minnesota gas station that was part of his...
Explore the Stockholm Metro For a Tour Through 5 Decades of European Art History
Descend underground into one of these curiously adorned subway stations scattered along 68 miles of the Stockholm metro—making it...
A New Velvet- and Brass-Filled Restaurant That's Housed in a 19th-Century London Warehouse
Melbourne-based design studio Biasol transformed a 19th-century warehouse into a restaurant and bar that's outfitted with...
The Starter Guide to Assembling Your Smart Home
Home automation expert and director of marketing at Leviton Greg Rhoades shares what to prepare, what to consider, and what to...
The Carefully-Curated Spartan Shop Expands Into a Creative Consultancy
It's a new beginning for Currie Person's minimalist contemporary homewares collection at Spartan Shop—as well as the end of an...
Eco-Friendly Safari Lodge in Africa's Okavango Delta
In the midst of Botswana’s Okavango Delta, surrounded by wild palms, fig trees, and African wildlife, is the luxurious yet...
A New Kind of Public Landmark: New York’s Interactive Centerpiece by Heatherwick Studio
Described as "a public room for the city,” Vessel is a visionary new landmark by London-based firm Heatherwick Studio.
Discuss: What Do You Want to See Happen in Design in 2017?
Now that the new year has kicked off, it’s your chance to share how you want to see design progress in 2017.
Midgette on World's Best Concert Halls
I had the good fortune to meet Anne Midgette, a classical music critic for the Washington Post, a while back at the Post offices.
American Leather Breaks the Mold of Custom, High-End Furniture
At American Leather, it's more than furniture—it's where lasting memories are made.
Mine Dining
In the depths of an ancient quarry in the south of France, a solitary chef nourishes travelers’ appetites for authenticity.
10 Sterling Saunas in Modern Homes
Saunas are one-stop shops for the rejuvenation of body and mind.
A Used Cargo Van Becomes a Mobile Studio
Filmmaker Zach Both got creative when it was time for him to hit the road for work last year.
Here’s How Hollywood Builds a Malibu Dream Home—on a Vancouver Soundstage
Tasked with designing a celeb-worthy Malibu abode in six weeks for a new television series on E!, production designer Daniel...
Working Your Way to a Blended Home
Bravo’s new show Yours, Mine or Ours challenges couples to work together to create a blended space that fits with both their...
Utopia Is a Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Game at the London Design Biennale
An exhibition at the Polish Pavilion explores the thin line between paradise and dystopia.
Poll: Why Buy Real vs. Fake Furniture?
Your answer may be printed in an upcoming issue.
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