Hide and Eat
In Manhattan, where space is the ultimate luxury, a clever design workaround makes a dining table disappear after supper.
Hide Out in One of These Asian Retreats That Are Immersed in Nature
If you're looking to escape your daily routine by traveling to a distant land, consider posting up at one of these...
Hide and Sleep
With the classic Murphy bed as muse, Japanese architect Toshihiko Suzuki transformed a standard Airstream into a versatile small...
A Surprise Hides in this Tokyo Parking Garage
An 800-car parking structure is transformed into a subterranean shopping experience in a Tokyo fashion icon's latest venture.
A Pair of English Barns Hide Unabashedly Bold and Budget-Friendly Minimalist Interiors
Subverting the traditional, conservatively cozy British barn conversion, Carl Turner created a getaway in rural Norfolk for...
Where to Eat, Drink and Shop in Venice Beach
Ariel Kaye, Parachute’s Founder and CEO, shared her Venice suggestions when we opened for business a while back.
Eat Me, I'm Green
Michelle Kaufman, the Martha Stewart of sustainable architecture, has unveiled her annual gingerbread version of one of her...
You Art What You Eat
Even in a place attuned to two-wheeled traffic, it was a rare sight one evening last fall to witness a bicycle convoy ferrying a...
Eat Love: A Book of Food Design
Food designer Marije Vogelzang creates recipes, plated presentations, and even molecular gastronomic buffets, turning the dining...
Mushrooms: Building Blocks of the Future?
Mushrooms aren't just for eating anymore.
An Edible Learning Garden in Brooklyn
New York firm WORKac taps into society’s increased focus on heathy eating with a school’s learning garden.
One Room Fits All
New Yorkers often work, eat, sleep, and entertain in a single room.
Marimekko Tour
Beyond a shining white foyer and a canteen infused with fragrant lunchtime aromas, Marimekko’s Helsinki headquarters hides a...
Spicing Things Up
Chipotle’s recent approach to restaurant design aims to transform the traditionally tasteless experience of eating fast food into...
Christine Rosen on Kitchens of the Future
“Looking at the data, we will continue to eat more convenience foods and to gather less as a family, just as our kitchens become...
11 Howard: A Hotel That Feels Like a Home
It’s becoming a modern day preference that when away from their homes, travelers don’t want to feel like they’re traveling.
Open Kitchen
A San Francisco architect turns his “inefficiency” kitchen into a modestly scaled and well-lit place to cook, eat, work, and...
True Blue
A 450-square-foot apartment in the Upper West Side needed to accommodate the resident’s working, entertaining, and resting needs,...
Friday Finds 03.30.12
In this installment of Friday Finds, a look at tennis's most entertaining athlete, Pantone swatches that are good enough to eat,...
Friday Finds 6.3.11
On this Friday, a selection of treasures mined from the deepest depths of the web: the inspiration for iPods, a reggae classic,...