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Design

  1. the bigger picture
    100 Years of Hygge, IlluminatedThe rich history of Danish lighting design from 1920 to now.
  2. art and soul
    The Hotel That Doubles As a Gallery SpaceA guided tour through the Crosby Street Hotel’s art collection.
  3. dreams and (sur)reality
    Fort Makers Throws a Dinner Party Worthy of DalíA new group show draws on the tradition of the surrealist’s lawless, absurd fêtes.
  4. cityscape
    Two New Buildings Break Free of the Glass StraitjacketFaçade materials that are able to show their age.
  5. day trippin'
    This Design Fair Is the Perfect Excuse to Head Upstate Next WeekendSay hello to chunky knits and handcrafted goods.
  6. design
    New York Got to Vote for One of Five New License Plates. They’re All Awful.The state has a history of great — even iconic — designs for plates. Why is the latest batch of choices so dismal?
  7. design
    The Labyrinthian Hell of the Prime Day InterfaceEven during its marquee sales event, Amazon’s website is nearly unusable.
  8. cityscape
    New York City Is Still a Disaster for the DisabledOld infrastructure and grudging compliance add up to only moderate progress toward accessibility.
  9. keeping up with the royals
    Kate Middleton Designed a Log““The idea is that it makes you sit back and look at the clouds.”
  10. gone-y ive
    Jony Ive Is Leaving Apple (to Start a New Design Firm That Works With Apple)The legendary designer, who created the iPod and iPhone, is on his way out.
  11. hmm
    Look at This Real-Life Sims BlunderLondon is supposed to get the first 360-degree infinity pool at the top of a skyscraper but … how do you get in?
  12. space of the week
    10 Highlights From New York Design WeekWendy Goodman says the standouts were those objects that evoked a sense of déjà vu. Here are her favorites.
  13. the urbanist
    An Interior Designer’s Guide to Stockholm“I think Stockholm has the same kind of values as Scandinavian design: clean, functional, democratic, and aesthetically pleasing.”
  14. cityscape
    TWA Takes Flight Again, Without Leaving the GroundSure, it whitewashes the past some. But can you imagine a better place to have a drink when your flight is delayed?
  15. design
    Brand-new Cafés, Striving to Look Old-fashionedAs nondescript glass skyscrapers sprout across the five boroughs, designing with an eye to the city’s history is more important than ever.
  16. design hunting
    The Designer Bringing Cloisonné Into the 21st CenturyMarc Newson’s latest pieces riff on the timeworn metalworking craft.
  17. design
    This Is the Ultimate Creative PartnershipArtist couple Isabel and Ruben Toledo have a new art show.
  18. best of 2018
    The 10 Best Book Covers of 2018, Described by Their DesignersThe artists behind the year’s most eye-catching covers talk about their sometimes torturous process.
  19. micro sales
    A Bunch of Design-y Vitra (That’ll Arrive by Christmas Eve) Is 25 Percent OffWooden birds, mini Eames furniture, and clocks galore.
  20. art basel 2018
    Who Knew About Art Basel Before It Was Cool? Fendi Did.The brand celebrates ten years at Design Miami.
  21. space of the week
    An Arty New Wallpaper Collaboration, Showcased in a 100-Year-Old TownhouseBill Blass creative director Chris Benz has put his collection with Wallshoppe on display in his Bedford-Stuyvesant home.
  22. out of office
    A Stylish Travel Guide to Mexico CityFrom a New York City expat with great taste, Abby Clawson Low.
  23. design
    Mandy Moore’s New Fossil Watch Dials Are Inspired by Her Home RedesignChatting with the This Is Us star about watches (and my obsession with her home renovation).
  24. i keep seeing this
    Plaster Busts Will Be 2019’s Fiddle-Leaf-Fig TreeYou’ll find them at Glossier. And at The Wing. And in the homes of models.
  25. big tip
    Where Should I Shop for My Dining Room?The women behind the MP Shift, one of the city’s hottest design firms, share their favorite places to cop great décor.
  26. design hunting
    Art Lovers Will Appreciate This Lichtenstein-Adorned Gallery–Home HybridNo wood or marble was allowed.
  27. solange
    Solange’s Saint Heron Announces Collaboration With IkeaOne step closer to having an entire lifestyle designed by Solange.
  28. NYCxDESIGNNYCxDESIGN is back, proudly showcasing riveting designs from around the world.
  29. interior lives
    Dive Into Artist Leonardo Drew’s Custom Designed Studio HomeSee how this Brooklyn-based sculptor keeps work and life separate.
  30. broadway
    How Broadway’s King Kong Musical Chose Its 3 PostersThree designers provided takes on the classic story for the new musical.
  31. That EPA Seal Scott Pruitt Hates? He Can Blame Neil Gorsuch’s Mother.When she ran the agency under Reagan, she went out of her way to save a dated logo from extinction.
  32. design hunting
    Interior Lives: This Park Slope Townhouse Mixes Gucci, Malachite, and TargetTour this stunning Brooklyn home.
  33. sexual harassment
    Creator of Sh*tty Architecture Men List Wants to Make Sexual Predators Afraid“I became acutely aware that my gender and my youth and my looks and charm were instrumental to the development of my career.”
  34. space of the week
    A Tribeca Loft With African Touches and Lots of LightWhen an interior designer and her husband moved to New York, they found a huge apartment in a 19th-century building that was almost perfect.
  35. last minute week
    23 Design-y Stocking Stuffers for Kids for Under $10You’ll want lots of them for yourself.
  36. design hunting
    A Futuristic-Looking Brooklyn Loft That’s Steeped in NostalgiaDesigner Jenny Kirschner doesn’t believe in walls.
  37. gallery
    What Is ‘Freakebana’? A New Style of Arranging FlowersOff-the-wall floral designs where almost no object is too low, or high, to qualify.
  38. it's a thing
    Freakebana: The New, Ugly-Cool Style of Arranging FlowersIt’s pronounced “freak-eh-ba-na.”
  39. gallery
    See How Africa Changed Contemporary DesignA new exhibit showcases more than 120 artists, designers, and entrepreneurs.
  40. In Iceland, This Photographer Skipped Her ItineraryJana Kirn ditched her schedule and rented a car.
  41. design hunting
    This Prefab Mirrored House Can Be Plopped Almost AnywhereSimple, pristine, and easy to place in any landscape.
  42. MoMA’s New Fashion Show Is Not the Met, and That’s the PointYes, it’s worth a visit uptown.
  43. how i get it done
    How I Get It Done: Beth Bugdaycay of the Jewelry Line FoundraeThe former Rebecca Taylor CEO on switching gears to do what you love.
  44. one-stop shop
    The Best Home Décor and AccessoriesEverything we’ve found to transform your space.
  45. tastemakers
    The L.A. Design Maven Creating Community Through SpacesPamela Shamshiri on making art you can live inside.
  46. select all
    The Samsung Frame Is a TV for People Who Hate How TVs LookSamsung Frame Review: A TV That Doesn’t Look Like a TV.
  47. When Culture Feels Like O’Hare: On the Shed and the Giant-Sizing of MoMAGiant-sizing our culture.
  48. moment
    The Memphis Design Movement Is Having a MomentThe ’80s aesthetic has reemerged, inspiring Greenpoint ceramicists, Supreme collaborations, and an exhibit at the Met Breuer.
  49. productivity
    Design Won’t Save American WorkersDuring the current fixation on the intersection of design and psychology, it’s worth remembering what workers are going through at the moment.
  50. strat explainer
    What Is Memphis? (And How Can I Get My Hands on It?)The ’80s design movement is back.
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