When their house was in need of a pick-me-up, a London couple turned to the designer of their favorite coffee shop for an industrial-strength renovation.
A German family's homelife takes shape around a modern kitchen.
A new book from Phaidon, Studio Olafur Eliasson: The Kitchen, documents a beloved daily routine in the artist’s Berlin studio: group lunch.
Hailing from Denmark and India, a husband and wife cultivate a collective heritage at their renovated, almost-passive Brooklyn town house.
A Vancouver architect collaborates with a team of artisans on a trio of bathrooms in his home.
If a house is a machine for living, an occasional system update is necessary. Accessibility experts weigh in on how to maximize safety and function—for all ages and abilities—in the kitchen.
An Australian family living in Singapore plans a homecoming renovation, one Skype chat at a time.
A luminous new kitchen and dining area bring a 1968 tri-level residence in Reno into the 21st century.
If a house is a machine for living, an occasional system update is necessary. Accessibility experts weigh in on how to maximize safety and function—for all ages and abilities—in the bathroom.
Located in a forest in the Andean foothills, a house draws from the region’s geology to produce a unique bathing experience.
In Chapel Hill, a renovated kitchen takes painterly cues from Piet Mondrian.
A Manhattan renovation takes cues from its neighbors—a pioneering artist’s loft and the light of the nearby Hudson River.
Fu-Tung Cheng speaks about concrete, the craft of building, and how his new material offering—ShapeCrete—is an accessible tool for all.
From custom cabinetry to hidden hooks, get clever when organizing your home.
From bright yellow to copper, make a statement with your kitchen.
The Italian architect and designer discusses sustainability, bathroom design, and how small details can make a big impact.
Morning becomes eclectic with new colorways, shapes, and features.
“Interiors...remind us of what to do, where we’ve come from, and who we are.” —Edward Hollis, The Memory Palace
A ribbon of light ties a concrete kitchen to its picturesque landscape.
These sculptural designs transform the bathroom as you know it.
GE corporate design lead Lou Lenzi discusses the process of developing products that work for everyone.
Streamlined appliances pack functionality into narrow silhouettes.
Simple pieces offer flexible storage solutions.