Common in Victorian London, handmade paper blooms have sprouted once again.
Young yet preternaturally wise, figures including Malala Yousafzai and Greta Thunberg have changed the face of activism.
Is dining on nature’s predators an act of environmentalism — or just a new way for humans to bend the world to our will?
The diamonds perched atop Elsa Peretti’s fluid gold mesh collar, which the house recently reimagined, resemble droplets of dew.
In the 1930s, a group of trailblazing African-Americans bought plots for themselves in Sag Harbor, establishing a close-knit community that’s spanned multiple generations.
In praise of homes that are worlds unto themselves, reflecting their owners’ unique tastes while offering shelter from all manner of storms.
A new generation of artisans is adding to the long history of the Italian craft, known for its strange shapes, odd colors and secretive techniques.
At her family home, the textile designer Nathalie Farman-Farma has drawn from ancient Eastern and Western influences with scholarly respect and stylish abandon.
He’s been in the theater world for decades, but painting, he says, has taught him a new way of seeing.
By continuously buying and selling the antique furniture, art and kitschy objects that fill its rooms, Dirk-Jan Kinet keeps his home dynamic and grand.
Amid pandemics and environmental disasters, designers and architects have been forced to imagine a world in which the only way to move forward is to look back.
After living around the world, Nicolò Castellini Baldissera has returned to the city in which his family — and his heart — has always resided.
In Antwerp, the mother-daughter duo behind Bernadette spend quality time at their Provençal-style family home.
In this new work by Marcus Jansen, the subject must contend with two threats: rising walls and rising waters.
Piotr Uklanski’s new paintings of Pre-Raphaelite muses closes with a private performance that conjures “Eyes Wide Shut” and Roy Orbison.