Two winters into the pandemic, New Yorkers who moved to the suburbs, exurbs or beyond are taking stock of their low-density lifestyles.
Here’s what it looks like when the professionals take on D.I.Y. projects. (Don’t feel bad if they put yours to shame.)
There’s a reason that some people won’t let go of their physical books — and a new term for it: "book-wrapt."
Macramé? Moroccan carpets? Fiddle-leaf figs? Why have they popped up everywhere?
Using concrete and giant industrial printers, home building may one day be much faster and cheaper.
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They sit quietly and compactly stashed, but nesting tables are always ready to leap into action.
Several winters ago, Guus van Leeuwen, who was then an industrial-design student, was riding with his girlfriend in a horse-drawn sleigh in Sweden. Wrapped in...
Consumers influenced by TV shows are eager to decorate their backyards and terraces for activities more commonly performed indoors, like cooking, bathing and office work.
Design Notebook: At NeoCon, office furniture loosens up with designers challenging the idea that serious work requires serious furniture.
Socially conscious design was in the center ring. A number of companies boasted of earth-friendly materials and showed off efficient packing methods that reduced their...