With the opening of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture this weekend, take a look back at our feature on its architect and his global perspective—and his early sketches of the dazzling new museum.
Unique glass creations by artists like Thaddeus Wolfe and Jeff Zimmerman play off the packing materials that both protect them and display them at their best.
The young British designer and artist pulls inspiration from classical sculpture and midcentury Palm Springs for his interiors and brings his illustrating talent to Burberry’s latest campaign.
A new restaurant on Manhattan’s Lower East Side from Carlos Quirarte of The Smile and Taavo Somer of Freeman’s brings “bistronomie” to New York in an intimate space full of playful touches.
At the design powerhouse, every extension of the brand is another opportunity for experimentation, especially its new ceramics line.
A new showroom and rotating exhibition space along the canal in Milan offers a physical place to experience the eclectic vintage finds available from LaDoubleJ.
A new brick-and-mortar marketplace on Manhattan’s Lower East Side demonstrates a new path as an e-commerce retailer brings its careful curation to the physical world.
A furniture designer learned a love of “brutal shapes” during her upbringing in Belgrade.
The former Vena Cava designer branches out into jewelry and interiors with a modernist bent.
A pared-back retreat near Portugal’s Atlantic coast offers a secluded retreat from the everyday.