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In Singapore, three design collectives redesigned the interiors of three conserved shophouses — and in that process, stretched the boundaries of what these time-hallowed buildings could be.
Leidy Churchman’s latest show encourages a focused, joyful kind of looking that feels deliberately at odds with our increasingly distracted world.
The artist, best known for his handmade octopus chandeliers, shows off his Victorian Gothic brownstone in South Philadelphia.
Plugging into the art-world conversation while museums and galleries are closed.
Jeremy Anderson, the co-founder of the modernist lighting studio Apparatus, is moulding a space for himself with a collection of porcelain and stoneware vessels.
For his vacation home in Portugal, the Belgian architect Vincent Van Duysen has conceived of a sand-coloured, bunkerlike home that blends seamlessly into its surroundings.
Haegue Yang seeks isolation and then mines the accompanying confusion to reflect on the nature of belonging.
Scattered across the Indonesian island, four villas that started off as an entrepreneur’s own dream house project. Now they’ve become bookable holiday homes.
The architect Deanna Van Buren designs civic spaces that are healing alternatives to correctional facilities.
In recent years, once-tidy bouquets have become boundless, their diverse tangles of blooms, branches and weeds looking ever more like art installations.
The ancient accessories are being embraced by a new creative generation.
The Scottish designer and his rescue dog, Basil, take T on tour of his Williamsburg, Brooklyn, apartment.
Susan Cianciolo’s intuitive, craft-oriented practice has encompassed everything from handmade clothing to an alternative currency.
Katharina Fritsch shows familiar objects as they might appear in a dream, bringing the subliminal to light.
In Singapore, a four-seat pizza omakase that is also a chef’s creative playground — and more.
A ballet master, musician, and a poet. Using their craft as the medium, these three male artists confront the archaic notion of the stoic strongman — and refute it.
Using face-tracking technology, Ines Alpha dreams up surreal digital face masks that can extend, bloom and sprout on the screen.
The pioneering artist Judy Chicago discusses “The Female Divine,” the vast immersive work she created for the French house’s latest couture show.
What first appears as a nondescript ’60s-era family home slowly reveals itself to be a paragon of surrealist design.
The photographer Pieter Hugo, who has captured scenes from Nigeria to Mexico, takes T inside his studio.
In Tokyo, the quirky Japanese artist invites T into his Doraemon-dedicated art exhibition.
In their New York apartment, artist Laila Gohar and graphic designer Omar Sosa have created an urban oasis filled with art and design pieces created by their cherished guests.
The shadow economy of trades is both a holdover from the past and a vital practice that keeps artists honest — or at least competitive with their peers.
Simon Watson has spent the past 10 years capturing exquisite homes, from Indian palaces to Irish townhouses, including his own.
Known for its intelligence-gathering operations during World War II, the O.S.S. also helped shape the look of modern life.
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