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Travel, Art & Design / 14 March 2020
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.
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.
A proponent of intermittent fasting, Norma Kamali relies on a simple herbal drink and bright yam soup to stay balanced.
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.
Hunkering down in isolation? Keep the stress at bay with a delicious meal, some self-care and a riveting read.
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.
Wellness, Travel / 12 March 2020
Here are some tips for cleaning your area of a plane and keeping healthy on a flight.
For the writer Aatish Taseer, a childhood staple has taken on new resonance in light of Delhi’s citizenship protests.
Haegue Yang seeks isolation and then mines the accompanying confusion to reflect on the nature of belonging.
For a decade, Dan Pearson has been creating a landscape that’s a testament to both his singular eye and Britain’s natural beauty.
Extravagant tableaus of fruits and flowers have become popular centrepieces for runway shows and photo shoots — and call for a new kind of responsible clean up.
The architect Deanna Van Buren designs civic spaces that are healing alternatives to correctional facilities.
Entertainment & Culture / 25 February 2020
In literature and pop culture, women often come in threes, deriving power from solidarity even as they work to forge their own paths.
In recent years, once-tidy bouquets have become boundless, their diverse tangles of blooms, branches and weeds looking ever more like art installations.
As part of our series “Read T a Poem,” the actress performs a work by Maya Angelou.
Anna Sheffield has been eating dragon bowls since she was a teenager, but her latest version relies on an array of bright, fresh vegetables.
The ancient accessories are being embraced by a new creative generation.
In Singapore, a decadent yet sustainable Chinese-Cantonese restaurant — and more.
Gourmet, T | How To / 3 February 2020
Bjorn Shen — chef and owner of Small’s, a new four-seat pizza omakase in Rochor — shows how he makes his signature pizza-banh mi hybrid.
The food stylist Young Gun Lee creates a three-foot-tall edible sculpture from Norwegian langoustines.
Over-the-top banquets have long been viewed as harbingers of impending doom. Their recent resurgence on the fashion circuit feels like a cheeky comment on the times.
The Scottish designer and his rescue dog, Basil, take T on tour of his Williamsburg, Brooklyn, apartment.
Cookbook authors and chefs are arguing for their place at the table — to chronicle recipes, safeguard ingredients and assert a sense of humanity.
The founders of Opening Ceremony get nostalgic about their Asian-American upbringing and sketch their favourite childhood food.
Rife with mystery, the enigmatic tarot deck still sees relevance today albeit commonly used as a divination instrument that promotes self-care and spiritual healing.
Susan Cianciolo’s intuitive, craft-oriented practice has encompassed everything from handmade clothing to an alternative currency.
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