The museum bulldozed its old campus without a clear plan for its replacement. Does it owe L.A. one?
A mid-century beauty opens to the public for the first time, and it’s stocked with new art and design.
So close to the water.
Bloodsuckers overran a tower in China. Does this mean the whole idea is bad? We asked an expert to weigh in.
And even if you don’t live there, you’ll probably be looking at your AQI number someday soon.
New Yorkers mourn the loss of "our closet."
The curving home personifies Wright’s late-career design. But what prompted the huge price increase?
Architect Couple’s L.A. Courtyard House Comes With a Scalloped, Round Kitchen Island and Le Corbusier Lighting
The space is a pleasing interplay of colors, textures, materials, and shapes.
Will Weiner tarnish IceStone’s shining reputation? Or will the Brooklyn Navy Yard company renovate his?
A 2017 expansion by New York architect Joel Sanders includes a master suite, gym, and garage.
Why take a chair or table so seriously?
It’s finally a renter’s market. But for how long?
Yes, it’s a good time to get a deal in Manhattan. But in areas hardest-hit by COVID-19, rents are actually going up.
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It comes with plenty of prewar touches including an arched doorway and base moldings.
New installations from DineOut NYC in Queens and the Bronx hint at the future of outdoor restaurants.
Deadly impacts of climate change on a hot city were clear 15 years ago.
A solarium further blurs the line between indoors and outdoors.
The Good Company Bike Club was started during the pandemic, and rides for equity, inclusion, change—but most of all fun.
Nothing says health and safety like heavily armed city employees notorious for not wearing masks.
The co-op has huge windows, high ceilings, and a wraparound balcony.
Sale prices are down, inventory is rising.
A new book on the pedestrian-death crisis busts myths and offers solutions.
The options organizing professionals reach for the most when tackling any client’s space.
The hillside home has ample walls of glass and exposed beams.
Despite what cable news is saying every day, a mass migration to the suburbs isn’t happening.
Hollywood & Highland’s whitest white elephants are an homage to L.A.’s most openly racist filmmaker.
The Racquet Club Estates home has an updated kitchen and entertaining bar, plus an outdoor fireplace by the pool.
Who’s up for a virtual mixology class?
Waving a gun at protestors doesn’t make you an urbanism expert.
The co-op apartment has ten-foot ceilings, garden views, and a wood-burning fireplace.
"It’s the closest you can come to time travel."
The interior features an original brick fireplace, wood paneling, and built-ins.
This six-bedroom property offers spacious suburban living with a pool and a guesthouse.
Real-estate agent Esteban Gomez sells the upstate dream to the city’s apartment-dwelling ‘creatives’.