For his new collection, the designer Timothy Liles returns to his handmade roots.
A new building symbolizes an Austrian couple’s sustainable practices.
Mexican officials hope that free glasses will be the key to a better education for some students.
The Design Council and the Department of Health partner to combat the spread of infection in U.K. hospitals.
With auspicious timing, Landscape Forms launches its first transit-oriented furniture collection.
The debate over restoring one of Miami’s most iconic venues heats up.
Like the rings of a tree, these products reflect the time and place in which they were made.
The company gives its famous Sunset Strip property an artsy
overhaul under a relaxed new brand.
A working-class community in Rotterdam gets an economic boost, thanks to an ingenious snack truck.
A public archive in Switzerland undergoes a high-visibility renovation.
The former mayor of Curitiba, Brazil is carrying his message of sustainability to the world’s burgeoning cities. Lesson one: get rid of your car.
Raili Pietilä reflects on a life of design with her husband, Reima, and the new exhibition that examines the Pietilä legacy.
Beyond Milan and Eindhoven, the author discovers an emerging design center in Europe.
Inside a 1970s Hilton in Prague, David Collins concocts a restaurant with historic flavor.
Globe-trotting Garth Roberts talks about commissioned projects and the importance of materials and place.
Over three decades, the center has fostered a glass-blowing industry in the Pacific Northwest.
In converting a historic church to a bookstore, a Dutch firm honors the spirit of the architecture.
Sambo’s benevolent spirit guides a modest addition in Atlanta.
Three experts look at the green strategies behind a model apartment created as a showcase for sustainable thinking.
Paul Bishop brings global design to the interiors of the Arabian Gulf.