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An Architect’s Distinctive Home on Shelter Island

William Pedersen designed his weekend house as an almost ‘sculptural form’ that blends into the land, and is putting it on the market for $9.995 million.

With Fancy Footwork, a Dancer’s Home Doubles as a Studio

Calvin Royal III, a principal at American Ballet Theater, has turned the one-bedroom he shares with his partner into a rehearsal space. For now.

For Black Designers, Opening Doors That Have Been Shut

A tiny proportion of designers are Black, but a host of new initiatives, as well as evolving tastes, are working to right the imbalance.

Pavilions Inhabit the Space Between Art and Architecture

Especially in a pandemic, these structures give architects room to play with materials and form.

A Narnia-Inspired Design, on Long Island

A guesthouse remodel is helped by a passion for reading, in particular an escapist book series. Step into the wardrobe, please.

Feng Shui Lessons From a Design Master Who Has Your Back

A novice studies the practice to improve her décor, her nerves and maybe even her bank balance.

5 Books to Take a Deep Dive Into Design

Reading about specialized objects and imagined worlds can give comfort at a time like this.

A Panorama of Design

A look at design-world events, products and people.

When Life Looks Like a Wes Anderson Movie

An Instagram platform, now a book, documents real-life settings that look like frames from the director’s movies.

'Dusty Hunter' Scores Cecil B. DeMille's Liquor Collection

Dusty hunters seek valuable old bottles of whiskey and other spirits. This one found the collection of a lifetime.

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