From Senegalese baskets to wooden essentials handcrafted in London to sophisticated sipping rums, a collection of objects and experiences to savor this summer.
WSJ. Magazine - Art & Design
The conceptual artist on donating work to fight the coronavirus, his recent, sold-out online show and the food he’s missing right now.
From Spotify’s Daniel Ek to young royals, many prominent Swedes have chosen Andreas Martin-Löf to design their interiors. The architect’s own apartment, in a restored 1936 building, shows his talent for bridging historic and contemporary design.
Cullors is part of the collaborative project “In Plain Sight,” which recruited sky-typing air fleets to write messages against mass detention and incarceration, which began the weekend of July 4: “What I feel really moved by is this idea that you can look up and see a message that’s affirmative.”
Clunky, view-obstructing window AC units are a thing of the past. The new wave of companies offering well-designed, quiet—dare we say—cool replacements.
From a series of sleek tinted lip oils to a glow-in-the-dark Panerai watch, everything new that’s caught the eye of WSJ. Magazine editors this month.
A fall getaway spent watercoloring armfuls of wild plants in France turned into wallpaper—a first for lighting designer Lindsey Adelman.
See Robert Polidori’s photographs of Pompeii and Oplontis, part of a lifelong project to explore memories beneath the surfaces.
In a 1929 house near a bohemian arts colony, photographer Martyn Thompson has fashioned a moody refuge showcasing his eclectic, homemade style.
For urban skyscrapers and the blue-chip architects who design them, the pandemic “is going to skew perceptions of the value of space”—and maybe that’s not such a bad thing
Or your drapes. Or pillows. In a video-chat world, seven interior experts on DIY projects and accessorizing hacks that make the biggest backdrop difference
Her work might look fun, even funny from afar, but up close, it takes a darker turn. Sculptor Genesis Belanger’s latest work, created mostly in coronavirus isolation, responds to unsettling times
And aren’t sold out—so far
You’re weeks into working from the couch—and have the numb bum and lower back throb to prove it. Bite the bullet and get an (actually stylish) desk chair
Our design- and fashion-minded editors on the most compelling happenings, items and events of the month.
The soaring double-height windows of Agnona creative director Simon Holloway’s former Victorian schoolhouse have frames painted in chalkboard black
“A long time ago, I had a show at the Whitney. Was I excited about that? Yeah, I was. Does it matter now? No.”
Heed the advice of Nick D’Urbano and Cece de la Montagne, husband and wife founders of paper company Maurèle—who estimate they’ve filled 10 or 12 shoeboxes with love letters.
Luke Edward Hall, Liselotte Watkins and Nigel Peake have made a career of fusing artistic backgrounds with fashionable clients
A block from the hotel Bristol, design dealer Alexandre Biaggi’s Paris apartment was put together one piece at a time, using layers of objects and textures to create shifting moods.