With just a few stops left on a yearlong trip, the 52 Places Traveler reveled in the sunny days in Perth and the Northern Rivers region, but there were ominous signs as well.
Some architectural practices are elevating the humble extension, building well-crafted and artistic additions on the backs, sides and tops of homes.
The African-American novelist journeys to Ghana, once a hub of the trans-Atlantic slave trade, as the nation invites descendants of enslaved Africans to call it their “home.” But can you go home again?
Three designers, two journalists and an interiors photographer gathered at The New York Times to make a list of history’s most enduring and significant spaces. Here are the results.
In this week’s Tripped Up column, Sarah Firshein investigates the rights that airplane passengers with allergies have when flying. (Not as many as they should.)
The landscape architect Arnaud Casaus is creating green spaces wilder and warmer than those found at street level.
On a meditation retreat, the goal was to be mindful of each step, each bite, each breath, to gain insight without distraction. Think of it as a spa for the mind.
The Times’s art critics select 26 of their favorite art books and books related to art of the year.
The ceramist Gregg Moore is helping to ensure that absolutely nothing goes to waste at the New York restaurant Blue Hill at Stone Barns.
What to visit, wear and covet this week, from the editors of T Magazine.