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Exclusive: Selma Church That Helped Spark the 1965 Voting Rights Act Is Endangered

Alabama’s Brown Chapel AME Church, which hosted the Selma to Montgomery marchers in 1965, is quickly falling into ruin

Tour a Thoughtfully Restored Round House That’s an Architectural Gem

Designed by architect Paul Childs, the D.C.–area home was featured in the April 1978 issue of AD

Exclusive Tour of Olson Kundig’s Sleek New York City Studio

The AD100 firm’s brand-new Manhattan office represents a commitment to big cities in the wake of COVID-induced departures from locations such as New York City

A 20,000-Piece Collection Heading to Auction Tells the Story of Black History in America

Over a lifetime, Elizabeth Meaders compiled what some historians call the world’s most comprehensive assemblage of items relating to the African American experience

Sotheby’s Is Planning to Auction the Collection of Legendary Designer François Catroux

The furnishings come from the French Riviera residence he shared with his wife, Betty—an Yves Saint Laurent muse

Design Renderings Should Reflect a Diverse Population—and This New App Can Help

Using census data, the People Party! app generates representative populations for architectural renderings

It’s Time to Remember Weathervanes—One of America’s Oldest Crafts

57 wild, wacky, and downright cool examples are in the limelight

Discover This Transformed Hudson Valley Victorian

With help from Workstead, a historic mansion in upstate New York steps boldly into the 21st century

What Makes This Rare Cartier Piece a “Mystery Clock”

The Art Deco design—which is going up for auction—is fit to be the crowning detail of one lucky interior

Remote Work Isn’t Going Anywhere. Here’s How You Can Still Succeed

A Harvard Business School professor shares her considerable insights

The Design Community Is Up in Arms About the Demolition of This Art Deco Wonder 

It’s much easier to save a landmarked building, as opposed to a historic interior
Real Estate

Is This What the Office of the Future Will Look Like?

The Rockwell Group and Fisher Brothers have an idea

3 Winter Design Shows That Are Sparking Wonder Right Now

At once collaborative and inventive, the efforts are sure to help dispel at least some seasonal gloom

During Virtual CES 2021, COVID Is the Name of the High-Tech Home Game

Out of designs presented by the 2,000 participating brands, one clear theme emerged

All the Colors of the Year That Companies Are Predicting for 2021

These are the seven announcements you really need to know

Pantone Announces Not One But Two Colors of the Year for 2021

These are the two hues that Pantone believes capture our current moment and more hopeful future

This Design Director Is Bringing Awareness to the Architecture of Deafness

Jeffrey Mansfield of MASS Design Group will use a newly minted fellowship to further his research into Deaf spaces
Show House

See All the Rooms of This Princeton Decorator Show House

All 16 interiors are currently on view

Net-a-Porter Wants to Furnish Your Entire Zoom Frame

Housewares are now part of the online retail juggernaut

This Countess Is Selling the Contents of Her Colefax & Fowler–Designed London Townhouse

The distant relative of Leo Tolstoy has partnered with Christie’s London for the sale