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On the Market: September 2011

08.01.11

(Slide Show) Extraordinary homes for sale around the world

The Interiors of Entourage

08.01.11

Production designer Chase Harlan takes AD on a tour of sets and locations from the hit show’s eight seasons

Design Apps on Tap

08.01.11

For many home-improvement projects, there’s no longer a need to lug a notebook and a heavy toolbox from room to room. A handful of digital apps have put significant renovation power right into your pocket. Here are a few of the best

The Most Beautifully Designed Cameras

08.01.11

Put away the smartphone. Using the real thing is still the best way to capture an important moment

Keeping Technology Out of Sight

08.01.11

Designer Jennifer Post shares her tips for concealing wires and electronics

An Updated English Manor

08.01.11

In the hands of designer Robert Couturier, a proper country house by architect Edwin Lutyens gets a smart, sophisticated, and slightly daring update

Who’s Watching the House

08.01.11

Digital tools that help you monitor and control your home when you’re not around

New Delhi’s Latest Luxury Lodgings

08.01.11

(Slide Show) India’s capital has a new elite, art-scene buzz, and a trio of recently opened hotels that are vying for the title of best in town

Editor’s Page

08.01.11

What’s New at Architectural Digest

The Ten College Campuses with the Best Architecture

08.01.11

(Slide Show) Some universities have long shown off their innovative thinking (and healthy endowments) by mixing classic collegiate styles with modernist icons—think Harvard, Yale, or MIT. Some seem only grudgingly to allow contemporary architecture within eyeshot of their traditional quads. Yet others, like the University of Virginia, wouldn’t change a thing. Our tour of campuses with the most significant architectural traditions includes some major players, as well as a few surprises with histories all their own. We present the AD college review
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