Architect Steven Harris and designer Lucien Rees Roberts give Claire Weiss just what she was looking for–a pied-a-terre done gloriously well
With no consensus, international delegates postponed for three years a decision on whether to eliminate leap seconds, which help keep the world’s atomic clocks synchronized with Earth’s rotation.
In his new book, the noted historian explores the rapid transformation of the built environment over the past century
Seven hundred delegates from about 70 nations attending United Nations telecommunications agency meeting will decide whether to abolish the leap second, which is added on once every few years to synchronize atomic clocks; United States wants to scrap the leap second, but others defend it, saying in past 40 years of adding them there have been no problems with electronic systems.
An entrepreneur with a yen for simplicity and order calls on designer James Magni to turn a Los Angeles home into an ultramodern haven
Island getaways in the Philippines, the Maldives, and Cambodia are proof that sustainability can be seriously chic
(Slide show) This island getaway in the Philippines proves that sustainability can be seriously chic
(Slide show) Low-impact design meets five-star luxury at this island getaway in Cambodia
(Slide show) This island getaway in the Maldives reveals just how well style and sustainability go hand in hand