(Slide show) Whether thick or thin, horizontal or vertical, stripes are a timeless classic. As our portfolio from the AD archives illustrates, they can also be quite versatile
The façade of the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, D.C. will display the artist's moving imagery
The cutting-edge British designer talks about thinking small while building big, re-creating the London bus, and why every project should feel like a new invention
The figurative master readies new artworks of wry exuberance in the New York City space that has served as both home and studio since 1968
The Michael S. Smith-designed Beverly Hills office provides a calm backdrop for a man known as a supreme multitasker
AD spotlights the 2012 nominees for Best Art Direction and talks to the designers behind the five visually stunning films
The competition for these antique pieces is a reflection of the rising purchasing power of Turkish buyers.
Van Cleef & Arpels revives a men's model first designed in 1949 and commercialized in the 1970s.
The need to reinvent watchmaking for the digital age has brought esoteric arts like miniature painting and micro-mosaic work back from the brink of extinction, placing them on equal footing with mechanical innovations.
There is a growing convergence between jewelry and watchmaking, a phenomenon that is elevating the previously unsung work of the stone-setter to new heights.