December 6, 2011

Editor’s Page

Find out what's new at Architectural Digest from Editor in Chief Margaret Russell.
December 6, 2011

Thierry Despont’s Cabinet of Curiosities Show

The architect and designer marries contemporary art from Marlborough Gallery and antique furnishings from the Paris dealership Steinitz in a captivating New York exhibition
December 5, 2011

Big, Bold, and Buzz-Worthy Buildings in 2012

AD spotlights a dozen showstopping architectural projects around the world that people will be talking about this year, and beyond
December 5, 2011

Mario Buatta Creates a Regal Residence for Aileen Mehle

The glamorous society columnist, known as Suzy, opens the door to her New York City apartment, a former ballroom revamped by her longtime friend and favorite decorator
December 5, 2011

Peter Marino’s Edgy Style

Behind the architect's Mad Max exterior lies a connoisseur whose sensational interiors for a fleet of high-flying clients have made him the undisputed monarch of the design world
December 5, 2011

Mario Buatta’s Romantic Bedrooms

The distinguished New York designer conceives dazzling, luxurious bedrooms. Here, he talks to AD about his approach to the most important room in the house, and we present a collection of his extraordinary creations
December 5, 2011

JF Chen Spotlights Eames

A new book and exhibition by Los Angeles dealer Joel Chen survey the iconic modern designs of Charles and Ray Eames
December 5, 2011

Worlds Smallest Nanotech Grandfather Clock

An absolutely amazing article recently in CNN’s Technology Section profiled the world’s smallest working car that is made of single molecules, and responds with movements, such […]
December 4, 2011

The Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Watch Turns 80

The Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso watch hasn’t changed much in 80 years, but its anniversary marketing has.
December 1, 2011

Fireplaces with Flair

(Slide show) The moment it's lit, a fireplace becomes the glowing centerpiece of any room. Our collection of stylish hearths offers inspiration for warming up your own home this winter