Hundreds were injured as riot police officers, some firing rubber bullets, dispersed voters, Catalan officials said. Dozens of police officers were also hurt.
In the bathroom, a room the British call the water closet for good reason, eliminating water isn’t viable. Cutting off food, though, is.
Scholten & Baijings are shaking up the world of Dutch design with candy colors and, even more shocking, a belief in mass production.
In one of England’s greatest flower gardens, an Italian formalist learns to appreciate the subtleties of seasons.
The most exciting Nordic products available stateside aren’t sold at Ikea.
The midcentury Modernist furniture company, whose entire collection is available only at its Texas showroom, brings its designs to a gallery in the Windy City.
Perhaps lazy summer days simply conjure understatement, but suddenly fancy kitchens and the hyper-styled meals they produce feel overcooked.
The photographer Nicholas Maggio lives in sunny California but prefers a noir look out of the 1930s.
Put aside the formality for the park and the beach, but use these tips to make an outdoor glass as enjoyable as possible.
The designer Brad Sherman’s specialty is creating cozy, functional offices for start-ups, using a little budget and a lot of resourcefulness.
The graphic designers Justus Oehler and Uta Tjaden live in a 1928 Bauhaus-style villa in Berlin.
Old technology, like outdated computers and video game consoles, doesn’t just fade away. For some, it is reborn as home décor and art.
The writer and horticulturist Umberto Pasti believes that to make a garden, you must abandon yourself not only to your surroundings, but to your deepest desires.
At tonight’s ceremony, Matthew Maddy — who takes T on a tour of his Clinton Hill duplex — will find out whether he’s won for Outstanding Restaurant Design.
The finding in a new study will not change medical practice immediately, but it may lead to improved treatments, researchers said.
The French house has created a line for both men and women that marks the passing of time in the most spare and elegant way.
From a series for T in which the artist Leanne Shapton makes new artworks from pictures in old books.
In a season of underdone hair, a little adornment can make all the difference.
The latest incarnations of one of the oldest designs in the world continue to marry usefulness with beauty of form.
Bombarded by imagery all day at work, the renowned advertising provocateur comes home to, well, very little.
The artist, who illustrated visuals for Spike Jonze’s “Her” and has created everything from Nike sneakers to a stop-motion music video filled with toast, shares 30 drawings in a new zine.
A quietly quirky restaurant opens off of the beach’s most boisterous strip.
This year, the British furniture and lighting designer Lee Broom will return to the Milan Furniture Fair with a unique take on the department store.
The photographer Peter Hujar’s work stars in the men’s wear designer’s latest ads.
Long derided as tacky and vulgar, the design of the ’70s is now a source of great inspiration.
These North, East, Gulf and West drink holders discourage guests from swapping springtime germs — and look great doing it.
“Écriture,” at the concept boutique Merci, highlights iconic stationery and desktop accouterments.
For the first time, his personal photographs, notes and unrealized designs have been brought together, by London’s Garden Museum.
The clean, geometric look has been popping up everywhere, giving interiors an updated ’80s feel.