A penthouse resembling a giant puzzle box, with compartments filled with a tiny kitchen, a bathroom, and more
An artist uses a beach, pewter, and the raw material of coffee cups to make everything from stools to library shelves
Stylish mirrors, planters, the Stockholm lamp, and a customizable snowflake textile that you can use for almost anything
Gary Chang uses sliding walls, a tiny apartment, and creativity to force us to rethink what a home can look like
A video from Ants: Nature's Secret Power shows off the complicated, seemingly human abilities of non-human builders
Somehow, several pieces of cheap furniture look more expensive than one—and other tips
Amazon.com: much more than just books, music, and electronics. A look at inexpensive design solutions.
The best food gifts are always homemade. But like this classic pairing of prunes and Armagnac, they needn't be much work.
Take a hint from Delta Blues legend Robert Johnson and try making this dense, chocolaty dessert with a bit of malt powder
Try chocolaty pudding with an undercurrent of malted milk can be riffed on to create endless variations with Cognac, paprika, bacon fat, or whatever else your chocoholic heart desires
A slow braise of vegetables with water and butter is the key to making dense, smooth Root Vegetable Crema
Rustic tarts made with summer's last peaches, fall's first apples, and virtually any other fruit are almost too easy
The pleasures of air-dried ham and figs, peaches, or melon—plus how to select, buy, and store top-quality prosciutto
It's the little things that count in this recipe, in which a few slivers of fresh basil offer a pleasant hit of flavor
Additive-free peanut butter and Valrhona chocolate make these candies all dressed up, with no place to go but your mouth
Beautiful cooking vessels transform whatever you prepare, and especially when they're made from reactive copper
Buttery fava beans need to be shucked and peeled, so invite your friends for cocktails and prep. They'll thank you.
The author once at an entire restaurant meal of fava beans—and this recipe will show you why she's addicted to their nutty, "green" flavor
A good way to drive yourself crazy? Try to subsist on produce from your Brooklyn backyard. On the plus side, you can write a book about it, like Manny Howard.
Green garbanzo beans are available for just a few weeks, so liberate them from hummus and eat them like edamame