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Open Architecture’s perfectly considered projects either disappear into the landscape or become new landmarks
The latest addition to Japan’s Benesse Art Site, Tadao Ando’s Valley Gallery is a geometric gem that makes the most of its remote setting
Yinka Shonibare’s new artists’ residency space, in a remote part of Nigeria, offers a lush landscape for cultural and creative discovery
Danish artist Jeppe Hein's installation for champagne house Ruinart invites visitors to embrace the moment through words and drawings
The latest artist to take over the vaulted depths of Copenhagen’s subterranean Cisternerne, Chiharu Shiota has woven together a poetic landscape of white yarn to create a ‘labyrinth within a labyrinth’ that is both serene and unsettling
VIEW FROM THE TOP
Reggaeton superstar J Balvin’s villa, by architects 5 Sólidos, is a minimalist frame for Medellin’s mountainous vistas
Dries Van Noten’s love of dramatic contrasts and unusual combinations shines through in his perfectly packaged new beauty range
LESS IS MORGUE
Elmgreen & Dragset’s new show at Milan’s Fondazione Prada is an uncanny exploration of our dematerialising bodies and increasingly discomforting homes
True to form
Entering her tenth decade, Bodil Kjær continues her lifelong exploration of the interplay between design and architecture
Dior’s global flagship in Paris reopens its doors with a new look, a museum, a restaurant and an apartment for overnight stays
News FROM THE WORLD OF MEDICINE
Exposure to loud noise, such as an earsplitting concert, is a common cause of hearing loss. But now we may have a way to prevent it.
GOOGLE GETS MORE MULTILINGUAL, BUT WILL IT GET THE NUANCE?
About 10 million people speak Quechua, but trying to automatically translate emails and text messages into the most widely spoken Indigenous language family in the Americas was long all but impossible.
А Taste Of the Rainbow
It's no longer black, blue or green. In recent years, the watch industry has undoubtedly developed a taste for colorful executions. A look at some of the most recent releases.
STUDY IN TEXTURE
A seaside family home in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, gets a fresh living room design with the help of a New York designer.
ROUNDING LIFE'S SECOND CURVE A HARD ROAD OF SELF DISCOVERY
It took Jack Craven 20 years to grasp that running his family’s wholesale business selling goods to discount stores wasn’t how he wanted to spend the second half of his life. He also figured out his ever-mounting unhappiness had taken a toll on his relationships with loved ones.
The Golden Child
Convenient and tasty, turmeric gummies are the hottest new supplement promising to fight inflammation and improve your health—but do they really deliver?
Meet Your Hands
Get a grip on how your hands work-and how to keep them healthy so they can write, play, text, and touch for life.
Your Skin Looks Good in Here
And no, it’s not just the lighting. The best beauty products may be born in beautiful rooms.
Author Don Winslow Says Your Weed Habit Finances Killers
The blockbuster writer on bad guys (there are plenty in ‘The Cartel,’ his latest inspired-by true-life novel) and good sex scenes
Another Battle Brews in Europe
As the war in Ukraine rages, a second conflict is heating up between Russian ally Armenia and neighboring Azerbaijan