A 1949 Philip Johnson house in upstate New York grapples with the architect's legacy and looks to the future.
Photographs of the 1860's adobe-brick Tucson home of Salima Boufelfel and Roberto Cowan, owners of the influential Tucson and NYC vintage clothing boutique Desert Vintage.
Perched on an ancient tree covered sand dune rising out of shallow Peconic Bay, the compound is a collection of three simple black barn structures that take their cue from agricultural buildings typical of the area.
Profile on the carpenter Mark Ellison with visits to his Newburgh, NY workshop and two of his contrasting yet equally elaborate Manhattan projects by architects Angela Dirks and David Hotson.
Photographs of the 1835, New Orleans' home of hotelier Jayson Seidman.
A portfolio and accompanying text taken from my larger personal project "My Mid-Century Survey, 1967" looking at buildings built the year of my birth.
Portrait of Barry Diller and a pre-opening look at his Little Island in NY's Hudson River. Designed by architect Thomas Heatherwick and landscape architect Signe Nielsen.
Store photography, various.