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Architectural Digest is the definitive design magazine, traveling the world to report on the best in design to an audience of 5 million readers.
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Architectural Digest 1h
If you love minimalism, you need to see this renovation.
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Architectural Digest 4h
Gulla Jonsdottir has crafted a space at The Line Lofts that's fit for artists, content creators, and influencers alike.
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Architectural Digest 5h
The former baseball star bought the home from none other than Meryl Streep back in 2014.
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Architectural Digest 7h
8 Insta-worthy Thanksgiving centerpieces that are easy to pull off:
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Architectural Digest 7h
Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban sell their Tennessee getaway for $2.7 million:
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Architectural Digest 8h
Atlanta designers deck the halls at the city's home for the Holidays Showhouse:
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Architectural Digest 8h
Why designers love graduate art shows:
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Architectural Digest 9h
Late novelist Tom Clancy’s massive Maryland estate hits the market for $6.2 million:
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Architectural Digest 10h
Why faux greenery is the way to go:
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Architectural Digest 11h
Jesse Bradford is looking to sell his Hollywood Hills midcentury modern home for nearly $3 million:
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Architectural Digest 12h
Public restrooms in Japan are cooler than most homes:
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Architectural Digest 13h
Minimalism is hard, but this Los Angeles house makes it look easy:
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Architectural Digest 14h
Momofuku's David Chang once used to store paper in his fridge:
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Architectural Digest 15h
9 of Italy’s *most beautiful* lake hotels:
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Architectural Digest 16h
16 of the world's most stunning public staircases:
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Architectural Digest Nov 19
A Hollywood penthouse designed with Instagram in mind:
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Architectural Digest Nov 19
Why architecture education needs to embrace evidence-based design, now:
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Architectural Digest Nov 19
From rugs and wallpaper to furniture and lighting, these are the best new products on the market now:
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Architectural Digest Nov 19
From San Francisco to Buenos Aires, these are 23 of the most stunning streets in the world:
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Architectural Digest Nov 19
If you love minimalism, you need to see this renovation.
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