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Cars with Seoul

Korea’s Hyundai Motor Group has spent decades becoming the world’s third-largest car-maker. Suddenly, they seem poised to take first place

A Feast for the Senses

At home in the Cotswolds with Nicky Haslam

Paris When It Shimmers

At home on the Left Bank with the Polish heiress behind the Sisley beauty empire

Mariuka Corsini

The 27-year-old has become a Gen Z favorite with her 90s-inspired designs made of vintage garments

Graham Veysey

The design entrepreneur reimagining Cleveland with sleek apartment buildings, canned wine, and the best deli in America

Auto Fiction

Though Elon Musk and his Tesla groupies might claim otherwise, real self-driving cars are still a ways away

Twenty-One Glimpses of London from Above

Jason Hawkes’s aerial photographs are an homage to his favorite city

Revolutionary Roadsters

John G. Zimmerman’s photos of fantastical taillights, wraparound windshields, and spaceship-inspired fins, collected in a new volume, chronicle America’s fascination with cars from the 50s through the 70s

A Look Inside England’s Artists’ Houses

From Sussex to London to Cambridge, a tour through the extraordinary British homes of writers, artists, and architects now open to the public

Keeping Up with Bill Owens

The chronicler of small-town America is out with a new book, corresponding to the 50th-anniversary exhibition of his seminal work, Suburbia

House Proud

Patina Modern, a new book by Chris Mitchell and Pilar Guzmán, demystifies interior design

Bubble Boom

A Swiss car-maker’s take on a midcentury Italian classic has the world of electric cars buzzing

Seeing the World Through Rossi-Colored Glasses

Over the course of the 20th century, the Italian designer and architect Aldo Rossi left his mark on everything from coffeepots to Venice’s La Fenice opera house. His catalogue raisonné pays homage to a postmodern visionary

Musical Chairs

Thierry Barbier-Mueller’s collection of more than 650 chairs, by designers including Ron Arad and André Dubreuil, is celebrated in a dazzling coffee-table book

The Picasso of Automobiles

When it comes to Ferraris, the best time to buy is always now

Better by Design

A new coffee-table book celebrates 50 years of Pentagram, the world’s largest independent design consultancy

David Raffoul and Nicolas Moussallem

Even after an explosion destroyed their Beirut studio, the young design duo is building bespoke furniture that’s captured the art world’s attention

Built from the Ground Up

At 87, the architect Norman Foster has survived cancer and a heart attack. Now he is being honored with a new retrospective and is planning homes in outer space

Jean-Paul Vaugoin

The sixth-generation heir to Vienna’s last remaining silver manufacturer is innovating and sticking to tradition in equal measure

The Power of Compromise

In a world where internal-combustion engines are becoming untenable, and battery electric vehicles are not yet entirely practical, makers such as Toyota, Volvo, and BMW are embracing a hybrid approach

By the Board

Melbourne-based filmmaker and artist Daniel Agdag’s medium of choice is cardboard, and his sculptures are sure to shock and delight

Young Inside

Vishaan Chakrabarti’s reimagining of the old Domino Sugar refinery in Brooklyn is the building New York didn’t know it needed

The Ultimate Baby Driver

The Little Car Company makes scaled-down replicas of Ferraris and Bentleys that retail for six figures. But their target audience is larger than you’d think

Helen Rice

The creative consultant and owner of Charleston’s most stylish housewares shop discusses remaking her favorite city in her own image