In-person gatherings may be cancelled for the foreseeable future, but that doesn’t mean the dinner party is dead—it’s just evolving.
When an architect combines efficiency and luxury, rusticism and elegance, boathouse and guesthouse in a single dwelling, it takes some creativity.
Luis Barragán described his work as “emotional architecture.” His use of vivid colours is to modernist design what Frida Kahlo was to visual art: a contribution to an artistic and intellectual movement that does not eschew vibrancy nor humanism.
With my life on hold, and little income coming in, I was forced to rethink everything. I had to abandon the frantic pace of modern life, overwork and consumerism, and seek out a different way of living.
The organization has turned to the creativity of Canadian artists to help produce personal protective equipment for those working in essential services.
Offering immediate benefits such as stress reduction and mood enhancement, meditation—which can be done in minutes from virtually anywhere—can be a particularly valuable part of our days during these strange, challenging times.
One of the noteworthy wineries in Italy’s northeastern Friuli region, by the border with Slovenia, is Vie di Romans. It’s best known for its fine white wines made both from international varieties and the local friulano grape.
I would encourage everyone sheltering in place to revisit a novel from their childhood or reread an old feel-good book. If you are short on ideas, here are a few recommendations for books that make you feel good.
Let music be your escape with these new album releases, chosen by our editors.