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  • Reader Mail: '60s decor, grandkids, mice and more

     
    Y'all aren't shy, that's for sure. Readers have been sounding off on home and garden articles, weighing in on parenting and grandparenting strategies, remodeling techniques, even the best places to buy agaves. We published Al Martinez's first-person...
  • Set Pieces: Eye-popping Deco and Pop interiors of Almodovar's 'Broken Embraces' now on DVD

     
    Pedro Almodovar's "Broken Embraces," which made its DVD debut on Tuesday, weaves a complex tale of love, betrayal and regret. For design fans, it's simply another example of the Spanish director's brilliant eye for interiors.Penelope Cruz, above right,...
  • Home Tour: Lara Spencer trades traditional Greenwich for California modern

     
    Lara Spencer (pictured left) and David Haffenreffer traded more than time zones last year when they moved from Greenwich, Conn., to Beverly Hills. They crossed architectural decades. Spencer, host of “The Insider” celebrity news show on CBS, and...
  • Lara Spencer trades vintage country for Hollywood modern

    Lara Spencer trades vintage country  for Hollywood modern
    Lara Spencer and David Haffenreffer traded more than time zones last year when they moved from Greenwich, Conn., to Beverly Hills. They crossed architectural decades. Spencer, host of "The Insider" celebrity news show on CBS, and her husband, a former CNN...
  • Architecture review: The new U.S. Embassy in London

     
    : The architecture of American embassies has been stuck lately in a predictable tug-of-war between a desire to express openness and an obsession, in an age of terrorism, with security. The design for the new U.S. Embassy in London, released......
  • Julius Shulman dies at 98; celebrated photographer of modernist architecture

    Julius Shulman dies at 98; celebrated photographer of modernist architecture
    Julius Shulman, whose luminous photographs of homes and buildings brought fame to a number of mid-20th century modernist architects and made him a household name in the architectural world, has died. He was 98. Shulman, who had been in declining health,...
  • Sam Maloof dies at 93; designer and builder of simple, beautiful furniture

    Sam Maloof dies at 93; designer and builder of simple, beautiful furniture
    Sam Maloof, a designer and woodworker whose furniture was initially prized for its simplicity and practicality by Southern Californian homeowners in the 1950s and later valued for its beauty and timelessness by collectors, museum curators and U.S....
  • Party in grand style, on a budget

    As a self-described "nice Jewish girl," Ruth Handel gets a little verdutzt when it comes to home entertaining: "I'm always asking myself, is there enough food? Is there enough to drink? Does the house look good enough?" Enough already. These days...
  • Jorn Utzon dies at 90; Danish architect of Sydney Opera House

    Jorn Utzon dies at 90; Danish architect of Sydney Opera House
    Jorn Utzon, the Danish architect whose eye-catching, nautically inspired design for the Sydney Opera House overcame a series of controversies surrounding its budget and acoustics to become one of the most recognizable landmarks of the 20th century,...
  • Homeowners dig down for more space

    Homeowners dig down for more space
    COME ON DOWN, Stefan Lemperle says. Here, 13 feet under the ground, there's sunlight and fresh air, an open-to-the-sky patio with a rock-lined pond, a high-ceilinged lounge and a media room large enough to host dozens of friends. Lemperle's new glass...
  • Architecture critic finds no regrets

    Architecture critic finds no regrets
    Everyone has had the experience of disagreeing with a critic, but do critics ever second-guess themselves? We asked Calendar's critics whether there are any reviews they regret. One in a series of occasional articles. Regret -- nostalgia turned upside...