Author: Alyssa Bird

For a fearless client, architect Ted Porter embraces the adage, "A place for everything and everything in its place."

Millennials priced out of New york City have been heading there in droves, and developers have responded.

The mandate for the project: a subtle palette with strong silhouettes and very few curves.

The 13,000-square-foot residence overlloking the Mediterranean comprises a series of playful sphere-shaped rooms.

It's bright and sunny with views of Central Park.

It's currently owned by fashion designer Reed Krakoff and his wife, decorator Delphine.

The two units occupy the entire 19th floor of 100 Eleventh Avenue.

On my 65th birthday, in 2013, we launched the Perfect Earth Project, a nonprofit that promotes toxin-free land management.

What happens when 21 top design firms converge on the East End for a common cause—and a little fun, too? The third annual Holiday House Hamptons, a showhouse presented by HC&G that benefits the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

Kelli Delaney, founder of the lifestyle website, curated a unique experience for visitors.

Inspired by classic American farmhouse vernacular, the brand-new estate features two six-bedroom residences.

Competitive property values, glorious sound and bay views, and excellent dining and nightlife are making the North Fork a hot ticket.

"When I was 26, I bought a client's 1950s fishing cottage on the water in Flanders. At the time, there were a ton of farms, beaches that you didn't need a pass for, and no traffic bound for East Hampton."