Flower Arranging: Miyoko Yasumoto
In her Parisian atelier, Miyoko Yasumoto makes an unfrivolous case for floristry.
An exclusive excerpt from our book, The Kinfolk Garden.
A breath of fresh air amid the ancient Stone Forest of southwestern China.
Those who can only dream of the great outdoors may as well have some fun while doing it.
The most interesting people, stories and haircuts all have layers. This fall, so does your wardrobe.
On sending spreadsheets viral.
First, Haatepah Clearbear learned about his past. Now the young model is using that knowledge to advocate for Native American futures—and the planet.
On the nature of nature writing.
A garden once dismissed as a stylistic mishmash now conjures nostalgia for an impossible place.
In opposition to passive politics.
The author of sprawling family dramas on her own epic half-century of writing.
Unable to travel during lockdown, architects Salem Charabi & Rasmus Stroyberg decided to recreate a favorite building.
On the aesthetics of inspiration.
From her perch in the tiny Tanzanian nature reserve of Gombe, primatologist Jane Goodall changed how we understand the nature of chimpanzees—and ourse
Short Histories of Nearly Everything
The bestsellers of the last decade look like a college reading list. Debika Ray looks at the rise of the “brainy book.”
At Home With: Nanushka
Meet the bold couple who took their Budapest brand global.
In conversation with a plant stylist.
The Force of Nature
What do we risk losing when “natural” becomes a synonym for “good”? Ana Kinsella investigates.
How to eat insects.
On the primacy of chance.
In Season: Arid Art
On cultural deserts.
Consider the Hot Tub
Cleaning up the history of steamy soaks.
On the alluring pros of cons.
No More Mr. Average
The case for grand delusions.
Should adaptations read between the lines?
Law and domestic order in Carlo Scarpa’s Venice.
An introduction to forensic botany.