Architectural Digest

Architectural Digest is the international authority on design. Touring romantic estates and art-filled refuges, the magazine mixes striking photography with the world’s most spectacular surroundings.

A resource for designers and tastemakers – as well as a point of inspiration for stylish overhauls – Architectural Digest stretches from timeless architecture to the team’s latest discoveries. A new issue might explore an Irish castle, uncover a Saint-Tropez paradise, or interview the leading lights in modern architecture. Fashion insiders, artists, and A-list celebrities open their doors to the magazine, allowing Architectural Digest readers a rare glimpse of their private worlds.

In Every Issue of Architectural Digest:
Alongside daring architecture and beautiful homes, Architectural Digest magazine covers:
Travels. From the allure of Cuba to Tokyo’s urban thrills: Where to go, where to stay, and what to do when you get there.
Shopping. Architectural Digest’s most-wanted home accents, from simple pleasures to ultimate luxuries.
Art. The brightest names on the art scene talk Architectural Digest through their work.
Estates. Architectural Digest editors select extraordinary homes – the kind worth dreaming about – for sale around the world.

From the Architectural Digest Archives:
Texture subscribers can access all Architectural Digest back issues dating back to September 2012, and can catch up on articles such as:

Maine Attraction. Architectural Digest visits Martha Stewart. The lifestyle icon lovingly presides over Skylands, a romantic Mount Desert Island estate built in the 1920s for Eleanor and Edsel Ford. (July 2015)
At Home with John Legend and Chrissy Teigen. R&B star John Legend and his wife, cover girl Chrissy Teigen, find a rhythm all their own at an intimate Manhattan apartment designed by Don Stewart. (February 2015)
Texas Triumph. Architectural Digest enjoys an exclusive tour of Laura and George W. Bush’s 1,600-acre Crawford retreat, once known as the Western White House. (August 2014)
La Dolce Vita. After inheriting Villa Cetinale, a 17th-century Tuscan estate with spectacular gardens, English musician Ned Lambton set about restoring the Baroque masterpiece as a luxuriously laid-back retreat for family and friends. (May 2014)
In His Element. Legendary designer Ralph Lauren reveals the inspiration for his stylish empire, and celebrates the 30th anniversary of his home collection with Architectural Digest. (September 2013)

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