A Modern Past
Residents of a 1969 Baltimore townhouse enclave designed by architect Hugh Newell Jacobsen, celebrate its smart, practical design.
The Strongest Link
An exhibit of objects made of industrial woven metal mesh demonstrates the versatility and sexiness of a material once reserved for factory conveyor belts.
From the Ashes
After a devastating fire, the DC Public Library in Georgetown writes a new chapter.
Turning National Park Seminary, a Victorian-era girls’ boarding school that time forgot, into a delightful housing complex complete with windmill, pagoda, and other follies.
Nestor Santa-Cruz updates the home of DC power couple Hilary Rosen and Elizabeth Birch.
Awakenings: Portraits of Faith (cover)
How does one’s faith foster a conservation ethic?
“God Sitings: Searching for Faith” (cover)
“20 Biggest Net Scams and How to Avoid Them” (cover)