Habitat

    Look up the word ecletic in the dictionary, and it may just have a picture of Wilsonville, a shop off Amagansett’s main drag, as the definition.
    The space, down a gravel path behind 216 Main...

    Having survived a move from one place to another, a history of scandal and rumor, and seizure by the federal government, the Stafford Hedges house in East Hampton has remained intact for more than 230 years.
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LongHouse Award
    The annual LongHouse Reserve Landscape Award will be presented on Sept. 17 to a firm of Washington, D.C., landscape architects whose low-maintenance blend of indigenous and cultivated elements...

    A quiet house on the Montauk bluffs is at once a testament to the architecture of East Hampton and the wildness of the moors.
    Built in 1980 by the renowned photographer Richard Avedon, who died in...

    “Some people think that if you’re a fine artist and you do other things that are commercial art, somehow it degrades your fine art,” said Sydney Albertini. “I find that so untrue.”
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    Marking its third season in an industrial-chic space on Route 27 in Sagaponack, the antiques store Wyeth, which specializes in the sleek, stark offerings of midcentury modern furniture, has undergone a transformation for its...

    Guild Hall will present its annual Garden as Art tour on Saturday. Five gardens in the East Hampton area, each with “a profound aesthetic that celebrates the topography, climate, and light” of the South Fork,...

    The geometric planes of a sleek new house on a bluff overlooking Gardiner’s Bay at Lion’s Head make it at once solemn and serene.
Joseph and Herbert Shalant, who are brothers, were catalysts for the...

    Wisteria in flower evokes the most romantic garden fantasies. Monet planted it famously above a Japanese bridge in his water garden at Giverny, and of course painted it.
    You have to read the fine...