Seven Southern Hotels for Midcentury Design Lovers

Eat your heart out, Don Draper

Home & Garden

How Sarasota, Florida, Became the South’s Hotspot for Mid-Century Design

A protected little enclave of modern Southern style

Home & Garden

Step Inside a Lush Bahamian Hideaway

Two Miami architects bring their dreams to life with a sublime bungalow on Eleuthera


Saving Frank Lloyd Wright’s Florida Gem

A nonprofit fights to save the only private Wright–designed home in the Sunshine State

Home & Garden

A Chat with Architect Bobby McAlpine

The Alabama-born tastemaker shares insights on soulful Southern homes in his new book, Poetry of Place


A Return to Form in Birmingham

A thoughtful renovation brings a family back to Alabama

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Return to Form

Step inside a beautiful Birmingham home

Arts & Culture

The Architecture of SCAD Comes to Life in a New Book

Go inside the Georgia art and design university’s forty most famous structures around the world

Home & Garden

In Praise of Southern Architecture

The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art is focusing their annual journal, Classicist, entirely on the South this year

Arts & Culture

Willkommen, Y’all: A History of Germans in Texas

A new book considers the tastes and artistic influence of the early settlers whose homes, churches, and graveyards still dot the state’s landscape today

Home & Garden

Frank Lloyd Wright in the South

One of Wright’s most famous Southern designs, the Rosenbaum house in Florence, Alabama, turns 75 this year


A Bayou Party Barn

A Louisiana family wanted an entertaining space but needed a stable. So they built both in one and wound up with the ultimate party spot

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Inside the Bayou Party Barn

Part stable, part entertaining space, this versatile structure has become a family’s weekend retreat


Homeward Bound

After years of visiting the same spot in rural Georgia, a family builds a dream farm among the oaks

Southern Masters

The Poet of Place

How a soulful architect is changing the Southern landscape—one house at a time


Horse Sense

An Atlanta architect sets a new standard for equestrian centers