Tim Nelson, Architectural Digest

Tim Nelson

Architectural Digest

New York, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Tim:

Paris’s Eiffel Tower Reopens but With Major Restrictions

After 104 days—the longest peacetime closure in its history—masked visitors can once again climb up (most of) the architectural icon → Read More

Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre Could Permanently Close Without Government Help

Due to the financial crisis caused by COVID-19 and a technicality in British laws, the 1997 replica has resorted to pleas for donations to carry on → Read More

Coronavirus Is Crushing the Global Flower Market

From New York to the Netherlands and far beyond, the flower trade is in a state of crisis → Read More

There’s Some Good News for Home-Furnishing Retail After All

While the sector is struggling, data points to an uptick in online activity → Read More

Neiman Marcus Is Expected to File for Bankruptcy

COVID-19 may spell the end of the storied department store Neiman Marcus → Read More

How COVID-19 Is Affecting Rent in New York and Elsewhere

COVID-19 has greatly impacted how and when people pay rent in New York and across the country → Read More

Hong Kong Closes Public Museums Again as Coronavirus Cases Spike

After initial containment, the region reintroduces social-distancing policies that will close government-run museums → Read More

IKEA Takes Inspiration From Pizza Hut With a New Table

And in turn, Pizza Hut puts IKEA’s signature food court item on pizza → Read More

Egypt Just Finished Restoring Its Oldest Pyramid

After a 14-year renovation totaling $6.6 million, the 4,700-year-old Pyramid of Djoser is ready to welcome visitors again → Read More

Some Museums in China and South Korea Have Begun to Reopen

But in light of the coronavirus's continued threat, extra precautions have been put in place → Read More

The Results of ASID’s State of the Industry Report Are In

The annual report from the ASID offers a generally optimistic outlook for the interior design industry → Read More

The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture at Taliesin Says It Could Stay Open After All

Outside funding could secure the School of Architecture at Taliesin’s long-term future, but it must reach a new agreement → Read More

Venice Architecture Biennale Postponed Until August Due to Coronavirus

The increasing spread of the virus in Italy would present too many challenges for the Venice Architecture Biennale's May 23 opening date → Read More

High Point Market to Go On as Scheduled Despite Coronavirus Outbreak

Salone del Mobile may have been postponed, but North Carolina’s massive furniture trade show will still take place this April → Read More

Helmut Jahn’s Thompson Center Might Get Sold—Unless Its Own Architect Can Save It

The architect has a proposal for how to save the endangered Chicago structure → Read More

Salone del Mobile Postponed Due to Coronavirus Outbreak

Organizers just decided to postpone the April edition of Salone del Mobile, the Milan furniture fair → Read More

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Famed School of Architecture at Taliesin to Close After 88 Years

The graduate program founded by the iconic architect will cease operations in June → Read More

A $134 Million Building in Zurich Has Sold Via Blockchain

The deal could pave the way for more such transactions → Read More

Mario Buatta’s Long-Abandoned Connecticut Home Is On the Market

The late decorator famously didn’t renovate the historic property in Thompson → Read More

New York City Passes the Country's Most Bird-Friendly Building Legislation

Collisions with buildings account for up to one billion bird deaths in the U.S. each year → Read More