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Built in 2004, the Lucky Drops House by Atelier Tekuto remains one of the most striking examples of the Japanese approach to building on extremely narrow plots of land.
There are people who can travel light, and there are people who have to take everything they own with them when they travel.
Right in the middle of Rome, just around the corner from St. Peter's Square, sits an unexpected surprise.
Adhesive bandages can be found in just about every home's medicine cabinet, but how often do we have just the right type or size?
We've always been a little fascinated by those toys that blow a constant stream of bubbles for the amusement of kids and pets.
The gorgeous rolling hills of rural West Marin, California are home to an expansive family ranch. On this land, Turnbull Griffin Haesloop Architects created the West Marin Ranch house, a sprawling home with space for plenty of company.
The stark contrast between the materials used in the Katedra desk from designers Desnahemisfera makes for a visually striking and functional modern desk.
The Northwest Harbor House in Sag Harbor, New York is built on a flood plain just six feet above sea level.
Desperate for a sense of tranquility in a hectic environment, some office workers will cover their desks in scented candles or purchase a small decorative water fountain to bring the ambiance of a spa to the workplace.
Mimicking the shapes of the surrounding hills, floors sloping up to strategically located windows let light into a basement room and two other levels of this Japanese home while directing views upward beyond the neighboring structures.
The Fiction Bookstand from designer Sebastian Bergne is designed to both hold your fiction (and non-fiction) and appear to cause a fictional effect.
The unusual and completely inviting Giant Birdsnest Bed from OGE CreativeGroup has been an internet sensation for quite some time now.
Of the innumerable ways to create a functional focal point in your home, a sculptural staircase might be the most visually stunning.
HouseAA by Moca Architects in Nara City, Kansai, Japan looks like something you would find in a cartoon.
Witnessing her fellow students awkwardly try to drink water from a regular faucet prompted ECAL student Alice Spieser to re-think the standard water fountain design as her graduation project.
Once considered undesirable, the uppermost levels of Paris' beautiful Haussmann buildings were divided into tiny rooms for maids, where aesthetics were sacrificed for efficiency.
A small apartment in Madrid that offered very little space for multiple functions is transformed with the addition of a series of sliding chipboard units containing the kitchen, bedroom and storage.
Nature can provide some of the best design inspiration for household objects. A group of students from Politecnico Di Milano used trees and natural materials as their inspiration for the Milano lamp.
Japanese retailer Muji is offering full-size prefabricated homes which address the unique challenges of living in a crowded urban area.
Sometimes a tiny design tweak is all that's needed to turn a familiar design on its head. The Stay-brella from Nendo is a plain umbrella with just a little difference: its handle is gently bent at the end to form a little foot.