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When you take rain boots - or wellintons, depending on where in the world you reside - with you, it has to be a very deliberate choice.
This cascading set of stairs in a Mumbai home is a perfectly executed example of architecture that mirrors nature.
Dutch designer Renate Nederpel's Pop-Up Linen wardrobe is reminiscent of a large piece of functional origami.
The concept of a "balanced meal" gets a whole new meaning with designer Dor Tal's Tilt Tableware collection.
This existing family home in Stavanger, Norway needed to grow to accommodate the expanding family within - but city building authorities had some word in the expansion.
A clean and simple series of modular furniture elements avoids all of the bright colors and fuss of typical children's bedroom sets, offering everything kids need from early childhood through the teenage years.
When the zombie apocalypse comes, you're going to wish you had one of these. The world's most advanced expedition vehicle, created by a team of engineers, artists and scientists, can store three weeks' worth of food and water onboard for three people, scale 45-degree slopes, desalinate salt water and deploy its own drones.
A sort of futuristic floating treehouse hangs among artificial steel trees in a striking sculptural canopy at the Maison de l'Ecriture in Switzerland.
As any parent knows, living with a toddler can be a simultaneous delight and nightmare. They are squishy and funny and full of life, but they can be frustratingly slow to learn (or just plain stubborn) when it comes to simple hygiene tasks.
Dutch artist and furniture designer Bente Hovendal is a deliberate, careful artist who puts great thought into each and every piece she creates.
Your pets - all pets, really - love to eat. Next to cuddles, it's probably their very favorite thing in the world.
The approaching 2020 Olympics in Tokyo have caused a shortage in building materials and a huge jump in building expenses.
Although sleeping in your car is never an activity that you look forward to, there are plenty of perfectly valid reasons that you might someday have to.
Whether you're waiting in a doctor's office or watching TV at home, a coffee table is likely to be nearby.
Half translucent, half rusting iron, this unusual split-gabled house in Tokyo offers an evolving space that can change with the residents' needs and whims.
Nothing could be more refreshing to wake up to in the morning than a bedside cup of coffee, made automatically while you sleep - as long as you're not a violent snooze-button-hitter.
Inspired by the classic cartoon Tom & Jerry from the 1940s, this fun vacation home for a family with four children features lots of space to run and hide.
Multipurpose furniture doesn't always have to be highly practical, incorporating various important functions into one piece to save space.
Humans tend to cut through obstacles in order to build what we want, where we want it. But this lovely home in Poland was built by Jakub Szczęsny of Centrala Designers Task Force specifically to leave the existing surrounding trees intact and unharmed.
It has always seemed amazing that the blue whale, the largest mammal on the planet, subsists entirely on teeny-tiny ocean krill.