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Is it possible to have a private sanctuary in a home that happens to sit in the middle of a very crowded city?
Most product packaging is meant to be used once and then thrown away or recycled. It seems a pity to let still-usable materials go to waste, and designer Simon Kern agrees.
Wind chimes can be a lovely addition to any home, and although they come in hundreds of shapes and sizes they are more or less all the same.
Lithuanian designer Aine Bunikyté uses the unique pitched roofs of historic homes to create furniture that is halfway between dreams and reality.
If you think you have to give up luxuries to live in a tiny house, you're (mostly) right - unless you happen to purchase a tiny mobile house with its very own built-in hot tub on the back deck.
If you could fill a sizable $4 million house with anything that makes you happy, what would you choose?
Fashion and furniture design intersect with a chair cushion that unzips from the frame to turn into a wearable clothing item.
Three generations of a family live together under one big roof while maintaining privacy within individual house-shaped units in an arrangement resembling a miniature village.
Four-color printing uses cyan, magenta, yellow, and black (known as "key"), printed in layers to create full-color images.
This stunning home at the foot of Japan's Yatsugatake Mountains uses a cantilever at one end to maximize the views of its lovely natural surroundings.
This beautiful piece of design doesn't look like anything you would ever associate with trash, but it is in fact one of the most stylish trash receptacles ever designed.
After finding a parcel of cheap land in Seattle that had been deemed "impossible" to build on but too good to pass up, one family decided to live in that impossibility. The land is on an extremely steep slope, making any type of traditional construction unfeasible.
The JAG Grill manages to combine several things that were already pretty great on their own: barbecues, picnic tables, fire pits, and those restaurants where the chefs cook your food on the grill right in front of you.
The contemporary Delta House, designed by Japanese architect Yoshiyasu Mizuno, puts a new spin on a traditional Japanese home feature.
The junk mail that's stuffed into our mailboxes on a regular basis actually does have a practical use: the tough paper it's made of can be shredded and formed into surprisingly strong new pressed paper products.
A comfy body-cradling modern chair effortlessly distributes weight while remaining light in look and form, just like the large-scale geodesic domes that inspired it.
The peaks of the surrounding Alps are mimicked in the dramatic jagged shape of this artist residence an atelier in Castelrotto, Italy by Modus Architects.
Unless you're lucky enough to have enormous walk-in closets, you've probably wished at least once or twice for more space to hang your clothes and accessories.
In Barcelona, Miel Arquitectos and Studio P10 set out on an experiment in shared micro-living. They began with a 65 square meter (213 square foot) apartment and turned it into two functional living, working, and sleeping quarters.
If you change locations or just change up your decor regularly, having furniture pieces that are adaptable to many circumstances is a must.