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The limited edition collection will be available in stores in June Ikea’s new limited edition line of playfully patterned home goods arrives just in time for summer.
You can change up the color, fabric, and accessories Is “nook” now code for space-saving interior design?
Significant funding cuts, and a focus on private investment, would shift focus towards cars and roadways Earlier this month, it seemed President Donald Trump’s infrastructure plan had stalled, with plenty of discussion taking place, but no concrete proposals or spending plans.
Aruba, Jamaica, ohhhh I wanna take ya... Airstream—the company behind the iconic silver travel trailer—has just released a new special edition version of both its trailer and its Class-B touring coach.
Just in time for summer Welcome back to Period Dramas, a weekly column that alternates between rounding up historic homes on the market and answering questions we’ve always had about older structures.
The Sheats-Goldstein Residence is considered of Los Angeles’s most iconic homes. Designed by architect—and apprentice of Frank Lloyd Wright—John Lautner in 1961, the cave-like concrete-and-glass residence perches above Beverly Hills and incorporates a soaring roof with coffered triangles, frameless walls of glass, built-in furniture, and, of course, spectacular views of the Los Angeles skyline.
When architecture and aviation combine At its worst, airport design is a confusing blend of bad carpeting and claustrophobic paneling that can leave you searching for hours for a bathroom.
Located in Surrey, England, the residence was built in 1932 by Amyas Connell Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day?
The home fantastically balances old and new details We’ve come to expect extraordinary work from Tel Aviv-based Pitsou Kedem Architects, whether it’s a brawny concrete villa, a minimalist retreat, or a pool-topped penthouse.
Each shed-like roof features a skylight As any avid Curbed reader knows, there’s more than one way to bring natural light into a home.
The HouseZero project will turn a wooden home from the ‘20s into a model for efficient, affordable green design When architects talk about building more sustainable buildings, the conversation often turns toward new concepts for homes and offices.
Prefabulous! From early-20th-century Sears Catalog Homes to housing experiments by French modernist Jean Prouvé, prefab construction—that is, assembling a structure from components produced off-site—has had a rich, long history.
Seoullo 7017 runs above Seoul Station A new urban garden has risen in the heart of Seoul, South Korea, where a 938-meter (3,077-feet) elevated highway first built in 1970 has been transformed into a “sky garden” featuring 24,000 trees, shrubs, and flowers.
It was built in 1965 and has largely been untouched since then With its seemingly floating accordion style roof, this 1965 beauty in Salt Lake City, Utah, is a real showstopper.
Skipping an inspection could cost you When Tori Easterling, a broker and real estate instructor, decided to purchase some investment property in Georgia, she faced fierce bidding challenges with cash investors.
“Reinvent Paris” calls for proposals to develop 34 underground sites throughout the city The city of Paris hopes to see some of its future development happen underground.
Changing behavior isn’t just about cost or convenience—the way we make transportation decisions is irrational In most places in the U.S., transit ridership has dipped in recent years, even as cities invest in massive expansions of their rail and bus systems.
Tours, parks, and buildings for architecturally-minded travelers to add to their itinerary You can scan social media and admire great architecture and design from afar, but there's something to be said about seeing a great work in its natural environment.
Boring, cheap wood gets new life as furniture There’s much to love about upcycled furniture: You can save money, keep items out of landfills, and add some personal style.
John Randal McDonald designed the home in 1953 Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day?