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Prefabulous: 5 of the Coolest Prefab Houses You Can Order Right Now


From early-20th-century Sears Catalog Homes to the 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.

Supertall: Such Great Heights: The Promise and Peril of Tall Buildings


A rendering of new supertowers in the works along Central Park in New York, via the Municipal Art Society's report The Accidental Skyline." When it comes to real estate, London and New York can seem like transatlantic copies of each other.

Curbed Miami: Curbed Miami Goes Up the Cape Florida Lighthouse


Photos by Raquel Zaldivar Built on the tip of Key Biscayne, the Cape Florida Lighthouse is recognized as the oldest structure in South Florida (except for that 800-plus year old Spanish monastery shipped over here by William Randolph Hearst, but that's another story).

Curbed Philly: Sweet Mid Century Modern Hits Market at $575K


Photo via Modern Homes Philadelphia This three-bedroom, two-bath mid century house, designed by John Sweet and Milton Schwartz in 1955, hit the MLS this morning.

Who Needs Sinks When Your Entire House Is a Skatepark?

After the death of his parents as an adolescent, São Paulo resident Anselmo Arruda found himself with more space than he knew what to do with and decided to turn his house into a skatepark, removing the furniture and tearing out sinks to make the home into one awesome Tony Hawk level.

Tiny Studios: Artists, Your Next Studio Might be on Wheels


Photos of the the ArtBuilt Mobile Studio by Esther Robinson An artist packing up and moving their studio in the face of rising rent isn't a new phenomena, so an arts advocate thought, why not make mobility a permanent part of the studio environment?

Adventures in Architecture: Take a Tour of Yangon's Unique Modern Architecture


American architect Benjamin Polk designed the Pitaka Taik, a library and Buddhist museum, with numerous symbolic references and shapes.

All-White Interiors: Yay or Nay?


When it comes to all-white houses, there seems to be a fine line between cool/design-y and creepy/obsessive.

Playgrounds: This Rad Playground Includes a Life-Size Kaleidoscope


All photos by Laura Torres Roa courtesy of Yatzer Madrid-based studio A2arquitectos has given children in the city of Porto Cristo, on the Spanish isle of Mallorca, a dream playground that includes a kaleidoscope you can step into.

Retrospectives: Growing Up Girard: A Granddaughter Speaks About the Designer's Legacy


A 1961 Photo of designer Alexander Girard, ©Vitra Design Museum ©2015 Girard Studio, LLC Famed textile, pattern and interior designer Alexander Girard was known for his colorful work across many disciplines, but perhaps his most personal project was his displays for the International Museum of Folk Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico, his home for decades.

Tabula Rasa: A Surprisingly Homey White-on-White Renovation in Poland


All photos by Karolina Bak via Dwell It's the same old story that we just can't get enough of: an enterprising, design-minded individual finds a dilapidated structure and puts in the work to make it completely new and marvelous again.

Curbed NY: What's Next for New York City's Many Abandoned Landmarks?


Photo by Nathan Kensinger In the 50 years since New York City's Landmarks Law was passed, over 1,300 individual landmarks and 109 historic districts have been designated by the Landmarks Preservation Commission, amassing an impressive array of protected properties and neighborhoods throughout the five boroughs.

R.I.P., the Inventor of the Heart-Shaped Hot Tub


[Photo via The Roadtrippers] Morris Wilkins, the man credited with inventing the heart-shaped hot tub, died of heart failure this Monday.

Adventures in Architecture: Take a Tour of Yangon's Unique Modern Architecture


American architect Benjamin Polk designed the Pitaka Taik, a library and Buddhist museum, with numerous symbolic references and shapes.

Not a Treehouse: This House is Definitely Not a Treehouse, Despite Being Called the "Treehouse"


All photos by Lisa Petrole via Architizer Add this to the list of structures called "treehouses" that do not, in fact, find themselves in possession of a tree.

House of the Day: Claim This Handsome Updated Eichler Home for $1.25M


Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day? Get thee to the tipline and send us your suggestions.

Supertall: Such Great Heights: The Promise and Peril of Tall Buildings


A rendering of new supertowers in the works along Central Park in New York, via the Municipal Art Society's report The Accidental Skyline." When it comes to real estate, London and New York can seem like transatlantic copies of each other.

Curbed Detroit: How Much Would You Pay for This Stately Tudor in Detroit?


Though undeniably down on its luck, Detroit is attracting new residents from some of the country's more traditional creative hubs for, among other reasons, its relatively inexpensive housing, some of which is quite lovely.

Tabula Rasa: A Surprisingly Homey White-on-White Renovation in Poland


All photos by Karolina Bak via Dwell It's the same old story that we just can't get enough of: an enterprising, design-minded individual finds a dilapidated structure and puts in the work to make it completely new and marvelous again.

You Can Buy a Castle with a Drawbridge in Buffalo, New York


Caveat: the drawbridge doesn't look like it actually draws, and even if it does it's a little skimpy in terms of protecting the castle from invading hordes.


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