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Clever space-saving solutions make this Copenhagen apartment more efficient

Designed by Spacon & X Partners in business and in life, Nikoline Dyrup Carlsen and Svend Jacod Pedersen, founders of Spacon & X, an architecture and design studio in Copenhagen, have completed a home for themselves and their two young children by combining two smaller apartments into one.

English country house with fabulous gardens on the market for $23M

It’s the famed architect’s first major project If the words “English country house” sends you into a reverie, you might want to sit down for this.

Why are Americans moving to warmer cities?

Many reasons, but mostly because we’re getting older For the past few years, the country has been heading South.

Shigeru Ban's disaster relief structures take spotlight in new exhibition

The exhibit at Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation runs through July 1 You can now see, in person, two emergency shelters designed by Shigeru Ban, the Pritzer Prize-winning Japanese architect known for creating makeshift structures out of cardboard and other inexpensive materials.

Striking swimming pool complex is clad entirely in a white chevron pattern

It’s part of an 18th century mansion in Sweden Claesson Koivisto Rune, the Swedish multidisciplinary design studio, has created a striking swimming pool and spa facility that sits on the property of an 18th century mansion in southern Sweden.

Bjarke Ingels’s Instagram post draws attention to architecture’s gender gap

‘BIG BOYS&GIRL’ An Instagram post shared by Danish architect Bjarke Ingels over the weekend is generating an impassioned conversation in the comment section about gender in architecture.

Remembering Airstream’s fanciest trailer: the Land Yacht

The nautically-themed trailer is out of production, but its memory lives on in other Airstream models Airstream trailers have been nicknamed a lot of things: the Silver Bullet, a Toaster-on-Wheels, and even the Silver Twinkie.

'70s Fallingwater-inspired home asks $3.5M

It’s located in Greenwich, Connecticut Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day?

Modern home in Brazil dazzles with concrete block facade

It plays an elegant game of hide-and-seek This gorgeous home is Brazilian-modern to the max, from the elegant pilotis supporting the main rectangular volume to furniture by greats like Sergio Rodrigues—hailed as the father of Brazilian furniture design.

Solar-powered Seattle home makes eco-friendly look good

The timber-clad home perches above Lake Washington When it comes to green energy, this new Seattle home is totally tricked out.

Challenging by design: 7 furniture makers on the business realities of their craft

Owners and designers talk about the difficulties of making furniture today Earlier this month, furniture company Greycork, a direct-to-consumer startup seeking to revolutionize the industry, announced that it was winding down operations, citing the challenges of making high-quality, affordable, and accessible furniture.

10 cool home decor upgrades under $50

Irresistible this-and-thats! From coffee tables and consoles to accent chairs and side tables, we’ve been sharing good-lookin’, budget-friendly furniture all week.

6 online stores for stylish children’s furniture

Go on, spend the money. Your kids won’t know the difference anyway Children’s furniture—like children’s clothing—is, by its very nature, meant to be outgrown.

Eco-friendly converted van home is full of hidden features

Streamlined and efficient Think living in a tiny mobile home means giving up storage and large items that you could only have if you had lots of space?

Daybeds: What are they good for?

Some say “nothing.” Curbed investigates We’ve been celebrating the wonderful world of furniture all week long.

Iconic 2001: Space Odyssey bedroom scene recreated in new installation

Cool! This one’s for all sci-fi lovers out there: Now you can now live out the ending scene of 2001: A Space Odyssey in a new exhibition that recreates the film’s iconic bedroom.

Gorgeously restored Colonial Revival on 10 acres in Rhode Island asks $1.8M

Belle Terre was built in 1908 and includes horse stables Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day?

How speakers went from statement furniture to unseen tech

Remember record player credenzas? In today’s wireless age, most want their sound system to be out of sight and out of mind.

Richard Meier launches minimalist, all-white lighting

Just like his buildings Architect Richard Meier is known for his love of all things white—he once told Curbed that he would “never live in a non-white interior.” So it’s only natural that his new venture, the Richard Meier Light collection, is exclusively white as well.

Dutch scientist proposes circular runways for airport efficiency

Planes would be able to approach and take off from any direction While airport terminal architecture has a solid history of style and innovation, rarely is a proposal put forth to utterly redesign the runway.