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And two under a grand In case you missed it, one piece of furniture—the $1,200 midcentury-style “Peggy” sofa from West Elm—has been in hot (internet) water over the last week, and it all started with a scathing review of the couch on the Awl.
Peter Hall designed the midcentury home for a supreme court judge and his wife There’s plenty of refreshing midcentury modern homes to be found in Australia, and this “bolthole” in Sydney comes with some impressive credentials.
Want Vintage typewriters have a way of making it onto desks and credenzas as hip decor, but what good is it really if you can’t easily type away at the keys, relishing in the oh-so-satisfying clacks with every touch?
Could the “13 Square Metre House” accommodate everything you need? Remember this 13-square-meter house that was on exhibit at the London Design Festival last year?
Functional and decorative Vietnam is home to plenty of innovative vertical residences, including this freshly renovated property with steel-bar walls that serve both as a supportive framework and decorative element.
‘Braveheart’ and ‘The Tudors’ were shot on the grounds Properties like this one rarely come on the market.
These engineering marvels literally reach new heights After centuries of stone arches, viaducts, covered crossings, and concrete-and-steel masterpieces, it may seem like every potential bridge has been built.
This tiny teardrop camper is built to go off road Despite falling out of fashion in the 1960s, the teardrop camper trailer has made a comeback, and a new class of campers is taking the iconic profile to the next level.
He’s creating a tree to gather the community Francis Kéré, © Erik Jan Ouwerkerk Every year since 2000, London’s Serpentine Galleries has chosen an international architect with no previous built work in the U.K.
It’s also got Curbed appeal Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day?
It holds 34 billion gallons of water A 175-year-old dam 40 miles outside of New York City is one of the main reasons why the city’s water is called "the champagne of drinking water." Standing at an imposing 200 feet high, the Croton Dam is the lifeline for New York City’s water supply system.
In the race to build vertically, China has a commanding lead Frank Lloyd Wright once proposed The Illinois, a mile-high skyscraper set on the shore of Lake Michigan in Chicago, a towering giant of a building powered by atomic elevators.
Beautiful Brazilian design transposed to Southern California Oscar Niemeyer, a Pritzker winner whose curved oeuvre helped define modernism, will always be associated with his homeland ofBrazil.
Starter home demand continues to outpace supply in 75 percent of the largest U.S. metros Today in U.S-housing-is-increasingly-unaffordable news: The proportion of on-the-market starter homes is shrinking across the nation, according to Trulia.
Starting at just $399,000, you can buy your very own retro-futurist dream Forget Dubai’s drone taxis, a Netherlands-based company has finally created a flying car.
It’s part of the 19360-built Bellevue Theater complex Danish designer Arne Jacobsen is perhaps best known for his curving Egg and Swan chairs, but he saw himself first and foremost as an architect.
The professional organization released a statement today Three weeks after the Trump administration enacted a travel ban on citizens of seven majority-Muslim nations, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) has released a statement on immigration and the impact of “unilateral travel restrictions” on the building development, design, and construction sectors.
The revamp comes courtesy of 1100 Architect Student centers are often the single most important hub for academic and extracurricular activity on a campus.
The former headquarters of London’s Metropolitan Water Board was built in 1920 If you’ve ever dreamed of living in palatial digs without the hassle of actually having to run an entire palace, this impressive London apartment may be the property for you.
Go inside a 720-square-foot “Coodo” Another day, another prefab company trying to lure you into the out-of-the-box home dream.