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Every week, our House Calls feature takes you into homes with great style, big personality, and ineffable soul.
Winners will live in the fully furnished home for two years Muji, the Japanese purveyor of minimalist homewares, clothing, and stationery, is plunging deeper into the compact, prefab home scene.
No KonMari here Artists are known to have fascinating homes, and La Casa Azul, the cobalt-blue Mexico City house where famous artist Frida Kahlo spent much of her life, is among the most intriguing of them all.
Modernizing nostalgia During NYCxDesign this past spring, the Impossible Project and MoMA Design Store partnered to launch I-1, the highly anticipated camera system that wants to reinvent instant photography for a new generation.
Maison Curutchet was designed for a surgeon in Argentina Speaking of the ever-popular Le Corbusier, here’s a peek inside the the Swiss-French architect’s only building in Latin America among the 17 that were recently designated as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.
The Rockefeller Foundation and Unreasonable Institute are funding a new competition seeking answer to the biggest problems facing our cities today.
Its architects based the house’s form on an Italian Renaissance designer’s tenets In contemporary architecture, plastic is au courant: For last year’s Serpentine Pavilion in London, Spanish design firm Selgascano draped a steel framework in Technicolor-bright ETFE sheets.
You can color in all 59 national parks Here’s a little Friday morning treat to get you revved for the weekend.
The price is right Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day?
We love these Infrastructure photography is having quite a week: On Monday, we wrote about the work of Montreal-based lensman Chris M.
It’s a mistake that anyone could make, if they’d just watched The Ladies Man In a recent promo video for Keeping Up With The Kardashians (still a show), Kardashian matriarch Kris Jenner tells one of her daughters (we believe) that she is "obsessed with books right now" and that she is "reading a book about Le Courvoisier, which is an architect." She goes to on elaborate: "It’s so weird and boring." While it may be tempting to say that Kris Jenner made a mistake and referred to world famous Swiss-French architect Le Corbusier as Le Courvoisier, that is not in fact the case.
Starting at these hand-drawn artwork is like strolling through the city. The subdued power of many of Nancy Liang’s illustrations lies in their ability to evoke one of the particular pleasures of urban life: a solitary nighttime walk.
Companies such as WeWork and NBBJ are using computer modeling and data analysis to make our offices work as hard as we do.
#TinyLab may be coming to a city near you As it turns out, there’s more than one tiny house tour going around the country at the moment, because that’s just the state of the movement now.
Walls and parts of the ceiling were knocked down, too When Spanish architect Oriol Garcia first encountered a derelict apartment tucked into the attic of a three-story building in Barcelona, he knew that he needed to do something drastic in order to revive it.
A California city turns a dark tunnel into an inviting walkway Like most places in the U.S., the Silicon Valley city of Campbell made a big mistake a half-century ago.
Related: What happened to the bouquets? Watching the Olympics, you may have noticed medalists standing on the podium holding a little object instead of the traditional floral bouquet.
Never too big? In designing a modern home, there’s perhaps no easier way to make a statement than incorporating some larger-than-life pivoting doors.
Lake houses, farm houses, and stone houses—oh my! 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.
There are over 30 official international hospitality houses throughout Rio After talking to George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg about the fantastic Canada Olympic House, we got curious about how hospitality houses came to be and what other nations were doing with theirs.