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History Lessons: 'Wire' Creator Takes on Yonkers' Biggest Desegregation Battle


Photo of former Yonkers mayor Nicholas Wasicsko courtesy of the Westchester County Historical Society Several months before his sociopolitical crime drama The Wire premiered on HBO in 2002, creator David Simon sent his co-writer Bill Zorzi up to Yonkers, New York to do some interviews.

On the Market: Gilded Age Palace of H.V. Poor Seeks a Modern Robber Baron


At the peak the Gilded Age, steel tycoons and other professional exploiters only built their mansions in the Hamptons or Newport if they couldn't get a property in Tuxedo Park, New York.

Adventures in Interior Design: Step Inside a Rug Designer's Colorful Williamsburg Pad


[All photos by Driely S. for Racked.] Because there is nary a pleasure greater than glimpsing the way other people live, Curbed's sister site Racked visited the Williamsburg home of textiles designer Aelfie Oudghiri.

Conversions: Tiny Dublin Garage Transforms into the Very Cutest Kitchen


Photo by Alice Clancy via Dezeen Many a folks have already figured out there are cool livable spaces to be gained from a converted garage, but this latest example in Dublin may be the loveliest yet.

Romney Wire: Everyman Mitt Romney Might Sell His Car-Elevator Mansion


Mitt Romney's former home in La Jolla, California, which he tore down to construct a mansion three times as big, with a now-infamous car elevator.

History Lessons: 'Wire' Creator Takes on Yonkers' Biggest Desegregation Battle


Photo of former Yonkers mayor Nicholas Wasicsko courtesy of the Westchester County Historical Society Several months before his sociopolitical crime drama The Wire premiered on HBO in 2002, creator David Simon sent his co-writer Bill Zorzi up to Yonkers, New York to do some interviews.

Globe Trotting: Radically Sloped Japanese Home Hovers Right Over a Reservoir


Photo by Toshiyuki Yano via Dezeen Japanese firm Suppose Design Office just won't stop messing with boundaries.

Preservation Watch: It's Not Too Late to Save a Paul Rudolph Classic from 'Soul-Crushing' Updates


Photo by Ani Od Chai/Flickr For over a decade, officials in Goshen, N.Y., have been threatening to demolish its government center, a striking stack of glass and concrete boxes designed by legendary modernist Paul Rudolph.

House of the Day: Homestead on 192 Acres at This Classic Vermont Farmhouse


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Globe Trotting: You're the Zoo Animal in this Transparent Japanese House


Photo by Toshiyuki Yano via Dezeen A year or so ago, Japanese firm Suppose Design Office completed an alluring three-story house clad entirely in translucent walls.

Rendering Reveals: Bjarke Ingels Plots a Cat-Eared Media HQ in the Persian Gulf


Image by Bjarke Ingels Group via Design Boom Danish starchitect and lover of 'promiscuous hybrids' Bjarke Ingels has unveiled a proposal for a pair of towers connected by a hammock-like canopy.

House of the Day: How About $2M for a Renovated Tudor Revival Outside St. Louis?


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Curbed Features: The Tower That Wants to Remake One of America's Oldest Neighborhoods


On a chilly, damp afternoon in December, architect Blake Middleton stood diagonally across the street from his latest downtown Boston creation, the under-construction Millennium Tower, and explained the particular challenge the 685-foot skyscraper posed.

Now & Then: 9 Vintage New York City Postcards and the Same Views Today


[Rockefeller Center as pictured in a 1930s postcard, and today.] Few things serve as better time capsules than vintage postcards.

Good Works: Single Moms Will Live Rent-Free in J. Cole's Childhood Home


Photo via Jcolemusic.com J. Cole, the emotional rapper who's not Drake, just bought the North Carolina home that his mother foreclosed on years ago, with the intention of transforming it into a "haven for single mothers," where every few years a new family will get to live in rent-free.

Computer Projects: This Stunning Paris Apartment is All Ones and Zeros


No, you can't live in this Paris apartment, at least not in the traditional sense. But with the amount of time we spend online, how many of us can really be said to "live" in "the real world" anyhow?

Linkage: Updated Eichler Asks $2.29M; a Rug Designer's Home; More!


Photo by Jonas Ingerstedt via Automatism · An art director's groovy apartment in Stockholm. [Automatism] · Mapping all the stadiums the Patriots played in.

Rent, Don't Buy: Phoenix Man Turns His Sedan Into an $85-a-Night Airbnb


Photos via Airbnb Phoenix resident Steve Sasman has an offer for you, and no, it's not spending upwards of $100 to sleep in his car for a night.

Adventures in Interior Design: Century-Old Edwardian Lets Loose with Wild Toy Menagerie


Photo by Sean Fennessy via The Design Files For Australian fashion designer Christopher Graf and his partner Glenn Francis, a 1910 Edwardian perched atop the highest hill in the Melbourne metro area was "love at first sight." The pair purchased the home right away and, using Graf's cartoony design sensibilities as a guide of sorts, made it unmistakably their own.

Micro Living: A Prefab 'Cubitat' Can Make the Barest Room Livable


Photos courtesy Urban Capital Multi-purpose cubes have been popping up in disparate design projects for some time now.


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