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The bed, the most important part of the home, is put on a pedestal Paris-based architect Nathalie Eldan has completed the renovation of a micro apartment located within a two-story townhouse next to the Bastille, and much like this prototype in London, it uses built-in storage to great effect.
Not your usual prefab If today’s tiny houses and shipping container homes (and shipping container tiny homes) strike you as a bit absurd or otherwise impractical, perhaps the new Flex House concept presents a more compelling vision of sustainable compact living.
Some say bed frames are a must, others say they’re optional It all started with a tweet, as many things do these days, one that exposed an insidious lie that rom-coms peddle willy-nilly—that men have bed frames.
Sizzling graphics, bright colors, and bold juxtapositions There’s a famous Herman Miller ad, designed by George Tscherny in 1954, that shows the furniture brand’s marquee designers as “Traveling Men.” George Nelson, leaning against a trunk, is heading to Germany at the behest of the government.
Using Wright’s life and work to connect science and creativity in the classroom Iconic American architect Frank Lloyd Wright has inspired generations to design and create.
When the streets of American cities fill with people, how do we count them? Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in January 2017 and has been updated with the most recent information.
Located in the heart of downtown Greenwich Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day?
The presidential election ambushed their relationship “I can’t live with a man who supports Donald Trump,” my mother said.
It’s a breathtaking “stage” for admiring the landscape Built on a mountainside at China’s Songhua Lake Resort, this striking building was designed to offer summer and winter visitors a place to rest and reflect on the scenic surroundings.
You’ve gotta look inside Treehouses are an ever-fascinating architectural form, whether they’re built by tech companies or 19th-century restaurateurs.
At one with nature An intriguing collection of angular structures makes up this contemporary home in South Korea’s Sunchang County.
“Cities” illustrates how human habitats are increasingly incompatible with the species that lived there first In the final episode of Planet Earth II, Sir David Attenborough’s measured narration takes a sudden, introspective turn.
Delightfully odd and completely magical How delightfully odd is this vacation home in the southwest region of Ireland?
So beautiful 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.
From trolleys to high-speed trains, here’s what’s coming 2017 was a big year in transportation. Cities paved the way for electric vehicles, embraced alternative means of transit, and even launched autonomous buses.
The Cooper-Hewitt’s latest exhibition clarifies why accessible design is not a privilege, but a right They don’t call it a radio, because who has a radio anymore?
With views of the Hudson River and Storm King Mountain Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day?
The latest on the “urbanist Super Bowl” Amazon’s plan to build a second headquarters in North America has spurred heated competition among cities.
The playoffs of the “urbanist super bowl” are about to begin Not to be sidelined by another tech firm’s recent announcement of a new headquarters, Amazon announced its list of finalists for its HQ2 competition.
Fun colors and simple shapes, but with a twist Another day, another piece of eye candy from Ikea. The world’s largest furniture retailer isn’t one to rest on its laurels—whether it’s designing a new modular sofa or entertaining us with an ad you can pee on.