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Chris McVeigh’s Lego series are delightfully nostalgic Legos—they’re not just for kids. Real architects use them to build recreations of iconic masterworks, and artists like to use them, too.
A modular floorplan creates flexible spaces Another minimalist home has risen in the suburbs of Tokyo, where it takes advantage of its narrow site and adheres to local regulations without sacrificing clever design.
Including the pressure cooker taking the internet by storm The kitchen is a favorite part of the home for many, bringing family and friends together to cook—and most importantly—eat delicious food.
No snow necessary Ask any long-time local in a ski town how they ended up in Aspen, Vail, or Whistler, and they’ll tell you: “I came for the winters, and stayed for the summers.” That might seem odd to the millions of Americans who only ski a few times each year, if at all.
Selected from over 95,000 submissions Among photography community EyeEm’s 100 winners of its fourth annual competition are 20 images of architecture, each training a unique lens onto the built environment.
It’s time to get away 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.
A perfect nature retreat Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day?
It’s art Inflatable architecture is having a delightful resurgence, from the fantastical bubble-like music venue in the Netherlands to this site-specific work by artist Steve Messam in Scotland’s brand new Borders Sculpture Park.
These winged critters have never had such luxe accommodations Hate mosquitoes? A new company wants to help you eliminate the pesky pests by taking in a few new bug-hungry tenants: bats!
The T-shaped house is arranged around two courtyards Another cool, modern home has come out of Mexico City, which is finally being recognized as a cultural and design capital the world over.
It includes a garden, greenhouse, exhibition space, restaurant, and shop Cacti are having something of a moment this summer.
Whoa If one more disused industrial crane gets turned into a cool inhabitable space, we’re going to have to call it a trend.
Not only is it space-efficient, it also rewards bad behavior My husband and I have hoarding tendencies that are often disguised as being environmental.
Not your grandma’s camper trailers Editor's Note: This post was originally published in February 2017 and has been updated with the most recent information.
It’s part of the country’s $3 billion plan to curb emissions and help its residents go car-free Hot on the heels of France’s announcement to ban all gasoline-powered vehicles by 2040, the UK will follow suit, with a plan to end sales of all gas and diesel vehicles by 2040.
The home by Case Study architect Craig Ellwood is Southern California indoor-outdoor living at its best Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day?
Beige takes center stage Since 1957, Japan has been honoring life-enriching designs with its Good Design Award, but for the first time, the program has a physical pop-up space where visitors can see (and even buy) the year’s nominees.
Complete with a huge cantilever The clients who commissioned this sleek modern home in Kent, England couldn’t have asked for something more different from their previous abode: a 15th-century Tudor house.
When job growth outpaces new construction, renters pay for the mismatch Construction of new houses and apartments hasn’t kept pace with job growth in major cities, according to a new Apartment List report, which compared employment stats and housing permits find which cities are falling behind.
And they’re for rent! Tiny home lovers looking for something a bit out of the box can look to UrbanCampsite Amsterdam, a series of micro shelters that takes over an underused part of the city every other year.