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Houses of the Holy : Feast Your Eyes on 8 Glorious New Shots of Thorncrown Chapel


All photos by Randall Connaughton via Thorncrown Chapel Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright apprentice E. Fay Jones and completed in 1980, the Thorncrown Chapel in Arkansas' Ozark Mountains quickly became a prominent work of American architecture.

Curbed Hamptons: $14M Buys a Southampton Midcentury with a Conversation Pit


Over in Southampton, a prime example of mid-century modern architecture has hit the market for a $14M.

Adventures in Architecture: Next Helsinki Adds Even More Plans to Guggenheim Site Debate


Helsinki's South Harbor seen from the North, now the focus of two large-scale international architecture competitions.

House of the Day: This Midcentury Pad Offers Mad Men Cool for $4M


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Montana Ghost Town Gives Urbanites Chance to Turn Into the Guy from The Shining


Missoula's U.S. Bureau of Land Management was recently inundated with applications after advertising an opportunity to live in an abandoned mining town and watch over some cabins.

House of the Day: This Midcentury Pad Offers Mad Men Cool for $4M


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William Shatner Says He's Raising $30 Billion on Kickstarter to Save California from Drought


[Shutterstock] With California in the midst of its worst drought since the 9th century, William Shatner (Star Trek, S#*!

Adaptive Reuse: Victorian-Era Sea Forts in England Reborn as Rad Luxury Hotels


All photos via AmaZing Venues In the late 1800s, England built a series of sea forts in the Solent strait to defend its southern coast against French invasion.

House Calls: Stylish, Artsy GQ Editor Has a Small Soho Walk-Up To Match


All photos by Max Touhey The name John Jonnuzzi might sound familiar. Not only is he a GQ web editor who covers men's style with occasional how-to's about constructing the perfect taco and things of the like, but Jonnuzzi is also Twitter and Instagram famous, and for good reason.

Adaptive Reuse: Victorian Sea Forts in England Reborn as Rad Luxury Hotels


All photos via AmaZing Venues In the late 1800s, England built a series of sea forts in the Solent strait to defend its southern coast against French invasion.

George Lucas Is Building Affordable Housing Either to Piss Off His Neighbors or Because He's Nice


George Lucas has faced opposition from his wealthy, ornery Marin County neighbors every time he's tried to build on his massive estate.

Hoarding: In Nation of Hoarders, Self-Storage Spots Outnumber McDonald's


Photo via Creative Commons The stratospheric growth of the self-storage industry has been a relatively quiet commercial real estate success story.

Curbed Hamptons: $14M Buys a Southampton Midcentury with a Conservation Pit


Over in Southampton, a prime example of mid-century modern architecture has hit the market for a $14M.

Eating Pretty: Kengo Kuma Turns Ethernet Cables into Wild Restaurant Decor


Photo by Erieta Attali via Design Boom After spiffing up a Starbucks and bakery with giant piles of sticks and a soy sauce store with huge wooden barrels, Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has transformed another typical neighborhood spot into a high-design spectacle.

After Community Backlash, Tennessee Sex Dungeon Will Become 'Church'


A proposed swingers club in Nashville, Tennessee drew so much outrage from the community that its owners have relented and agreed to develop the building into a "church" instead—"church" being in square quotes because the floorplan is exactly the same (the "dungeon room" has been relabeled "choir") and all the local prudes are pretty sure it's still going to be a sex club.

Lifestyles of the Rich and the Richer: Billionaire Businessman Enlists Robert A.M. Stern to Build Britain's Most Expensive Apartments


Photos via ArchDaily British entrepreneur and casual billionaire John Caudwell has released a new £2 billion plan (roughly $3 billion USD) that, if approved, will transform a 1960s drab parking lot into London's newest set of ultra-expensive apartments, Audley Square House.

Curbed SF: Is This the Country's Scariest Apartment Building?


Former 1751 Market Street tenant Crystal Cook took this photo of the ceiling in her bathroom in unit 25 in 2014 After earlier allegations of downright scary conditions at 1751 Market, a San Francisco apartment building at the center of a lawsuit brought by dozens of tenants, a startling picture is emerging of the conditions inside.

Concrete Houses: Tour a Sublime Brutalist Villa By a Le Corbusier Mentee


All photos via Per Jansson Designed by Léonie Geisendorf, the centenarian Swedish architect who studied under Le Corbusier, Villa Delin hides a stunningly airy, Scandinavian dwelling behind a bleak Brutalist exterior.

Eating Pretty: Kengo Kuma Turns Ethernet Cables into Wild Restaurant Decor


Photo by Erieta Attali via Design Boom After spiffing up a Starbucks and bakery with giant piles of sticks and a soy sauce store with huge wooden barrels, Japanese architect Kengo Kuma has transformed another typical neighborhood spot into a high-design spectacle.

Furniture: Smart Table May Get More Done During a Meeting Than You


Photos via Fast Company A new smart table designed by a research lab within The New York Times has the potential to make meetings more valuable and productive, with built-in bookmarking and recording features that make it an interviewer's dream come true.


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