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Snøhetta Prøjects: Snøhetta's Latest Project is a Slanted, Eco-Friendly Oasis


Photo via Design Boom The latest from international architecture office Snøhetta comes in the form of a very stylish, extremely eco-friendly collaboration with the Research Center on Zero Emission Buildings, who hoped to build a home that could "serve as an example for ecologically conscious design" that produces more energy than it takes in.

Way Too Real Estate: Here's What an Honest NYC Apartment Listing Would Look Like


Curbed NY has travelled up the mythic Mount Brokerspeak, fasted for three days, and come back bearing tablets inscribed with the first forthcoming apartment listings ever written about a space for rent in New York City.

Weedsport, N.Y.: Everything is Embellished in This Rose-Tinted Victorian


Last sold in 2009 for $260K, the nationally registered Orrin W. Burritt Mansion of Weedsport, N.Y., appears to have been thoroughly touched up by the current owners.

Oh My Gaudy: Newly PriceChopped by a dramatic $4K,...


Newly PriceChopped by a dramatic $4K, this insanely gaudy wonder in Chestnut Hill, Mass., is on the market $3.995K.

Nuptials : Come Tour the French Chateau Where Brad and Angelina Wed


Photo via ABC News As the internet continues to explode into a million joyful pieces in the wake of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's secret wedding this weekend, intel has revealed that the extremely attractive and wildly real estate-savvy duo chose the Chateau Miraval in Correns, France, as the setting for their top secret nuptial locale.

Demolition Watch: Curbed Miami reports that the Ireland's...


Curbed Miami reports that the Ireland's Inn, a midcentury beach hotel in Fort Lauderdale, is set for demolition.

Artistry: Absurdist Inventor Makes the Perfect Bed for the Forever Alone


Photo via HuffPost London-based artist Dominic Wilcox, whose creations include 100-percent serious, ultra-functional, no-nonsense objects like gold-leaf skipping stones and tea cups with built-in cooling fans, has come up with a bed for "waste not" types who don't mind being constantly reminded of just how single they are.

Computer Projects: Everyone Needs This 3D-Printed Castle For Their Backyard


Photo via Design Boom Combining two very good things—castles made of weird stuff and slightly nutty 3D printing projects—into one ridiculous union is this computer-made concrete castle designed by Minnesota-based engineer Andrey Rudenko.

House of the Day: $1.8M Connecticut Contemporary Was Inspired by Fallingwater


Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day? Get thee to the tipline and send us your suggestions.

Globetrotting: Renovated Micro-Apartment is Perfect For Minimalist Elves


Photo via Architizer Up until recently, the years had not been particularly kind to this poor little dwelling in Kyoto, Japan.

House of the Day: $1.8M Connecticut Contemporary Was Inspired by Fallingwater


Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day? Get thee to the tipline and send us your suggestions.

Absurdist Inventor Makes the Perfect Bed for the Forever Alone


Photo via HuffPost London-based artist Dominic Wilcox, whose creations include 100 percent serious, ultra-functional, no nonsense objects like gold-leaf skipping stones and tea cups with built-in cooling fans, has come up with a bed for "waste not" types that don't mind being constantly reminded of just how single they are.

Renovated Micro-Apartment is Perfect For Minimalist Elves


Photo via Architizer Up until recently, the years had not been particularly kind to this poor little dwelling in Kyoto, Japan.

Going Nowhere: 99% Invisible tells the story of...


99% Invisible tells the story of Japanese artist Akasegawa Genpei, who in 1985 published a book documenting pipes, staircases, and doors to nowhere that stick around, and are often even maintained by city workers, despite the fact that development has rendered them pointless.

Yurts: Just Sell Your House and Live in This $7.5K Plywood Yurt


Photo via Wired Trust designer Uula Jero on the yurt he created for outdoors company Trakke; he once, according to Wired, lived in one of the round, tent-like dwellings for a year in an industrialized part of Cologne, Germany, after selling off most of his stuff, in order to "see how much I actually require." So not only is he a designer willing to act upon the fact that he's "a little bit annoyed with the nature of material production in this world"—leading one to think he might put extra care into what he decides to bring into it—but he has actual firsthand experience to bring to his take on the yurt.

These Walls, Talking: House Deemed Too Modern to Exist is Tweeting for Its Life


Photo via Louis Cherry Architecture Yesterday, closing arguments were presented in a case that will decide the fate of a home in Raleigh, North Carolina's historic Oakwood neighborhood, whose across-the-street neighbor has deemed it too modern to exist.

Artistry: Semi-Dystopian Cityscape Was Inspired by Big Supermarkets


Photo via Arch Daily Intricately detailed and packed with architectural touchstones from major cities across the globe, the hand-drawn Happiness Machine measures in at eight feet by five feet, and was originally inspired by multi-level grocery stores, of all things.

Cabin Fever: Here's a Sharp Cabin Designed to Make State Parks Cool Again


Photo by Paul Vu Ask a millennial what they think about camping and you will probably get some variation on "huh?

Silver Screen: Made famous by its cameo as...


Made famous by its cameo as Diane Keaton's home in Something's Gotta Give, this shingle-style mansion in the Hamptons just sold for a whopping $41M.

Adventures in Interior Design: Decorate Like a Rich Eccentric History Buff in 45 Easy Steps


Recently put on the market in Saint James, N.Y., is a 13,000-square-foot mansion listed with $6M price tag and a complete dearth of useful information.


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