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House of the Day: For $1.2M, Wave to Wright and Neutra from a Wraparound Deck

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.

Gift Guides: Extreme Real Estate Gift Guide: Here's a House for Every Taste

When he has more ties than Christian Grey. When she already has a reindeer sweater for each of the twelve days of Christmas.

Berzerkus: Nate Berkus' New Offerings for Target, Ranked in Order of How Much Your Mom Will Like Them

Query: If you get your mom a Target gift card for Christmas, are you a bad child? Not since Target revealed its new Spring 2015 line from Nate Berkus, you aren't.

Micro Homes : 196-Square-Foot DIY Cabin is Totally Off-Grid, and It Shows

Photo via Apartment Therapy Filed under impressive DIY cabins: this 196-square-foot dwelling was assembled by California couple Tim Eddy and Hannah Fuller one piece at a time, with no blueprints at hand.

Curbed Features: Le Corbusier's Forgotten Design: SoCal's Iconic Butterfly Roof

Photos of butterfly roofs throughout southern California by Elizabeth Daniels. Atop thousands of homes in the warm western regions of the United States are roofs that turn the traditional housetop silhouette on its head.

Holiday Trimmings: Battle of the Bulbs: the Global Holiday Lights Showdown

Photo of 2014 winner courtesy of Guinness World Records via the Atlantic What started with one glowing red nose has turned into an arms race, so to speak, for Christmas lights bragging rights.

Rendering Reveals : What a Snøhetta-Designed Obama Library Might Look Like

Rendering via Design Boom Competition is getting fierce for President Obama's future library. In September, the administration decided on four location finalists: two in Chicago, one in New York, and one in Hawaii.

Linkage: Jungle-Like Urban Digs; a Designer Boathouse; More!

Photo by Marlen Mueller via Apartment Therapy via Freunde von Freunden · Matt Damon got $15.375M for his mansion.

Brand Extensions: Danish Luxury Trashcan Maker Just Designed a Sexy Prefab

Photo via Vipp Shelter via Architizer If Muji, the minimalist Japanese retailer of products as diverse as socks and bowls can whip up a functional three-story house, it's not surprising then that Vipp, the Danish manufacturer of $300 waste receptacles can design something fancy that houses more than just garbage.

Lookalikes: Now You Can Tour the Minecraft Version of Notch's New Home

Less than 24 hours after the news broke that Minecraft creator Markus "Notch" Persson spent $70M on the most expensive home in Beverly Hills, reportedly outbidding Beyoncé and Jay Z, someone recreated the mansion in Minecraft.

Hotels: You Can Now Sleep at the Real-Life Downton Abbey Estate

Photo courtesy of Highclere Castle Highclere Castle, the Renaissance Revival estate in the English countryside where the charged and weepy aristocratic drama Downton Abbey is filmed, has now opened its doors to overnight visitors.

Gift Guides: Extreme Real Estate Gift Guide: Here's a House for Every Taste

Sometimes you have to go above and beyond with your holiday gift-giving. Almost everyone you know is living in a house that falls short in some way.

Recommended Reading: Venezuela's Notorious Tower; Hours in Tel Aviv's Bus Station

Welcome to Curbed's weekly roundup of architecture, real estate, and urban planning-related feature stories.

Monochromes: See an Electric Company HQ All Lit Up in 1940s Washington

Welcome back to Monochromes, a Friday mini-series wherein Curbed delves deep into the Library of Congress's photographic annals, resurfacing with an armful of old black-and-white photos of architecture and interior design.

Camera Obscura: In NYC's 'Best Secret': Mansions, Peacocks, and Feral Cats

Photo by Nathan Kensinger for Curbed NY. Staten Island's Lemon Creek is one of New York City's least-known waterways.

Office Spaces: An Architecture Office Lives Inside this '50s Printing Plant

All photos courtesy of Philippe Chiambaretta Architecte An architecture firm in Paris has converted a midcentury printing plant in the Marais into their new headquarters.

Development Watch: Robert A.M. Stern's Chicago Tower Scaled Back, Still Majestic

Rendering by Robert A.M. Stern Architects via Curbed Chicago More exciting architecture news for the Windy City: Curbed Chicago reports that the Chicago Plan Commission has approved a 67-story luxury residential high-rise designed by lauded traditionalist Robert A.M.

Preservation Watch: Mapping the Biggest Preservation Wins and Losses of 2014

The National Trust for Historic Preservation's yearly tally of significant historic buildings lost and saved has officially dropped, and while 2014 boasted some major architectural preservation wins in 2014—Cincinnati's Union Terminal!

House of the Day: $4.95M Former Celeb's Home is Pretty Reasonable for Aspen

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Year in Curbed 2014: Take a Globe-Trotting Tour of 2014's Finest Micro Homes

In 2014, the micro housing trend continued to push its way into mainstream consciousness—at times it felt like every week brought news of a fresh tiny living idea hailing from all corners of the Earth (Swiss Alps?