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Architecture of the Dead: Czech Cemetery Has a Chandelier Made of Human Bones


Photo courtesy of the Sedlec Ossuary There's really no competition when it comes to creepy cemeteries: the Sedlec Ossuary in the Czech Republic has had them all beat since the 16th century, when a half-blind monk collected the bones of more than 40,000 Black Plague victims and war casualties and interred them in this below-ground chapel in the town of Kutna Hora.

Politico Pads: Joe Biden Gets No More Free Stays at This Historic Cabin


Photo via Wikimedia Commons Could this historic lodge in Grand Teton National Park go down as the historic lodge that brought down Vice President Joe Biden?

Clones: Chicago has no great dearth of...


Chicago has no great dearth of flat-roofed houses designed by Prairie poohbah Frank Lloyd Wright, but if any of those don't meet a homebuyer's criteria, there are always design clones, one of which is currently on the market for $825,000.

Blockbusters: NYC's Most Expensive Rental is a Full Floor for $500K a Month


Photos via Curbed NY New York City's newest priciest rental is the entire 39th floor of the Upper East Side's Pierre Hotel, a $500K-a-month offering that's just perfect for that indiscriminate billionaire not quite ready to commit $90M to buy a place outright.

Politico Pads: This Historic Cabin Kicked Off a Vice-Presidential Scandal


Photo via Wikimedia Commons Could this historic lodge in Grand Teton National Park go down as the historic lodge that brought down Vice President Joe Biden?

Morbid Explainers: How to Sell a Murder House, According to the Expert


Bodies being removed from the rented Rancho Santa Fe mansion where 39 members of the Heaven's Gate cult committed mass suicide in 1997.

Blockbusters: NYC's Most Expensive Rental is a Full Floor for $500K a Month


Photos via Curbed NY New York City's newest priciest rental is the entire 39th floor of the Upper East Side's Pierre Hotel, a $500K-a-month offering that's just perfect for that indiscriminate billionaire not quite ready to commit $90M to buy a place outright.

House of the Day: Super Haunted, Frightfully Florid Victorian Asks $1.2M


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.

The Printed Page: Incredible Manhattan Reno Goes From Drab to 'Monastic'


After photo by Annie Schlechter/New York Design Hunting When he first embarked on the gut renovation of his Manhattan apartment, designer (and former Curbed Young Gun!

Recommended Reading: China's Skyscraper Lessons; Designing Inclusive Playgrounds


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

Curbed Features: Definitive Proof Nobody Did Costume Parties Like the Bauhaus


Photo by Karl Grill via The Charnel-House Most people attribute Germany's Bauhaus school with the following: being on the vanguard of minimalist design, the paring down of architecture to its most essential and non-ornamental elements, and the radical idea that useful objects could also be beautiful.

The Printed Page: Incredible Manhattan Reno Goes From Drab to 'Monastic'


After photo by Annie Schlechter/New York Design Hunting When he first embarked on the gut renovation of his Manhattan apartment, designer (and former Curbed Young Gun!

Morbid Explainers: How to Sell a Murder House, According to the Expert


Bodies being removed from the rented Rancho Santa Fe mansion where 39 members of the Heaven's Gate cult committed mass suicide in 1997.

Curbed Features: Definitive Proof Nobody Did Costume Parties Like the Bauhaus


Photo by Karl Grill via The Charnel-House Most people attribute Germany's Bauhaus school with the following: being on the vanguard of minimalist design, the paring down of architecture to its most essential and non-ornamental elements, and the radical idea that useful objects could also be beautiful.

Morbid Explainers: How to Sell a Murder House, According to the Expert


Bodies being removed from the rented Rancho Santa Fe mansion where 39 members of the Heaven's Gate cult committed mass suicide in 1997.

The Printed Page: Incredible Manhattan Reno Goes From Drab to 'Monastic'


After photo by Annie Schlechter/New York Design Hunting When he first embarked on the gut renovation of his Manhattan apartment, designer Ari Heckman was, according to a recent profile in New York Design Hunting, unfazed—despite the fact that the place hadn't been updated in more than six decades.

Storage Units : World's Sexiest 'Shed' Was Built to Last for Centuries


Photos by Brett Boardman via Dezeen The good old shed, which has inspired quite a few design-y tiny dwellings for outdoorsy folk, can indeed also spark chic structures for, well, actually storing things.

Halloween 2014: Mapping 10 'Haunted' Houses Up For Sale This Halloween


If you've ever watched a scary movie where the new residents of a home refuse to leave when it becomes clear that the only possible explanation for all the strange noises, smells, and apparitions afflicting them is that the house is sited atop a Hellmouth and/or ancient burial ground, you've probably thought "The internal logic of this film is flawed.

Bum Raps: How, Exactly, Victorian Homes Got the 'Creepy House' Rep


Photo via Retroweb In honor of Halloween, Co.Design investigates what exactly it is about Victorian homes—the steeped cables, the prodigious chimneys, the mansard roofs, the cornices, dormers, or dentils?

Linkage: Halloween-Themed Apartments; Motown Landmarks; More!


Photo via Architizer · China's obsession with vertical cities. [The Guardian] · Real haunted tales from a tour guide.


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