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Designer Karim Rashid, the man who hates corners, coats everything in lollipop colors, and is essentially a purveyor of all the stuff that will go inside your princess dreamhouse of the year 2514, says his Kool-Aid-hued project for Harlem is meant to show the world "how a contemporary physical world can be warm, soft, human, and pleasurable." He continues: "I use colors to create form, mood, feeling, and to touch the public memory.
Photo via Faig Ahmed By combining traditional Azerbaijani rugs and contemporary sculptural forms, Baku-based artist Faig Ahmed has created a body of work that looks, well, a little bit like a LSD-soaked trip to ABC carpets.
After bouncing on and off the market for four years, during which time its price was lowered by over $6M, Hillsborough's storied, expansive tudor estate known as House-on-Hill has sold for $22.8M.
Photo via Architizer · Voronoi's corrals. [Architizer] · 12 reasons 22 Chestnut Street found a buyer.
Welp, it's time to update the map of priciest listings again, as the lavish, $114M mansion on Manhattan's Upper East Side has just received a $16M PriceChop.
Photo via Architizer At just 160 square feet, the somewhat clumsily named Tiny Project Tiny House in Sebastopol, Calif., manages to avoid all the pitfalls that generally tend to trip up well meaning micro homes—think unusable kitchens, cramped sleeping quarters, lack of communal hang out space, and the dreaded "sink and toilet in the shower"—in favor of an airy, open cabin that actually feels, well, livable.
Word has it that Beyoncé and Jay Z spent around $200K to lease this glassy Holmby Hills spec house, which was recently offered at $45M, making it around the 10th most expensive home in L.A.
Ikea Malaysia just held a (characteristically wacky) contest asking customers to dress up as an Ikea product.
When it comes to the subject of lifestyle guru Gwyneth Paltrow, decorating doyenne and general domestic goddess Martha Stewart throws more shade than the entirety of her drone-documented apple tree grove.
Photo via My Unfinished Home Intent on letting the "lush nature and the mountains" shine at his Lombardy, Italy, retreat, Columbian artist Juan Lealruiz left the interiors of the compound—which previously served as a cluster of long abandoned industrial buildings—almost completely bare, save for the lightest dusting of colorless decor.
Photo via Arch Daily Ever since the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture first faced with the threat of losing its accreditation, hoards of alumni have banded together to launch a petition on change.org.
A 1770's farmhouse in Pawling, N.Y. with some very winsome updates is up for $729K after being put on the market for $759K back in July of 2013.
Curbed Chicago reports that the William Winslow House —which was Frank Lloyd Wright's first totally independent commission—just got a major Pricechop, bringing the ask down to $1.699M.
Photo via Dezeen Spotted in a roundup of "11 lesser-known Brutalist buildings that helped define the movement" is this wonderfully strange Town Hall in Bat Yam, Israel.
Photo via Wallpaper New York-based artist Roxy Paine, he of carving a prototypical fast food restaurant out of wood, has chosen the focal point of your travel nightmares as the focus of his latest uncanny, all-wood, near-life-size diorama.
Photos via Dry Dock Shop Today in excellent and highly addictive internet offerings comes the Dry Dock Shop's super groovy Tumblr, which proffers an endless trove of "yesterday's architecture and interior design" from the '60s, '70s, and '80s.
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Photo via Design Boom South Korea's Moon Hoon, one of the nuttiest architecture firms practicing today, has created a concrete-clad family home in suburban Yongin covered with beveled grooves reminiscent of the exterior paneling of the spaceships from Star Wars.
In light of the recent influx of unreasonably expensive residences hitting the market—including a $139M monster in South Florida and a $125M stunner in Montecito, California—it seemed appropriate to update the index of most expensive houses listed right this very second.
Curbed NY takes a look at some shots from the World Trade Center site, and offers a bit of insider knowledge as to the best ways to keep up with the construction.