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Rare pieces from Le Corbusier, Jean Prouvé, and more go up for auction

Architect Lee Mindel is downsizing to make room for new acquisitions Looking for the ultimate design-minded gift guide?

Incredible gingerbread houses to inspire you this season

Architecture you can eat Welcome back to December, a time of gifts, endless “hygge,” and jaw-dropping, mouthwatering gingerbread architecture.

These sustainable prefab homes are meant to last

Ecospace Studios designs homes, schools, studios, and more Ecospace Studios was founded by Lee Town, Amira Idris-Town, and Matthew Kettle—who also head up IPT Architects in London—as a response to the pressing environmental, economic, and space issues affecting the world today.

Growing coworking industry a constant in a shifting economy

Why analysts believe shared workplaces are a growth industry in increasingly transient times Sam Rosen would be the first to tell you that coworking has a bright future.

How Christmas decorations evolved through the 1800s

It’s time to deck the halls Welcome back to Period Dramas, a weekly column that alternates between rounding up historic homes on the market and answering questions we’ve always had about older structures.

Storybook 1902 home just outside NYC asks $4.9M

Built for Elizabeth Custer, widow of General George Custer, in 1902 Have a nomination for a jaw-dropping listing that would make a mighty fine House of the Day?

House-hunting USA: What $500,000 buys you in 25 cities

From a renovated studio to a house with a turret Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that (typically) explores what one can rent for a set dollar amount in various cities across the U.S.

12 best pink paint colors to decorate your home

These days, the rosy hue is all grown up—take a look at its sophisticated side For years pink has been closely associated with the younger set, the stuff of nurseries and tween rooms.

This eco-friendly tiny house will host visitors to the 2018 Winter Olympics

The wee abode was designed to have a minimal impact on its verdant surroundings We’re still over a full year away from the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, but the related construction projects are ramping up.

9 best holiday markets around the country

Get ready for mulled wine and twinkling lights One of the best parts about living in a city during the holidays is the festive nature of it all: the lights, the decorations, the hustle and bustle of locals rushing to holiday parties wearing ugly sweaters and weighed down by presents.

Dreamy ‘70s beach house takes advantage of rainforest views

It’s amazing what you can do with slats and a few extra windows Timber-slatted homes are all the rage right now.

Placemaking’s power to build healthier, happier communities outlined in new report

The Case for Healthy Places connects community building with wellbeing Good health starts at home. But researchers are discovering that it also starts with well-designed neighborhoods, smart urban design, and healthy streets.

Inside the research center that demolishes homes to make them safer

“I don’t play god, I play Mother Nature” rIt’s not easy to make a hailstorm. The scientists and researchers at the Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety studied the phenomenon for roughly three years.

This swan ladle and tilting wine holder will never fall down

Are tilting, perpetually upright objects having a moment? Are tilting, perpetually upright objects having a moment?

Sneak peek: London’s bridges will be illuminated by British-American team

The ambitious public art project was designed by Leo Villareal and Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands Last night, London Mayor Sadiq Khan announced the winners of the Illuminated River, a massive £20 million (about $25 million) public art project that will light up central London’s many bridges.

1960s public housing gets modern revamp for London family

The former public housing unit was reworked by local firm R2Studio Renovations and conversions hold a special, persistent allure for the home obsessed: The idea that you could take what you’ve been given—let’s go ahead and call them lemons—and make something livable—proverbial lemonade, if you will—is for many too much of an enticement to resist.

6 converted firehouses for sale right now

Old fire stations, reborn If you’re sick of bungalows or ranch-style homes, think outside the box and consider a different architectural style for your next home purchase: the converted firehouse.

Pantone’s Color of the Year reminds us green is great

Houseplants anyone? Today’s the one day in the year when a color gets to make headlines around the world.

Paul Revere Williams, pioneering black architect, named 2017 AIA Gold Medalist

Williams designed nearly 3,000 buildings in Southern California and beyond Paul Revere Williams, the pioneering black architect who designed nearly 3,000 buildings during his five-decade career, has been posthumously awarded the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Gold Medal, which honors an individual whose significant body of work has had a lasting influence on the theory and practice of architecture.

Futuristic facades and high-profile buildings: A chat with architect Chris Wilkinson

The principal at WilkinsonEyre discusses some of his firm standout projects While he’s not always included in the starchitect roll call, British architect Chris Wilkinson has made just as significant a contribution to the field as many of his peers.