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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.
Photo via City Lab Considering that Shenzhen, China, already houses two of the world's top 25 tallest buildings, this proposed Cloud Citizen skyscraper might be ever so slightly less absurd...maybe.
The old adage "They don't make them like they used to" insinuates that modern products don't stand up to the test of time like those of yesteryear.
Saltscapes San Francisco Bay Cris Benton “Benton’s images allow us to slip our earthly bonds and see the world from new heights, his aerial views offering a fresh perspective on familiar landscapes.
Photo via Dezeen While the Kunterbunt kindergarten in Babenhausen, Germany, is many things—elegant, sleek, and fiendishly loyal to a "distinctive gray and yellow color palette," to name just a few—it is certainly not the most child-friendly bit of architecture on the planet.
Built in 1790, the Stevens Log House of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania survived the Civil War only to be faced with a slow onslaught of renovations that rendered it a mixed bag of changes from different eras.
, a high-speed optical Internet service provider in Japan, has created what may be the best commercial I've ever seen.
Vox Media is seeking Curbed's very first editor-in-chief, a person of vision and immense leadership prowess to navigate the brand to the next frontier.
A new exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York showcases the work of McCauley “Mac” Conner, one of New York City’s original “Mad Men” of the 1960s. His hand-painted work appeared in magazines like McCall’s and Redbook.
Born in 1979, Ulric Collette, self-taught photographer, studied art and graphic design in Quebec city in the late 90s and now work as art director for Collette, a communication studio in Quebec region.
Todd Selby is a portrait, interiors, and fashion photographer and illustrator. His project The Selby offers an insider’s view of creative individuals in their personal spaces with an artist’s eye for detail.
Bill Ray was a staff photographer for Life magazine, based in New York, Beverly Hills, and Paris. From these bureaus he traveled the world covering major events, wars, and great personalities.
She was born in Belgium and grew up in southern France. After Annelie Vandendael graduated college, she returned to her native Belgium to study at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Ghent.
tubes of paint bulge out of the canvas the little man runs out of emergency exit signs Japanese artist Yuki Matsueda creates sculptures in which an element of the artwork bulges out of the canvas leaving the rest behind.
Image via Design Boom Everybody everywhere wants to know what the next project from Bjarke Ingels will be, especially now that the built-world wunderkind has proven capable of unveiling things like "Zootopias" where the roles of humans and animals are reversed.
Image Courtesy of the Aspen Art Museum, © Michael Moran/OTTO. Image Courtesy of the Aspen Art Museum, © Michael Moran/OTTO.
Buzzfeed just published an article called "14 Ultra-Pimped-Out 'Sims' Houses You Wish You Could Actually Own," that's chockfull of kooky, totally outlandish homes built for everyone's favorite gibberish speakers.
It might (currently) be weird to admit but I’m quite interested in eating bugs. That is, with climate change upon us and food sources starting to shift there’s a growing interest in insects as a more sustainable source of food, and this concept is interesting to me.
1970’s modernist bracelet
Editor: In the previous entry of this Automoblox origin story, the plucky Pat Calello had put together a sweet distribution deal with BRIO.