From an unlikely source comes a clever privacy solution for a pair of prefabbed town houses in Los Angeles.
In the Windy City, a custom walnut slide offers a playful way for a small family of four to glide down to the basement.
Flash back to the 1970s for visionary Italian designer Joe Colombo’s Living Center, a mod take on a casual soirée.
When Russian-born architect Andrei Saltykov designed his home in the UK, he put his love of the USA on the shelf.
A one-of-a-kind house on a Japanese island blurs the indoor-outdoor divide.
When Jeff Taylor and Alex Miller designed the Pull House in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, they took “form follows function” one step further: Form describes function.
Kansas City–based artist Anne Lindberg uses architecture as a framework for drawing in space.
An undulating wall made from over 40,000 dowels adds a dose of awe to a Massachusetts loft.
The Miner and a Major is an experiment in communal living and fantastical form. A New York story of creativity born from hardscrabble circumstance, the project grew out of the joint imagination of...
Sometimes the pursuit of a simple accessory can result in a surprising upshot. Margaret Oomen was well into the process of reappropriating a portion of her dining room for use as a creative studio,...
A Belgian architecture firm transforms a 140-square-foot Dutch military structure into a modern-day vacation retreat.
You've got all the practical furniture you need and even a few statement pieces for added interest (see some of our picks here, here, and here) but now it's time for the finishing touch of any...
A digitally fabricated design in London boasts secret compartments for coralling the trappings of a modern workspace.
In Manhattan, where space is the ultimate luxury, a clever design workaround makes a dining table disappear after supper.
With the classic Murphy bed as muse, Japanese architect Toshihiko Suzuki transformed a standard Airstream into a versatile small wonder.
An exhibition showcasing the ins and outs of Jean Prouvé’s industrial design aesthetic is the final word on the French master’s legacy.
Step back, Jacobsen, Utzon, Kjaerholm, Wegner, and all you other great Danes. When it comes to Danish design domination, the unrivaled champ is undoubtedly the almighty plastic brick—Lego.
A dim Toronto Tudor gets an airy new look, thanks to a top-level remodel and some bright ideas.
When architects Hayes and James Slade of Slade Architecture renovated a three-story brownstone in Brooklyn for Ricky Kenig, the owner of the New York City's ubiquitous Ricky's NYC stores, and his...
In a London house that’s flooded with light, a spiral staircase provides a prismatic path from floor to floor.