A New Slant
- We've all had that moment, when we either need to purge our books, box them up and stick them in storage, or do something about creating more space for them.
- After living in what was once a poky little Venice, California, bungalow for nearly 20 years, married architects Frank Clementi and Julie Smith-Clementi of the Los Angeles-firm Rios Clementi Hale…
- The great room—a combined living, dining, and cooking space—is one of architecture's great equalizers.
- Clinging to their precarious sloping lots, these houses rise to challenging building sites.
- In Alabama, a commercial building with a multifarious past begins a fresh chapter for a young family after a modern renovation.
- Shipping containers are ubiquitous in Houston, though unlike the four that make up this new home, they're usually filled with foreign goods rather than flourishing lives.
- Architecture gets expensive, so these homebuilders put their creativity to work by designing with plywood. Here's how they saved a buck on materials without looking, well, cheap.
- This week, the New York Times ran a story on summer reading that recommended glossy magazines like Dwell (though we mostly print on matte paper!).