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An exterior view of the terrace of the Earl Stein house designed by Alden B. Dow.

6 Modern Homes with Copper Designs and Craft

Warm and malleable, copper is one of humanity's oldest metallic mediums for art and craftsmanship. Architects and artisans have always used its pliability and reactivity—it oxidizes to a bright green—to their advantage, producing supple, richly hued creations. That tradition continues with these six homes.
October 27, 2015
Monochromatic Loft Room in Copenhagen Townhouse

5 Muuto Designs in Modern Homes

Muuto continues the long Scandinavian tradition of modern, organic, functional design. Explore these example of their lighting, furniture, and more.
October 27, 2015
IST Slovakian Farmhouse by Peter Jurkovič

6 Modern Media Rooms

Whether streaming a series or reading a book, these hangouts are designed for unwinding.
October 27, 2015
Classic wall clock with distinctive markers

Check the Time with Classic Clocks and Watches

From the classic wall clock used throughout Switzerland’s railway system to Arne Jacobsen iconic clocks—and the watches derived from them—this assortment of timepieces celebrates precise functionality and timeless design.
October 26, 2015
Modern small space in New Zealand with deck and lofted bedroom with shelving

Green, Tiny, Budget-Friendly: 5 Resourceful New Zealand Houses

These smart houses in New Zealand make significant savings, whether that be in energy, square footage, or cost.
October 26, 2015
The classic yellow Robin Day chairs from Habitat perfectly complement the purple Jack light by Tom Dixon. Piers designed and built the table when he was in architecture school.

6 Tom Dixon Designs in Modern Homes

Simple and sculptural, explore how these Tom Dixon pieces shape the space around them.
October 26, 2015
Custom Carocim tiles in shower.

6 Rooms with Vibrant Moroccan Tiles

Following a history of craftsmanship and architecture in Middle Eastern, Moroccan tiles are made from enameled terra cotta whose edges are hand-bevelled to achieve a precise edge. The name "Moroccan" has expanded to include a range of modern products, even those made from cement, that form geometric patterns. They add a rich layer of tradition and texture to any room.
October 26, 2015
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