In Austin, Texas, architect Sean Guess forges an inventive industrial kitchen for a cost-conscious couple.
Using workaday materials, architect Indra Janda creatively constructs a backyard retreat that looks opaque during the day and glows at night.
When your house includes an industrial design studio, architecture office, and metalwork shop, what more do you need?
In Seattle, an architect transforms a cramped space into a flexible family gathering spot.
A new prefab company represents the future of low-impact affordable housing.
Australian firm Room11 creates a viewing structure that helps visitors understand their surroundings.
Thanks to a folding glass wall and a custom-built bed, dreams of sleeping under the stars came true for a Cincinnati, Ohio, couple.
In the Windy City, a custom walnut slide offers a playful way for a small family of four to glide down to the basement.
Whether sleek and finished or rustic and aged there is something so romantic about exposed beams. Here, we take a look at a variety of designs from hotels to restaurants to homes featuring the...
The Boy Scouts of America builds a sustainable tree house in West Virginia.
A dim Toronto Tudor gets an airy new look, thanks to a top-level remodel and some bright ideas.
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...
Enlisted to renovate an apartment in Manhattan's East Village, architects Melissa Baker and Jon Handley, partners at the firm pulltab design, took inspiration from the city's plethora of...
With the classic Murphy bed as muse, Japanese architect Toshihiko Suzuki transformed a standard Airstream into a versatile small wonder.
When Pamela Butz and Jeffrey Klug, principals of Butz + Klug Architecture, began renovating the master bathroom of a nearly 120-year-old home in Brookline, Massachusetts, they made “all sorts...
This modern log cabin from architecture students at Auburn University was designed to be completed for $20,000—an admirable solution for the down-at-heel looking to put down roots.