A Pair of New York Architects Build the Home of Their Dreams in Oaxaca
A Pair of New York Architects Build the Home of Their Dreams in Oaxaca
Stepping back from their practice in New York City to create a new home in Mexico, a couple of architects find themselves to be challenging clients.
This Rental Near Joshua Tree Is a Desert Escape for the Design Minded
Stepping into the holiday home of interior designer Denise Portmans is like visiting her Los Angeles design shop—a revelation in West Coast style.
A Moscow Apartment Uses Bold Color to Channel Moroccan Medinas
Moscow-based firm CXEMA references the old quarters Morocco’s cities with vibrant hues and a unique approach to the compact layout.
25 Housewarming Gifts for Your Favorite Person That Finally Scored Their Dream Spot
Help your loved ones settle into their new place with these heartwarming gifts that will make any house a home.
Before & After: A Country Home Blossoms in the Ruins of an Old Stone Barn
Type rehabs a rundown stone structure into an elegant dwelling—and then sets about rewilding its site in the English countryside.
This Spruce Cabin in Switzerland Is Like a Grown-Up Tree House
On family property, architect Lionel Ballmer builds a compact home almost entirely out of wood.
This Timber Prefab by Manta North Is What Dreams Are Made Of
The Scandinavian-inspired prefab—a minimalist design that starts at $179K—is one family’s happy place by the sea.
A Striking Home on Stilts Lists for $2.7M in the Santa Monica Mountains
Designed by Ellis David Gelman, this three-bedroom residence is nestled in the heart of wine country.

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