These Are the Most Popular Homes of January 2023
These Are the Most Popular Homes of January 2023
From innovative prefabs to an overhauled Airstream bus, here’s what our readers were most drawn to last month.
A Cork-Clad Extension With Playful Pink Trim Is the Cure-All for Gloomy London Days
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This Chicago Architect’s Vision for a Buzzy Live/Work Space Started With a Café
The rest of Mike Shively’s Brutalist-inspired plan includes his firm’s office, an Airbnb rental, and he and his partner’s luminous residence on the top floor.
Grand Central Madison Is New York City’s Most Transportive Train Station, Thanks to Its Art
Massive mosaics by Yayoi Kusama and Kiki Smith plus more works bring verve and vibe to the city’s new terminal.
Why You Either Love or Hate Brutalism
The concrete history of modern architecture’s most polarizing style.
On the Market: The ‘Entourage’ Mansion, a Tiny Skyscraper, and More Great Homes for Sale This Week
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17 Projects That Use “Ugly” Materials in Beautiful Ways
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Mahogany, Cherry, Walnut, Oh My—This Rebuilt Maine Cabin Is a Wooden Wonder
And that’s not all—the listed 1960s home comes with private shorefront access and views of Acadia National Park.

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