Sam Eichblatt is a freelance journalist specializing in design, architecture, and culture. Currently the New York-based contributing editor for HOME magazine, she also writes for a range of international media, including Dwell, Monocle and Curbed.com, and a range of travel titles.

Forever Changes
A couple reconfigure a dilapidated Brooklyn brownstone and prepare it for the 21st century.
A Tiny Footprint Isn’t So Bad When You Live in a Tower
In a popular New Zealand enclave, two homeowners buck the bigger-is-better building trend with a modest getaway tucked into the...
Two Tiny Cabins Chose Simplicity Over Size
Two modest cabins in coastal New Zealand make waves with their respectful approach toward their environment.
A Home's High Ceilings Are Responsible for Some Impressive Views
An architect with a taste for unconventional living spaces creates a small house at lofty heights with a starring view.
An Off-the-Grid Prefab that Combines Open Plan Living with Rugged Durability
In Tasmania, an eco-conscious architect builds a vacation home that can stand up to an untamed island.
A Gracious London Terrace House Is Reborn with Salvaged Materials
Restored along a modern heritage theme, this family home in north London is full of unexpected elements, from beautiful vintage...