A 19th-Century Carriage House Is Transformed Into a Live/Work Residence for a Pair of Artists
Two artists transform a 19th-century carriage house into a home where they can both live and create.
A charcoal triptych by Gina Jacupke hangs above the Living Divani bed in the master suite.
Nature Drove the Design of This Sculptural, Cor-Ten Steel House in Northern California
Nature informs every aspect of a Northern California residence.
DZINE Concept did the interior design throughout. The dining room features a Liquid table by Baxter and Charme chairs from Busnelli.
In the kitchen, bar stools by Living Divani pull up to an island with Bretonstone countertops; the faucet is by Blanco.
The living room features a sectional sofa and leather chair by Zanotta, coffee tables by Porro, a Kymo rug, and a floor lamp from Flos.
Heavenly Converted Churches
Regardless of your spiritual leanings, these reimagined former churches will have you feeling inspired.
Sargam Griffin’s Art Doors Make A Colorful Entrance
Interior doors can be taken for granted. However, they are much more important than some may think.
An Impressive 20-Foot Skylight Transforms a Jumbled Chicago Home
By opening up the atrium of a historic residence in Chicago, an architect shows it may take more than a first (or second) draft...
A San Francisco Greek Restaurant That's Become a Neighborhood Staple
Tucked in a cozy space in San Francisco’s Hayes Valley is a bustling Greek restaurant that puts a refreshing spin on traditional...
A Weekend in Portland: Part II
Follow us as we fly through our second day in Portland, and finish out our whirlwind weekend with a bang.
An Architect's Home and Studio Rises Above Rajagiriya
Twenty minutes from the Sri Lankan capital of Colombo, architect Palinda Kannangara builds himself a rugged home and studio.
While R3 wanted to build a seemingly unbreakable space by utilizing heavy materials such as the zinc-coated pipes on the wall, the interior also offers built-in comforts, like the small table space and wraparound sofa built.  Custom casework reduces clutter in the small space and humanizes the angular interior.
"It was supposed to be as naked as possible," says Alexandru Popescu, one of the members of R3Architetti who helped design and build the 3 Vaults apartment. "The furniture is absolutely included in the architecture; it’s more like an indoor landscape instead of a typical open plan." The kitchen exemplifies their approach, with textured concrete walls contrasting with wood panels and salvaged industrial lighting. The table, custom built by R3Architetti, is made in part from pipes procured from one of their fathers, a plumber.
Vega Norge, Erik Kolman Janush
Vega Norge, Erik Kolman Janush
How to Age Gracefully in Japan
An architect designs a retreat of pointed huts to serve an elderly community.