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This Hip Austin Home Is Strategically Connected to its Vibrant Neighborhood
This Hip Austin Home Is Strategically Connected to its Vibrant Neighborhood
Edgy and functional, a home in the heart of Austin is punctuated by expansive windows and doors from Marvin.
A Family Home in Australia Features a Playful Version of the Classic Pitched Roof
A Family Home in Australia Features a Playful Version of the Classic Pitched Roof
An architect's creative reinterpretation of a traditional pitched roof sets a property apart from its neighbors.
A Helpful Guide to Living Room Lighting
A Helpful Guide to Living Room Lighting
Even if your living area is endowed with ample natural daylight, it's imperative to think carefully about lighting to make sure your space is illuminated the way you want during...
Kevin Roche on How He Got His Start—Nodding Off in an Interview With Eero Saarinen
Kevin Roche on How He Got His Start—Nodding Off in an Interview With Eero Saarinen
The Pritzker Prize–winning architect reflects on his achievements and his mentor.
10 Things You Need to Know About Isamu Noguchi
10 Things You Need to Know About Isamu Noguchi
On his birthday, we remember Japanese-American artist, designer, and activist Isamu Noguchi (1904-1988) for a legacy of profoundly imaginative, engaging work.
Top 5 Homes of the Week With Captivating Kitchens
Top 5 Homes of the Week With Captivating Kitchens
From unique pendant lighting to interesting cabinetry, how you design your kitchen can be just as admirable as what you create in it. Browse through our editor's favorite homes...
Nearly 80 Years Later, an Architect Rescues a Japanese-Inspired  Masterwork Designed by His Father
Nearly 80 Years Later, an Architect Rescues a Japanese-Inspired Masterwork Designed by His Father
New owners of an influential Portland, Oregon, house by Pietro Belluschi discover there’s more than architecture on the property.
Vancouver’s Savio Volpe Is a Playful New Take on the Italian Osteria
Vancouver’s Savio Volpe Is a Playful New Take on the Italian Osteria
Savio Volpe, a glimmering restaurant in a sleepy nook in Vancouver, is frequented—as the story goes—by a dandy fox with a penchant for good Italian food.
Yale Architecture Students Build a House For the Homeless
Yale Architecture Students Build a House For the Homeless
Since 1967, part of the Yale School of Architecture’s first year curriculum is to provide New Haven with structures and housing to serve the community.
A Melbourne Midcentury Gets a Palm Springs-Inspired Revival
A Melbourne Midcentury Gets a Palm Springs-Inspired Revival
Built in 1964 and originally designed by architect Harry Ernest, a worn-down home undergoes an overhaul that embraces the spirit of the original.
Hand-Built by a Famed Queensland Architect, This Unique Abode Asks $228K
Hand-Built by a Famed Queensland Architect, This Unique Abode Asks $228K
At age 70, Eddie Oribin built the house for himself and his wife to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary.
This Puget Sound Fortress Is Braced For a Tsunami
This Puget Sound Fortress Is Braced For a Tsunami
Situated in a high-velocity flood zone on Camano Island in Washington's Puget Sound, this home is a force of its own.
You Wouldn't Expect the Rooftop Addition on This American Foursquare in Portland
You Wouldn't Expect the Rooftop Addition on This American Foursquare in Portland
LEVER Architecture calls the project the Fivesquare in reference to the modern glass box that now crowns the traditional Foursquare home.
A Chic Detroit Hotel Showcases Local Art and Craft
A Chic Detroit Hotel Showcases Local Art and Craft
From a large-scale exterior mural to custom light fixtures, the Trumbull & Porter Hotel celebrates local culture and creativity.
Gaudí's Fantastic Casa Vicens Opens to the Public For the First Time
Gaudí's Fantastic Casa Vicens Opens to the Public For the First Time
Completed in 1885, architect Antoni Gaudí’s first residential project opens today as a museum in Barcelona’s Gràcia district.
Live Out Frank Lloyd Wright’s Usonian Vision in This Home That’s Asking $725K
Live Out Frank Lloyd Wright’s Usonian Vision in This Home That’s Asking $725K
On the market for only the second time, the Anderson House in Pleasantville, New York, was built in 1950 as part of the iconic architect’s idyllic Usonia community.
The Parallelogram House Helps Reshape a Sleepy Canadian City
The Parallelogram House Helps Reshape a Sleepy Canadian City
With an unusually angular house, a Canadian studio builds on a practice known for striking silhouettes.
Herschel Supply's New Shanghai Office Revives the Lane House Style
Herschel Supply's New Shanghai Office Revives the Lane House Style
Herschel Supply Co.'s modern office in Shanghai looks to the city’s fast-disappearing architectural heritage for inspiration and salvaged materials.
The Ideal Home For You, Based on Your Zodiac Sign
The Ideal Home For You, Based on Your Zodiac Sign
Fiery go-getter or airy dreamer, down-to-earth or deep thinker—find a home that suits your sign.
We Asked 25 American Makers About the State of Manufacturing (Plus Their Top Designs)
We Asked 25 American Makers About the State of Manufacturing (Plus Their Top Designs)
Domestic design is an important marker of culture. But it’s not easy to make beautiful things that last and are produced in America.

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