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An Irresistible Midcentury in Massachusetts Asks $700K
An Irresistible Midcentury in Massachusetts Asks $700K
For the purist searching for an unadulterated piece of midcentury design, 540 Nichols Street in Norwood, Massachusetts, outside of Boston, is a pristine time capsule.
Spend an Unforgettable Night in Denmark's New LEGO House
Spend an Unforgettable Night in Denmark's New LEGO House
LEGO and Airbnb have teamed up to offer some lucky winners a night in an architect’s dream house filled with 25,000 LEGO bricks.
An 1850s Farmhouse in Iowa City Gets a Modern Makeover
An 1850s Farmhouse in Iowa City Gets a Modern Makeover
A modest 1850s farmhouse gets an addition and renovation that respect the vernacular of rural Iowa while modernizing the residence.
This Venetian Apartment Is Bursting With Incredible European Furnishings
This Venetian Apartment Is Bursting With Incredible European Furnishings
A renovation breathes new life into an apartment and its access stairwell in a historic Venetian building.
This Compact Apartment in NYC Is Full of Crafty Solutions
This Compact Apartment in NYC Is Full of Crafty Solutions
A transforming apartment in New York offers ingenious solutions for making the most of limited square footage.
A LEED Gold Weekend Home Embraces the Ontario Landscape
A LEED Gold Weekend Home Embraces the Ontario Landscape
This all-white LEED Gold home is undoubtedly modern, but takes cues from the historic precedent of the longhouse to bring the outdoors in.
6 Tiny Outdoor Pavilions Inspired by Japanese Tearooms
6 Tiny Outdoor Pavilions Inspired by Japanese Tearooms
A "chashitsu," which literally means “tearoom” in Japanese, is a freestanding, pavilion-like structure that was used for tea ceremonies, contemplation, and meditation in ancient...
A New Hip Roof Rejuvenates a California-Style Bungalow in Melbourne
A New Hip Roof Rejuvenates a California-Style Bungalow in Melbourne
This Melbourne house inspired by California bungalows was renovated and extended without neglecting its original form or architectural language.
These Condos Would Be a Dream For Anyone Who Works Remotely
These Condos Would Be a Dream For Anyone Who Works Remotely
According to the New York Times, 43 percent of Americans said they spent at least some time working remotely last year—and residential developers are responding to this new way of...
A Guide to Shou Sugi Ban and 8 Homes Featuring the Japanese Technique
A Guide to Shou Sugi Ban and 8 Homes Featuring the Japanese Technique
The ancient Japanese technique of shou sugi ban was traditionally used to protect wood by charring it and leaving behind a thick carbonized layer of blackness—and it's currently...
Soak In the Greatness of This Gorgeous Melbourne Addition
Soak In the Greatness of This Gorgeous Melbourne Addition
Pandolfini Architects melds steel, concrete, and oak in an elegant, double-height rear addition to a 100-year-old residence.
Check Out 2 Beautifully Renovated Eichlers For Sale in San Francisco
Check Out 2 Beautifully Renovated Eichlers For Sale in San Francisco
Both in San Francisco’s Diamond Heights neighborhood, these two exemplary Eichlers are shining examples of the prolific midcentury developer’s work in the Bay Area.
An Incredible Brazilian Home That Celebrates Art, Travel, and Nature
An Incredible Brazilian Home That Celebrates Art, Travel, and Nature
In Franca, Brazil, mf+arquitetos designs a unique residence for their art-loving client in just five months.
A Showstopping Midcentury in New Canaan Hits the Market
A Showstopping Midcentury in New Canaan Hits the Market
Sleek and timeless, the DeSilver House in the midcentury modern hotbed of New Canaan, Connecticut, is now up for sale—with its architectural integrity happily intact.
An Amazing Home in Brooklyn Made Out of 21 Shipping Containers
An Amazing Home in Brooklyn Made Out of 21 Shipping Containers
Sited on a typical 25-by-100-foot corner lot in Brooklyn’s Williamsburg neighborhood, this 5,000-square-foot residence was built with 21 stacked shipping containers cut diagonally...
A Pink Corridor Connects the Past With the Present in a Victorian Cottage
A Pink Corridor Connects the Past With the Present in a Victorian Cottage
A brick and fuchsia tunnel creates a time warp in this semi-detached Victorian in a Melbourne suburb.
A Midcentury Gem by a Famed Indiana Architect Offered at $450K
A Midcentury Gem by a Famed Indiana Architect Offered at $450K
Built in 1958, the alluring Indianapolis property features expansive walls of glass, soaring ceilings, and walnut casework.
7 Inspiring Solutions For Disaster Relief Housing
7 Inspiring Solutions For Disaster Relief Housing
Inspired by a builder's response to the devastating wildfires across California, we're taking a look at seven recent designs for disaster relief housing from architects around the...
Get an Exclusive Sneak Peek of a New Short Film on Columbus, Indiana
Get an Exclusive Sneak Peek of a New Short Film on Columbus, Indiana
The documentary plays companion to the critically-acclaimed film Columbus starring John Cho, which is now available on iTunes.
Meet 3 Robots That Could Be Changing the Construction Industry
Meet 3 Robots That Could Be Changing the Construction Industry
We introduce you to three companies with innovative robotic systems that could be bringing a lot of change to home construction.

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