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Slow Down Time at This Dreamy New Eco Hotel in Oaxaca, Mexico
Slow Down Time at This Dreamy New Eco Hotel in Oaxaca, Mexico
Set on the shores of Puerto Escondido, Casona Sforza is a restorative escape inspired by ancient traditions.
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An Architect’s Weekend Home Along the French Riviera Borrows Stones From Ancient Ruins
Inside an old restaurant erected using pieces of the Trophy of Augustus, architect Jeremy Biermann layers in more locally sourced materials to create a family retreat.
Ask an Expert: Why Remodel When You Can Build New?
Acclaimed architect Jared Levy shares his expertise with prefab design and dives into how his team at Connect Homes is streamlining the entire build process.
Jungalow Founder Justina Blakeney’s Ode to the Outdoor Shower
Jungalow Founder Justina Blakeney’s Ode to the Outdoor Shower
A Los Angeles designer known for her interiors overflowing with flora celebrates bathing en plein air.
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The Best Outdoor Accessories for Every Kind of Summer Shindig
From backyard campouts to intimate weddings, here’s everything you need to host the perfect warm-weather event.
John Legend and Chrissy Teigen Are Selling Their Beverly Hills Estate for $18M
After purchasing the lavish property from Rihanna in 2016, the famous couple are seeking a new buyer for their 8,520-square-foot mansion in Los Angeles.
A Family of Five Adds a Whimsical Tree House to Their Slice of Paradise in Northern California
A rope bridge slung across a ravine leads to an imaginative retreat by San Francisco–based artist and designer Jay Nelson.
Rental Revamp: A Brooklyn Designer Proves That 88 Square Feet Don’t Have to Feel Small
Joshua Skirtich’s pegboard wall and pulley-system closet serve as clutter control in his Bushwick live/work space.
An Architect’s Weekend Home Balances on a Rocky Slope in the Stockholm Archipelago
Rickard Rotstein brings a lifetime of experience to the design of his own Swedish summerhouse.
Plant Stylist Hilton Carter’s Serendipitous Flea Market Find
For the designer, the wooden tiger head–turned–plant holder signifies life’s fateful coincidences.
Playful, Horseshoe-Shaped Holes Punch Through the Walls of  Converted Stables
Playful, Horseshoe-Shaped Holes Punch Through the Walls of Converted Stables
Estudio JI Arquitectos transforms a dilapidated shed in southeastern Spain into a weekend retreat and horse haven.
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An Oral History of the Parklet
Designers, urbanists, and activists dive into the past, present, and future of the idea that saved dining out during the pandemic.
A Nearly Invisible “Hytte” Rises From a High Plateau in Norway
Snøhetta puts a contemporary twist on the traditional Norwegian ski cabin.
A Professor-Turned-Farmer’s Circular Hawaii Home Takes Full Advantage of Mesmerizing Views
Behind the stylized, surfboard-inspired architecture of Craig Steely’s latest experiment on the Big Island is a simple house guided by the routines of farm life.
This May Be the Most Ecologically Ambitious Home Renovation on the Planet
On Bainbridge Island, off the Washington coast, Charlie Hellstern Interior Design and The Miller Hull Partnership create the first residential remodel to achieve Living Building...
Q&A: Walter Hood’s Vision for Renewing Neglected Urban Spaces
The celebrated Oakland artist and designer wants policymakers to reinvest in written-off neighborhoods.
A Charred Cedar Barn Replaces a Tumbledown Garage in Connecticut
Architect Aya Maceda designs a finely tuned space for a New England family to shelter cars, storage, and overnight guests.
IKEA Turns to Regional Makers and Artisans for a Handcrafted Summer Collection
The new LOKALT line of housewares features expressive designs from Jordan, Thailand, and India.
Honeycomb-Inspired HOMB Prefabs Tackle Tricky Building Sites
The HOMB system by Skylab Architecture and Method Homes fashions custom prefabs out of 100-square-foot, triangular modules.
An Original Venice Craftsman With a Striking Mullet Addition Lists for $6.5M
After a careful site relocation and renovation, the 1907 cottage now includes a metal-clad extension with floor-to-ceiling windows.
We’ve Got the Scoop on the Best Online Sales to Shop Right Now
From Mother’s Day savings to can’t-miss deals on Memorial Day weekend, these are the sales you don’t want to sleep on.
A Courtyard House in Austin Resembles a “Reverse Coconut”
Murray Legge Architecture creates a flexible, budget-conscious home for a German expat on a shared lot in East Austin.
A Luminous Brooklyn Townhouse With Double-Height Ceilings Seeks $3.3M
Built in 1899, the renovated residence includes four spacious levels, with a separate, rental-ready apartment on the ground floor.
These 20 Homes With Arched Doorways Are Way Ahead of the Curve
Arches date back to ancient days, but they can add refined elegance to any space—no matter the room, style, or era.
Before & After: A Yoga Teacher’s Growing Studio Spurs a Sensational Home Renovation
Robert Hutchison Architecture expands a 1967 residence near Seattle to facilitate larger classes and a better relationship with nature.
A One-Off Art Exhibition Provides a Glimpse Inside an Unsung Midcentury in New York
Architect Gerald Luss, who designed the interiors of the Time & Life Building, is granting visitors access to his 1955 residence with a curated display of contemporary art and...
A Dutch Couple Are the First Tenants of This Boulder-Shaped 3D-Printed Home
The Flintstones-style home in Eindhoven is the first legally habitable house in Europe with 3D-printed load-bearing walls.
Actress Tallulah Willis Lists Her 1920s Hollywood Hills Home for $1.9M
Tucked away on a large corner lot in a coveted Los Angeles enclave, the charming residence features bright living spaces and a dreamy backyard oasis.
A 19th-Century Converted Theater Lists for $2M Near Copenhagen
Situated in a Danish suburb with plenty of forests and lakes, the dramatic villa features rustic charm and staggering amounts of space.
A Glass Courtyard Brings the Garden Inside a London Terrace House
Architect Amos Goldreich had three clients to consider in this renovation: Graham, Steve, and the greenery they’d tended for decades.