All the cool "extras" for the future house
Formerly a Farm Workers' Cottage, This Cool Norfolk Home Costs Just Over $1 Million
Once a cottage for farm workers, this house—which overlooks the Salthouse Marshes on the north coast of Norfolk—has been...
8 Modern In-Law Units
You may recognize an Accessory Dwelling Unit (or ADU) by one of its many other names, including in-law unit, granny flat, laneway...
Timeless design on a smaller scale.
Compact bedrooms mean more space for communal areas.
The rear of the house looks onto a lush backyard.
Make Your Parents Happy by Building Them a House
This seaside New Zealand house is a family affair.
The Dos and Don'ts of Building Your Own Chicken Coop
Some quick tips that'll help you design at the drop of a feather.
A Round Pennsylvania Prefab Offers 360-Degree Solutions in Sustainability
An environmental engineer looks to Deltec Homes to build a round prefab that provides views of a forested Pennsylvania landscape...
10 Bright and Airy Modern Attic Renovations
If you are looking to add square footage—without a move—an attic renovation can be a fantastic solution.
10 Prefab Garage Solutions For Auto Enthusiasts
No longer just a container for your car, washer/dryer, and forgotten belongings, the garage can be transformed into a functional,...
Ship Shape: An Austin Home With a Shipping Container Addition Asks $499K
Patrice Rios, founder of interior design firm Troo Designs and custom shipping container business Sige&Honey, has combined her...
Modern Shipping Container Home in San Francisco
Two San Francisco art and travel addicts overhauled a loft—and customized a pair of shipping containers—to accommodate their...
You’d Never Guess This Home Used to Be an Auto Body Shop
Each week, we tap into Dwell's Instagram community to bring you the most captivating design and architecture shots of the week.
When the firm first arrived on the site, the second floor of the property was so badly damaged that it was at risk of...
This Architect's Home Embraces Oceanfront Views
Architect Jonathan Segal and his son Matthew Segal built the Cresta to capitalize on Southern California’s balmy climate.