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A Tiny House in the Backyard Perfect to Host Guests
It is not easy to design the interior of a tiny house without making compromises in style or functionality.
Lara and Ethan Pagnier have hosted over 40 travelers since joining Airbnb, and it's easy to see what attracts them.
The triangle is the home’s leitmotiv, appearing in the cantilevered bedroom module and the steps approaching the...
A circular tower echoes the former gas storage cylinder that once occupied its place.
The One-of-a-Kind Home of the Late Architect John Black Lee Drops to $750K
For those on the market for a unique dwelling that was designed and inhabited by an iconic midcentury architect, feast your eyes...
Surf Shacks 032 - Matt Olerio + Joanna Zamora
It’s a story that never gets old: young creative couple moves from the hustle and bustle of the city to quieter, greener (or...
Modern, Lakeside Living in Minneapolis
Million dollar lake views play nicely with a modest, down-to-earth aesthetic.
It Takes a Village
On Washington's lush Bainbridge Island, one community strives for quality of life as a sustainable initiative.
A maple tree grows through an ipe deck in the garden that Mary Barensfeld designed for a family in Berkeley, California.
This Tiny New England Cottage Is a No-Frills Weekend Hideaway
A one-room retreat outside Providence, Rhode Island, takes up no more space than a standard two-car garage.
A Mini-Home With Mega-Views
At just 430 square feet, an artist's retreat takes advantage of the surrounding scenery to define interior spaces without...
Sustainability is the Centerpiece of This New Austin Development
In the Texas capital's transit-oriented Mueller development, architect Michael Hsu proposes a modern take on row house living.
In the master bathroom, the Smiths worked with a Boston-based company, Artaic, on the mosaic tile.
The living room floor is made of Australian cypress with a tung oil finish.
A Kubrick-Esque Farmhouse Kicks Its Fossil Fuel Habit
The owner of an outdoor furniture company updates a 19th-century farmhouse.
A Surprise Hides in this Tokyo Parking Garage
An 800-car parking structure is transformed into a subterranean shopping experience in a Tokyo fashion icon's latest venture.
Via Dezeen, photo by Hausaufmoen.
Via v2 newswire, photo by...
The rivets in the corrugated aluminum siding run both horizontally and vertically.
The nightstands were fashioned from concrete blocks that were rescued from the street outside the building.
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