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Top 5 Homes of the Week That Rock Their Concrete Features
The industrial material of choice is making its rounds in the residential realm.
A Mesmerizing Pool Dominates This Brazilian Home
A pool with panoramic glass walls becomes an alluring work of art in this Brazilian apartment.
A Portuguese Glass House Uses Surrounding Foliage as a Privacy Screen
A transparent hillside abode outside Porto swerves around existing trees and takes advantage of the lush canopy for privacy.
A Lofty Nature Retreat in Quebec Inspired by Nordic Architecture
This voluminous cabin in Austin, Quebec, has a sharply pitched roof and a bright and lofty interior that’s a surprising contrast...
This Barcelona apartment renovated by Miel Arquitectos and Studio P10 features two micro live-work spaces on either...
10 Space-Saving Interiors For Multifunctional Living
Given the movement of inhabiting smaller, more modest homes, dedicated rooms and room-specific furniture are becoming more and...
Top 5 Homes of the Week That Double as Winter Retreats
With temperatures dropping, our daydreams of hunkering down in a cabin for the next few months are getting more frequent.
The House of a Lifetime
At age 34, Philip M. Isaacson commissioned architect F. Frederick Bruck to design a home for him and his wife. That was 1959.
10 Timeless Midcentury-Modern Homes
It’s been more than five decades since its heyday, yet we still love midcentury modern.
This Multicolor Facelift Owes Much to Modern Art
Abstract expressionist Richard Diebenkorn inspired the fresh coats of paint at this Maryland home.
Home Tour: Theron Humphrey of This Wild Idea
You may know him best for his eye-catching Instagram feed and his beloved coonhound Maddie who has a remarkable ability to...
Decompress at This Boutique Hotel and Yoga Retreat in the Costa Rican Jungle
Studio Saxe has designed a boutique hotel and yoga studio amid the jungle in Nosara, Costa Rica, an area known for the pursuit of...
Performing a New Production on a Worn Stage
There is a tired adage in architecture that the form of a building must follow its function.