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A Home's High Ceilings Are Responsible for Some Impressive Views
An architect with a taste for unconventional living spaces creates a small house at lofty heights with a starring view.
Views Stretch to Mexico at This Hard-Edged Texas Home
Mining inspiration from the mountains of West Texas, two architects burrow a home into the terrain.
It Looks Like a Playland but This Home Works Hard
A toddler, a pup, and their parents fit onto a 16.5-foot-wide plot in an inner suburb of Melbourne.
A Home with Eclectic Style Looks Just Right
A couple bring cohesion to an architectural mishmash in San Francisco.
Not Just Skating By
For years, professional skateboarder Rob Dyrdek has ranted about wanting to build a skate plaza: a skate park integrated into the...
A Skateboarding Devotee Gets the Lounge of His Dreams
As young ones, we all dreamed of turning our rooms into the most epic pillow forts, tree houses, or any number of far-fetched...
"It's used 100 percent of the time, by the entire city," Dyrdek says of the Kettering Skate Plaza.
At the symbolic heart of Philadelphia lies John F. Kennedy (JFK) Plaza, more commonly called Love Park after a Robert Indiana...
The bar was built to complement the skate bowl with a design that would work in tandem with it. A black Smeg...
The company stays close to its roots with the Lollygagger longboard, teaming up with skate company Grow Anthology to...
A bedroom occupies the top of each tower; a ladder leads to a sleeping nook and an east-facing window seat in the...
Mixed marble bathroom in New City, NY, from Sotheby's International...
Platner designed his own house in Guilford, Connecticut, in 1970, as a set of pavilions centered on a great room.
This Lake House Is a Living Piece of Architecture History
A retired couple retreats to the modern masterpiece by Richard Meier.
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