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Explore 12 of Our Favorite Homes in Portland
Known for its natural beauty and rich culture, Portland has become a proud hub of architectural excellence.
This Light-Filled Industrial Renovation Plays Host to Live Music
In Portland, Oregon, a renovated warehouse fuses engineering and artistry, much like its owners.
This House Doesn't Hold Back and Embraces the Desert
At the base of Echo Mountain in Phoenix, a geometric home by Wendell Burnette opens up to the surrounding desert landscape.
Raumplan House by Alberto Campo Baeza
Raumplan House is a minimal residence located in Madrid, Spain, designed by Alberto Campo Baeza.
They affixed a chunk of Mountain Calcutta marble to a wall-mounted mirror to hold jewelry during fittings.
C58 - Dressing Table by London–based designer Florian Schmid is a seemingly rudimentary form comprised of a circular...
R-Zero crafted the tables and benches out of wood and metal.
Attic living area. Petit-Musc A by Atelier Boteko.
Separating the living room from a smaller seating area is a polished concrete courtyard that can be used for quiet...
The cantilevered “outboard units” of the WoZoCo seniors’ housing complex in Amsterdam maximize daylight in the...
Elsewhere, the blocks accommodate other uses, like support for a built-in table and benches in the kitchen and a...
This 390-Square-Foot Renovation Is Compact Yet Comfortable in Greenwich Village
An architect revamps a pint-sized Manhattan apartment for a couple on the go.
Salver Table is a minimal table created by China-based designer UMN design.
Norm’s design directorship for Menu includes introducing its own products, like the Wire Basket, Norm Floor Mirror, and...
The same philosophy inspired the quirky window- sill flowerpot recess.
The living features a sofa from Engell; a suspended Parentesi lamp by Achille Castiglioni and Pio Manzù for Flos...
Mini Mania
During the holidays a friend sent me a link to these pendants of miniature classic mid-century modern chairs.
Customization Comes to the Masses
Three new startups offer software-based tools for made-to-order furniture and housewares.
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