Stuff I like
The Skyward House
Dwelling in a tiny Tokyo apartment for decades, the school teacher had dreamed of a vegetable and flower garden with a little...
Getting to this Tiny Prefab Cabin in Western Norway Is an Adventure
A lakeside prefab in Norway is a study in idyllic seclusion.
Tiny Studio Cabin by Hinterland Design
It doesn't get much more idyllic than this: An illustrator of children's books who lives on the Sunshine Coast of British...
A Tiny Cabin is This Writer's Off the Grid Getaway
On an island 20 miles off the coast of Maine, a writer, with the help of his daughter, built not only a room but an entire green...
A Minimal Writer's Retreat in the Pacific Northwest
Lowering the shutters on this small writer’s retreat completely exposes the interior to the site’s impressive island views.
Long Island Found
When the Fisher family’s 1960s Long Island beach bungalow started to crumble, they sought an architect who’d preserve the home’s...
Eighteen-foot-long ribs run from top to bottom to form the treehouse's struts.
Kid-Friendly Treehouse in Upstate New York
An inventive, freestanding “tree house” built by an architectural designer for her family grows in Garrison, New York.
How to Style Your Apartment (Without Losing Your Security Deposit)
The designers at Homee, an app bringing ease and simplicity to the home furnishing process, have some thoughtful tips and tricks...
© Vojteck Ketz courtesy of Marta Nowicka & Co.
Architecture and design by Workshop...
The Everyday Carry of a Creative Duo: Early Work
Early Work is driven by an instinct to subtract and simplify.
Poll: Why Buy Real vs. Fake Furniture?
Your answer may be printed in an upcoming issue.
The Woodman’s Treehouse
The Woodman’s Treehouse transports its guests into a green wonderland where uninterrupted views of the forest and modern comforts...
At AutoCamp, Sleep in a Slice of Americana for $225 a Night
Nestled in the Russian River Valley, AutoCamp’s custom Airstream trailers and midcentury pavilion provide a boutique camping...
Japanese Home Among the Trees Uses Bookshelves and Glass for Walls
An established Japanese architecture firm with a yen for porous, indoor-outdoor living spaces crafts a hilltop perch for a young...