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A Spacious Toronto Triplex Responds to Rising Urban Density
A third story packs a wealth of new spaces and functions into this renovated Toronto home.
Narrow Modernist Three-Story Home in Toronto
Facing tight building codes and an even tighter space, Karen White and David MacNaughtan needed an architect who could turn...
A Compact Three-Story Brick Loft in San Francisco
Making the most of vertical space unleashes the potential of a petite San Francisco project.
At His 350-Square-Foot Apartment, Small Space Champion Graham Hill Practices What He Preaches
The seasoned micro-dweller challenges himself to downsize yet again.
A blue book case adds a bit of color to the bright interior.
Andy Hong tunes out with his hi-fi system in the living area of his ground floor.
Fekete and de Loera at work in their new space.
The facade was outfitted with a commercial-grade storefront window.
This Modern Boston Renovation Expertly Mixes in Colorful Craft Finds
A world of craftsmanship is on display at MASS Design Group cofounder Alan Ricks’ home.
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The building’s exterior includes a 3-D mural of Cesar Chavez conceptualized by Perez’s son, Adrian.
With a nod to the Burgh’s industrial heritage, and an eye toward the new, Jeff Walz replaced an aging farmhouse with a chic steel...
Much of the charm of this small, affordable space is its sense of careful clutter.
The vestibule is painted in Benjamin Moore’s coral-hued Hot Spice and covered in a Cuban-inspired floral wallpaper by...
A Design Duo Takes Over A Whole Factory
We can only imagine all the fun these designers must be having at home.
A 1930s Tudor Home Brightens Up in Toronto
A Toronto couple remodel their home with a special emphasis on a spacious kitchen and a material-rich bathroom.
New Kid on the Block
With sensitivity to local building typologies, fresh construction finds a place in Amsterdam.
When it comes to material originality, this former tavern in Chicago’s trendy Bucktown neighborhood pulls out all the stops.
The shipping containers were stacked, joined with steel tubes, and lashed to reinforced floor joints to make them...
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