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Brooklyn Home Keeps its Historic Bones While Getting a Much Needed Interior Update
A creative couple flips the script on their family home, a former workman’s cottage on the northern edge of Brooklyn.
7 Brooklyn Row Houses Renovations
The dream of owning a Brooklyn brownstone is just one of many reasons why people make the move to the popular outer borough.
This Revived 19th-Century Home Keeps Its Character Even With a Minimalist Interior
A renovation brings this abode into the present.
An Updated 1845 Brooklyn Home Hits the Market at $2.95M
Step back in time in this historic Brooklyn residence that has 2,150 square feet of beautifully renovated living spaces, along...
Same Bones, New Materials—A Double Gable Eichler Gets a Dashing Update
When it comes to remodeling a classic Eichler home, what are the first considerations that pop into your mind? For many, it’s...
Before & After: A Brooklyn Kitchen Shines After a Much-Needed Renovation
A dark and outdated kitchen in a 100-year-old Brooklyn townhouse is transformed into a bright and contemporary space with plenty...
An Updated Historic Loft in Manhattan Is Listed For $4.5M
Housed within an iconic pre-war building in SoHo, this airy abode is packed with history and design.
A Midcentury Home Receives a Subtle Update in a Historic Community Near Seattle
Robert Hutchison Architecture transforms a 1950s dwelling into a functional family home that respects the Pacific Northwest...
A Bare-Bones Brick Home in London Has Its Breakthrough Moment
A team of architects uses the bones of a midcentury eyesore to create a new home for a family of seven.
A Midcentury Home Keeps the History Alive
With new owners, a locally-renowned midcentury home in Los Angeles begins a fresh chapter.
A Barn-Style L.A. Home Keeps it Cool With a Crisp, Minimalist Interior
Laney LA built this black-and-white home in Culver City, California, with the help of its curious and creative owners.
Family Home Renovation in Brooklyn
For most homeowners, the goal of renovating is to transform an existing space into an idealized domicile.
This Historic Melbourne Home Hides a Curvaceous Dreamscape Within its Walls
An Edwardian residence in Melbourne is updated, enlarged, and reimagined with a circular poolside pavilion.
A Renovated Melbourne Bungalow Keeps its Clapboard Character
Outside cladding continues inside this updated and extended bungalow, which now enjoys a breezy garden connection.
A Seaside Home Near Barcelona Gets a Bright Update With a Top-Level Library
Enric Rojo Arquitectura transforms a multilevel townhouse in Catalonia to evolve with its longtime residents.
A Terrace Home in London Gets a Luminous Extension While Keeping a Low Profile
Hunkered under a green roof, a new indoor/outdoor addition by Turner Architects breathes fresh life into a family home.
This Live/Work Home in Philadelphia Gets Its Layout From the Renaissance
A blackened cube makes for a striking addition to a historic Philadelphia neighborhood.
A Classic Midcentury Home in Napa Gets a Kitchen That Complements its History
Janet and Mark Hall moved into their 1,700-square-foot midcentury home in Napa knowing it would be the perfect place to unwind.
An Airy Addition to a Historic Boise Home
An airy addition on the back of a historic house in Boise is a model of sensitive renovation, seamlessly melding new and old.
A Dome-Shaped Austin Home Gets a Kitchen Worthy of its History
A long-awaited renovation flips the script for a historic dome home with an awkward and outdated kitchen.
Need a Breather? Get Lost in This Mesmerizing Garden in France
A historic French estate inspired by Claude Monet has been revived as a neo-futurist garden with otherworldly art and...
This Jet-Black Home in Australia Keeps Its Cool in More Ways Than One
The interiors of Federal House rely solely on natural ventilation, while a black exterior provides a shield from the subtropical...
This Brooklyn Loft Keeps 2,500 Books Tidy With Angled Shelves
Set at a 45-degree angle, the staggered shelves in Publisher’s Loft create a colorful, three-dimensional motif while maximizing...
A Historic Icelandic Midcentury Gets an Alluring Modern Twist
In Iceland, a midcentury single-family home originally designed by iconic architect Guðmundur Kr. Kristinsson is treated to a...
Knoll Gets in Touch With Its Bauhaus Roots
“Knoll Celebrates Bauhaus” explores the link between the company and the legendary school—and their joint impact on the course of...
A Once-Derelict London House Restored With Modern Elegance
This older West London home must have once seemed beyond repair.
A Sleek Australian Dwelling Keeps its Cool With Passive Design
Outside Melbourne, a light-filled residence with a private garden cuts a narrow figure to minimize solar impact.
An International Style Midcentury Masterpiece in Denver Gets a Meticulous Update
A couple brings the wow factor back to a 20th-century home in Denver.
The Trellis That Keeps It Cool
A dramatic trellis adds bravado and a passive cooling element to a recently renovated mid-century ranch house.
A Great Ocean Road Shack With a View Gets a Sustainable Update
When Kate and Grant, the owners of Dorman House—an old shack near the beach in Lorne, Victoria, Australia—decided to renovate,...
A Heritage Art Deco House in Australia Gets a Modern Update
A heritage inter-war, functionalist-style house gets a dose of contemporary Australian cool.
Before & After: A Muddled Eichler Gets a Dashing Update
Maverick Design removes a “scab” of a rear addition and restores indoor/outdoor flow for this Eichler in Orange, California.
L.A. Renovation Respects Midcentury Bones (While Adding Some Flair)
A couple return their A. Quincy Jones house in Los Angeles to its former glory—and add some soul of their own.
Grab This Updated Midcentury Home in Oakland For $799K
This thoughtfully remodeled midcentury in the Bay Area won't be on the market for long.
In Uruguay, a Home Near the Coast Keeps Things Open
Casa Mat by Argentinian firm Mutar favors experimentation over traditional domestic boundaries.
Rising From the Ruins: Homes Built on Architectural Remains
While the English word ruin comes from the Latin "ruina"—meaning “destruction” or “downfall”—ruins can be the literal and...