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Man of Steel
The Seattle prince of architectural gizmos is branching out into a new line of hardware fashioned from bars and pipes.
Set on Stone
How a firm foundation—in history, place, and atop an old rock wall—sets the tone for the Depot House’s next...
7 Prefabs Set in Nature
One of the benefits of prefabricated and modular buildings is that they leave minimal construction waste and can be built without...
Reinhold Messner: A Man and His Museums
We met with the mountaineering legend in the Dolomites, where the late architecture icon Dame Zaha Hadid designed the last of...
You Won't Be Calling This House a "Man Cave"
A Hollywood bungalow reinvents the bachelor pad.
16 Otherworldly Photos of Burning Man Architecture
French photographer Philippe Glade captures the huge variety of tents, camps, and towers that the iconic art festival brings to...
Ray Kappe-Designed Multilevel House in Los Angeles
Los Angeles architect Ray Kappe built a multilevel house for his family back in 1967, and the results still resonate today.
An Architect’s Remembrance of the Great Ray Kappe
Architect William Hogan recounts the stroke of luck that introduced him to Ray Kappe, and the profound influence Kappe would have...
A Renovated Ray Kappe Abode in Manhattan Beach
Up-sizing from a small bungalow, Kristopher Dukes and Matt Jacobson take a minimalist approach to renovating and furnishing a...
How to Set the Stage For Outdoor Living With Scenic Doors
With an impressive array of scenic doors that capture views and connect spaces both inside and outside the home, Marvin Windows...
So you’ve thrown out the St. Pauli Girl sign, but how can you create an elegant masculine home without going space-age bachelor...
This Smart Home Sets a Powerful New Standard For Sustainability
The energy-efficient Silicon Valley home that architect Dan Spiegel designs for his parents responds to their lifestyles, the...
15 Butterfly Roofs That Set the Heart Aflutter
Since its invention by Le Corbusier in 1930, the butterfly roof has endured as a dramatic architectural feature.
An Adorable Houseboat Named “Turnip” Sets Sail in Seattle
Listed at $190,000, this tiny vessel named after a root vegetable amplifies nautical living with colorful, quirky quarters.
Our Editor Sets the Kitchen and Bath Benchmark
“Interiors...remind us of what to do, where we’ve come from, and who we are.” —Edward Hollis, The Memory...
Behind the Scenes: A Dystopian, Midcentury Penthouse in ‘The Man in the High Castle’
Production designer Drew Boughton dissects the world of the award-winning series ‘The Man in the High Castle,’ wherein the Axis...
A Family of Four Sets Sail Aboard Their Beloved Tugboat Named Lucy
The cofounders of The Brooklyn Home Company take their skill set to sea to give a 1983 tugboat a bow-to-stern revamp.
Man Repeller’s Manhattan Offices Are Just as Chic as You’d Expect
And yes, there’s a fashion closet.
Set in the Future
When Tron raced into theaters on neon treads in 1982, the futuristic backdrops were a visual revelation for cinema geeks.
An Imposing Concrete, Glass, and Steel Home by Ray Kappe Lists for $5.5M
Nestled within a canopy of trees, the 1980s hard-edge design epitomizes Kappe's form of modernism.