16 Prefab Shipping Container Home Companies in the United States
Gone are the days when shipping containers were used solely for transportation and storage.
Longtime American Manufacturer Gets Literal with a Metal Map of the United States
A family-owned metal screen fabricator in Portland, Oregon, proudly displays its bona fides in a graphic map.
Landscape Design for All Climates
Seven landscape architects across the United States explain how they mastermind inspired designs showcasing the best of their...
Bauhaus by the Sea
No nautical nonsense here.
Super Green Affordable Housing Introduces Passive Design to the Masses
Multifamily housing projects that meet Passive House standards are bringing European-style energy efficiency to a new demographic...
12 Modern Marvels in New England
New England is one of the oldest, most patriotic regions in the United States.
An Introduction to Landscape Design
The profession of landscape architecture is very much rooted in the European tradition of garden design, and it didn’t germinate...
A Look Inside the United Nations' Restored Security Council Chamber
The chamber, originally a gift of Norway, is revived as part of a $2.1 billion overhaul of the U.N. complex.
The First Mass Timber High-Rise Building in the U.S. Gets the Green Light For Construction
Paving the way for mass timber construction in the United States, The Framework Project, LLC has just announced that it received...
Albina Yard—Pioneering the Future of Sustainable Mass Timber Construction
Although talk of taxing Canadian lumber brought into the United States may be one reason Americans are moving towards sourcing...
The American Way
New York–based designer Todd Bracher represents the United States at an important furniture fair in Germany.
Passive Acceptance
Virtually unknown in the United States, Passive Houses are starting to make a big impression with their small footprints.
The Tree of Ghent
Just as the famed Treaty of 1814 called for peace between the United Kingdom and the United States, the large beech tree on...
8 Iconic Chairs by Hans Wegner
Hans Wegner's name is synonymous with Danish design the world over, and his seemingly simple chair designs helped usher in an...
Graphic Designer Richard Hollis at NYC Artists Space
Seminal British graphic designer Richard Hollis gets his first retrospective exhibition in the United States at New York City's...
Cooper Hewitt Creates an Immersive Utopia at the First London Design Biennale
Cooper Hewitt’s Immersion Room, an interactive showcase of wallpapers dating back to the 18th century, will represent the United...
This Weekend: 11.19-11.22
This week we're highlighting a slew of show openings around the world and in the United States focusing on big-name designers and...
12 Questions for Luis Urculo
I've long been intrigued by the overlap of design, art, and architecture, and one of the most interesting practitioners working...
10 LEED-Certified Homes For the Win
With approximately 1.85 million square feet being certified daily, LEED certification has become the most widely-used third-party...
What Would Sverre Fehn Do?
Only slightly less annoying than the self-satisfied American who, upon visiting Europe, complains that everything is better back...

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