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Aumas' assorted collectables.

From Farmhouse to Flat: 5 French Renovations

Bright colors and vintage furniture are abound in these French homes.
February 11, 2016
Modern small box home in Mexico

7 Modern Homes Across Mexico

Letting the warm climate indoors is a common thread through these diverse dwellings.
February 11, 2016
Modern white cabinets under the stairs with skylight above

7 Little Homes in London

What could be better than a modest-sized house in a quaintly historic city?
February 11, 2016
dining room lighting

5 Modern Italian Renovations

These renovations connect rustic, classic, and modern design in Italy.
February 10, 2016
modern outdoor garden room plastic polycarbonate

5 Bold and Belgian Dwellings

From colorful living rooms to a backyard retreat, Belgian designers reimagine vernacular forms and materials for the modern world.
February 10, 2016
A third floor addition and whole-house renovation modernized a funky cottage on an unusual, triple-wide lot in San Francisco.

7 Bay Area Renovations We Love

From modern interiors hidden within historic structures to unabashedly modern dwellings, these seven renovations take totally different approaches to San Francisco's historic building stock.
February 10, 2016
Delphi sofa from Erik Jørgensen and gyrofocus fireplace in living room of Villa Le Trident in the French Riviera, renovated by 4a Architekten.

5 Modern Mediterranean Homes

The Aegean's all-white architecture famously helped inspire Le Corbusier; these five dwellings continue in that proud modern tradition (though not all are as minimalist).
February 10, 2016
Glass-fronted converted garage in Washington

5 Playful Converted Garages

These garages go behind parking cars and storing your drum sets.
February 9, 2016
Midcentury house in Portland with iron colored facade and gold front door

20 Midcentury Modern Homes Across America

From preserved masterworks to carefully updated time capsules, these homes have one thing in common (other than a healthy appreciation for everything Eames): the conviction that the '40s, '50s, and '60s were the most outstanding moments in American architecture.
February 9, 2016
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