Avery Trufelman and New York Times’s Caity Weaver will be onstage in New York City to host a special bonus episode.
While renovating her ’70s-built home, Jane Gottlieb found that infusing the space with color was just what it needed.
Rarely does a hotel launch drum up so much fanfare, but then again, the TWA Hotel isn’t any old project
The gleaming piece from artist Doug Aitken aims to showcase the state’s natural landscape.
By partnering with Realogy, Amazon hopes to jump-start its smart home and home services businesses.
The economy is diversifying, Californians are moving in, and housing prices rise, but can the state sustain all this growth?
England’s registry of historically significant places, is adding its first supermarket to its roster—a sprawling Sainsbury store in Camden’s Grand Union Complex.
Tom Hanks is Fred Rogers in a trailer for ‘It’s a Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.’
A new subscription service charges a flat monthly rate for luxury lodging.
Brilliant, a smart home controller, is helping builders make high-tech a standard option for new homes
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"I want to capture the nobility of the tall buildings so that they can share in being sacred elements," he once said.
The brothers are working with Las Vegas architecture and construction companies to create luxury homes under the name of Dream Homes by Scott Living.
The camper transforms from gear hauler to spacious pop-up cabin with sleeping spots for four.
The Canadian metropolis is going vertical as a building spree of billion-dollar projects continues
The Shelf comes in three sizes—tall, short, and wardrobe—and three colors, and each base unit can be added side by side to create a customized set-up.
City councilmember: "When someone dies on our roads, it, in part, represents a failure of design."
Airbnb is offering $11-a-night stays in five otherworldly abodes, including a UFO-shaped prefab.
As housing prices keep rising, Americans higher and higher up the income spectrum feel the pinch.
CoreLogic report examined how overall economy has been tied to turnaround in housing market
This year’s winners include two U.S. works by Eero Saarinen, a Mozambique rail station, and a Soviet-era monument.
Great architecture that’s often under-appreciated, misunderstood, and unprotected
More than half of Americans will be exposed to dangerous heat this week—but the scorching daytime highs aren’t the biggest problem.
To celebrate National Hot Dog Day, Oscar Mayer, purveyor of mass produced meat links, announced it’s renting out its Weinermobile.
If you’re interested in learning more about the failed utopias on the podcast, these 29 titles are a good place to start.
In a Senate committee hearing, five U.S. mayors say they need more federal support to hit their emissions goals.
For anyone who’s ever wondered, "How does my plant really feel?" finding the answer could get a whole lot easier with the Lua smart planter concept.
The designs encourage pause and reflection along a 1.7 mile hiking trail in the Nordkette mountains.