Architect Richard Banta designed it for himself.
Built by Joseph Eichler in 1968, the four-bedroom, two-bath home features gabled roofs, exposed rafters and beams, and tongue-and-groove paneling.
D12 Design’s latest Forest House is perched on a rocky drop-off among a tangle of tree branches.
Late architect Dennis Blair regarded the suburban Chicago home as his greatest residential work.
A new 100-foot stretch of bike lane in Zwolle is made from 70 percent recycled plastic, which includes waste from plastic bottles, festival beer cups, packaging, and plastic furniture.
The inaugural monthly column from Curbed’s editor-in-chief turns an eye to ethos versus aesthetics, and the legacy of Postmodernism following the loss of Robert Venturi.
With a view of the city—and Lake Michigan.
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Accessed by a sculptural bridge, wood-clad residence brings forested feel to city living.
Originally constructed in 1797, the barn suffered from a fire before it was purchased and restored by design-minded owners in 2014.
The Dutch architecture firm, known for its wild ideas, designed the two buildings as part of an amusement park-meets-nightclub that sits on the outskirts of the city.
The house with six bedrooms and six bathrooms once home to prominent playwright and poet Georgia Douglas Johnson.