During a two-hour Landmarks Preservation Commission hearing, architects weighed in on the new design
Standard Industries just launched a startup dedicated to bringing solar power to new roofing projects in the U.S.
The story of how Americans conquered, colonized, and eventually preserved, the Everglades.
The 1974 contemporary in Washington state was remodeled and upgraded to be HGTV’s Dream Home in 2018.
The campers boast wheelchair lifts, roll-in showers, and wider hallways.
Quarters aims to build big in major U.S. cities and by 2022, become the nation’s largest coliving operator.
The New Urban Mobility Alliance wants to help cities makes sense of today’s transit technology
West Elm’s "exclusive retailer" deal with the young design brand Good Thing reflects the realities of an increasingly competitive industry.
The 1,700-square-foot home is able to expertly merge indoor and outdoor living thanks to its unusual layout.
Restaurants-turned-offices, pop-up retail, and shared kitchens underscore demand for flexible space.
One of only three Wright homes built in Cincinnati, the Usonian house was designed to resemble a ship.
The cabins are only 300 feet away from hospital entrances, but they feel like they’re a world away.