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The annual deep dive by the Joint Center for Housing finds inequality, increased costs amid economic boom
An interview with urbanist Pete Saunders on Chicago’s tale of two cities
The $1.3 billion development is being billed as "the most innovative district in the entire world."
New report Foot Traffic Ahead finds walkable urbanism isn’t just sustainable and enjoyable, but more profitable.
New York-based studio Asthetíque designed the two-story Moscow restaurant as a series of visual vignettes, each with its own distinct take on Anderson’s twee-meets-surrealism style.
It’s become a key component of Democratic housing plans, but experts say it could drive rents up further.
These endlessly adaptable circular modules are a whimsical take on the timber treehouse.
Why so many apartment dwellers hear the sound of rolling objects through the ceiling.
The home was designed in 1961 by Canadian Roger D’Astous, a prolific architect who interned with Wright and built the Olympic Village for the 1976 Summer Olympics.
The office is outfitted with the Wing’s signature pastel colors, custom furniture, punchy environmental graphics, and woman-centric features.
From a yummy smelling candle to a simple toothbrush stand, here are 15 products that should make it into your suitcase.
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The Growing Islands project harnesses natural wave forces to build underwater sand buffers.
The tech giant’s housing pledge "changes the conversation." How does it change things on the ground?
If you’re a midcentury lover dreaming of a lake getaway, this three-bedroom, two-bath home might be your answer.
As housing prices keep rising, Americans higher and higher up the income spectrum feel the pinch.
Measuring the impact of The Wing, WeWork, the Coven, and other spaces selling a better workspace.
Humble Pizza is modeled after London’s Formica cafes of the 1950s.
Great architecture that’s often under-appreciated, misunderstood, and unprotected
All Shaker furniture is symbolic of the values of the utopian spiritual sect that designed it and gave the style its name—values that are overdue for a comeback today.
The Garden Dome Igloo is a 12-foot dome kit that can work as a backyard retreat, glamping tent, or kids play area.
The billowing rock canopy has been brought to life—albeit with a few fabrication concessions along the way.
The home on a corner lot is made up of 21 shipping containers meticulously pieced together
The exhibition features 15 projects from nine countries, all sharing different solutions for making cities more amenable to cyclists.
I believed a radical queer life meant solitude. But staying in friends’ homes changed my mind.
Located in Coleman, Texas, this 1958 three-bedroom house features Tiffany blue kitchen counters and a bright green bathroom.
Restored by Michael LaFetra, it features bold geometric planes, clerestory windows, Douglas fir paneling, and extensive built-ins.
Constructed from red stones and repurposed red bricks, this vacation home in Brazil is a masonry lover’s dream.
A hula-hooping cyclist’s quest for more bike lanes—and more bus lanes, too.
The 270-square-foot pavilion is conceived as a catch-all hangout space, mobile exhibition pavilion, or greenhouse.
The affordable housing shortage has made housing policy center stage in the 2020 election.
Questions remain about the efficacy of the government’s recovery and rebuilding strategy in today’s era of increased storm risk.