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Hudson Yards dazzles and distresses visitors on opening day

Some New Yorkers say they are "obsessed" with the complex, while others call it "a shrine to excess"

Frank Lloyd Wright, the latest lifestyle home brand

New licensing push by Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation an effort to get more of architect’s relevant work into contemporary homes.

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Circular tiny home transforms with sliding walls

A new tiny home concept reimagines compact living as a round, convertible space.

All the best spring sales to shop this weekend

Find big savings to start the season from stores like Target, Wayfair, and Hay.

Teens are striking for climate action in 100 U.S. cities today—will mayors listen?

Students are walking out of school as part of a coordinated global strike.

Carmel midcentury with guest house seeks $1.32M

Comes with views of the ocean and loads of redwood paneling.

Old warehouse brilliantly transformed into a public library

The sprawling warehouse, which was once used as a holding warehouse for train engines, is now a well-designed community space.

Perfectly preserved midcentury modern house asks $2.5M

This "forgotten" Albert Frey-designed home in Palm Springs features a 600-square-foot overhanging deck and distinctive yellow fiberglass siding.

The ultimate guide to Hudson Yards

Everything you need to know about New York’s game-changing megaproject

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Snarkitecture’s monochromatic wonderland opens at Hudson Yards

Set in NYC’s new Hudson Yards megaproject, the venue will be home to three installations a year beginning with "Lost and Found," a highly photogenic ode to materials and perspectives.

Step inside a NYC townhouse turned into a paradise for high design

The Future Perfect outfitted a five-story West Village townhouse for its new "residential gallery" concept.

Transforming travel trailer features indoor-outdoor kitchen

SylvanSport just debuted the Vast, an innovative camper that aims to shake up the RV industry.

Historic Savannah home with seven fireplaces asks $4M

The restored 5,370-square-foot home features a heated lap pool, carriage house, and original details.

Muji’s self-driving bus is hitting the streets this spring

The slow-moving Gacha will be tested on the streets of Espoo, Finland.

As affordable housing crisis worsens, Trump proposes more cuts

New report by National Low-Income Housing Coalition highlights a deepening crisis without a national response.

First look: Chicago Architecture Biennial 2019 lineup

Theaster Gates, MASS Design Group, and dozens more join event focused on social justice, collective memory, and civic purpose.

The rise of velvet in the age of attainable luxury

The fabric is a tactile oasis in a world of visual distraction.

See the incredible views from Hudson Yards’s sky-high observation deck

When the viewing platform opens in 2020, it’ll bring some of the wildest views of New York City

Massive indoor waterfall unveiled at Singapore’s already tricked-out airport

The 144,000-square-foot addition to the international airport features a terraced forest, shopping, and one very big waterfall.

Elaine Chao’s hands-off approach to transportation is endangering lives

By loosening future regulations while ignoring present-day problems, Chao’s inaction is making U.S. transportation more deadly.

The Curbed guide to the world’s best design cities

Where to buy midcentury furniture, according to Curbed readers

Whether you own an original midcentury gem or just aspire to, one of the easiest ways to incorporate the style into your everyday life is with furniture.

Palm Springs midcentury home with two pools asks $5.3M

This glamorous six-bedroom abode boasts overhanging roofs and floor-to-ceiling glass walls.

Splendid midcentury Buff & Hensman in Cahuenga Pass seeks $3.8M

A guest house, pool, and, oh, those views

Ikea releases 3D-printable furniture hacks for people with disabilities

ThisAbles is a series of product add-ons that make existing Ikea furniture more accessible for people with disabilities.

Eclectic, shimmering Ritz Carlton apartment wants $1.75M

Glitz and glamor

Here are the pieces reportedly stolen from Frank Lloyd Wright’s historic Freeman House

They include a unique tea cart designed by Rudolph Schindler.

The Curbed guide to America’s favorite regions

Sidewalk Labs tests a ‘building raincoat’ in Toronto

The large plastic structure hangs off the facade like a giant high-tech awning.

Midcentury home with creative shiplap update asks $1.1M

Classic floorplan, updated finishes

This Atlanta apartment was once an elementary school cafeteria

A media director makes her home in the former cafeteria of a converted school on the National Register of Historic Places.

In Texas, high-end renters spur urban luxury boom

It’s not just about new jobs, it’s about lifestyle options.

1892 home by Frank Lloyd Wright wants $1.2M

Despite remodels over the years, the house still features plenty of Wright influence, including original fireplaces and light fixtures.

Floating prefab tiny home is not your average houseboat

Kodasema’s new minimalist design, the Koda Light Float, sits atop of pontoons, allowing it to float at a dock or hitch to a boat.

Sublime midcentury modern by Harwell Hamilton Harris asking $1.6M in Silver Lake

Overlooking the Silver Lake Reservoir, the well-preserved home features clerestory windows, built-in furniture, lots of greenery, and lovely views.

Trump administration proposes dramatic cuts to public housing—again

It’s the fourth time the Trump administration has taken aim at housing subsidies.

‘Paradise at the end of the world’: An oral history of the Sea Ranch (Part I)

A two-part oral history mining the origins and controversies surrounding California’s most bucolic planned community—and forecasting its future

America’s most-visited national parks, by the numbers

Over 318 million people visited a national park last year, and 28 parks set a new record for visitation.

Ikea’s Space10 lab housing concept embraces renewable energy

A tiny wooden village prototypes how the blockchain could someday change the way we pay for energy.