The 192-square-foot living room arrangement centers around a set of furniture that folds, shifts, slides, and hides.
From rooftop decks to custom wood floors, these repurposed shipping containers are anything but boring.
Designer Jaime Hayon created an optical illusion in rug form—can you see all nine faces?
I experimented with the ’70s, with farmhouse accents, with psychedelic rainbow cactus prints.
I was a stove kettle devotee until I found this dashing red electric one, which also matches some of my favorite things.
This year’s New American Home has views of the Strip—and the building industry’s recklessness.
This renovated 1960s stunner in Sydney could be yours for a pretty penny.
Located in the hamlet of Garrison, about one hour from Manhattan, this property features 1/4-mile of river frontage.
In Orlando, ground zero of the pedestrian safety crisis, a mayor’s traffic reform goals are put to the test.
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The whimsical travel trailer marries vintage kitsch with colorful design
France’s Villa Majorelle, which just wrapped up a key phase of interior restoration, is a gorgeous example of the ornate style.
Michael Bloomberg’s new plan focusing on walking, biking, and transit raises the bar for candidates.
City hopes event shows off West Town and brings economic benefits to businesses and homeowners, but other cities’ similar gambles haven’t paid off.
Two critics reflect on 10 years of atypical design awards and ask, what exactly did it all come to?
A new store under construction in Vienna could be a glimpse of what urban shoppers can expect from the retailer.
For Cable Car Day, here’s a look at the driving force that has kept the cables turning for nearly 150 years.
"One part of the plan that’s really important is getting people out of cars," says advisor Janette Sadik-Khan.
A residential version of the water-generating panels was unveiled at a consumer tech show last week.
The primary-colored eyesore became a community gathering place.
Built in 1975, the three-bedroom home won an AIA award for Best Vacation House.
The collection, which includes sheets, duvets, and pillowcases, comes in a range of neutral hues created from natural dyes.
The MTA and MoMA collaborated on an installation celebrating the role graphic design plays in getting around New York City
Our comprehensive guide outlines everything you need to know about skiing in Colorado, from where to stay to the best activities on and off the snow.
In this country, race still influences where and how you live. The Democratic debate lost the voices that can explain why.
Despite complaints, this rainbowed bungalow aims to help neighbors and make statements on a street that’s emblematic of a changing Atlanta.