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Frank Lloyd Wright home faces demolition in suburban Chicago

The Glencoe, Illinois, property would be the first Wright-designed home to be destroyed in over a decade.

Go-to wedding gift ideas from 11 design buffs

Designers and design experts share some of their favorite wedding gifts to both give and receive.

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Airy contemporary with epic indoor-outdoor living asks $2.8M

Designed by Architects Magnus, the home features pure white walls, expansive windows, and floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors that allow access to the outdoors.

The best Memorial Day sales on Wayfair

Dates, deals, and tips on how to score up to 80 percent off furniture and decor during Wayfair’s annual Memorial Day sale.

Gigantic Soho loft from MTV’s ‘The Real World’ wants $7.5M

The apartment has been owned by artist Edwina Sandys for 25 years

Women on wheels

The bicycle’s feminist legacy has faded, but modern feminists are fighting for cycling again.

Brooklyn apartment dwellers get early access to zero-waste consumer goods platform

Tenants can order consumer goods in reusable containers via buzzy new Loop service, making conscious consumerism convenient

Boring Company’s $48 million tunnel under Vegas will travel less than a mile

From the convention center to... the convention center

For an artist couple, a Brooklyn home offers a rich canvas

Brooklyn artists Lisa Hunt and Kyle Goen reconcile their differing tastes with texture and color.

The best camping gear: Everything you need for RV and van life

We break down over 90 different essential items that make RV and camper life more comfortable.

All the best Memorial Day sales for the home

Memorial Day brings a (hopefully) warm three-day weekend and hot, hot, hot deals. Curbed is here to help you take advantage of the best sales.

America’s public parks are steadily improving, but more access needed

According to Trust for Public Land’s annual report card for U.S. parks, a third of city residents don’t have a park within walking distance.

The U.S. has an affordable housing crisis. Here’s why

Market forces, policy decisions, and demographic changes have converged, making it more difficult to increase affordable housing for renters and buyers in U.S. cities.

Why water filters make a fantastic wedding gift

This wedding season, give the gift of cleaner H2O, in an attractive countertop container.

Dazzling midcentury A-frame in Palm Springs asks $3M

Architect Charles DuBois envisioned a low-lying ranch home that was bifurcated by a steep, dramatic A-frame roof that rose straight from the ground.

38 must-have apps for summer camping and road trips

From trip planning to packing checklists to finding the perfect hiking trail, there’s an app for that.

A stylish cat tree you might actually want in your home

The streamlined design is made from birch plywood, carpet, and metal, and then coated in a sophisticated shade of oxblood.

NYCxDesign 2019: News, trends, and more

Curbed will on the ground checking out the latest and greatest in furniture and decor launches, design exhibitions, and Instagrammable installations.

Can the U.S. curb gas-powered cars by 2040?

Federal legislation complemented by city policies could help the country go electric for good.

Electric bus adoption has lots of roadblocks: New reports offer solutions

New research from the World Resources Institute offers a roadmap for electrifying mass transit.

Explore 100 years of design at Herman Miller’s new exhibition

The furniture company will be displaying archival materials from Ray and Charles Eames, Alexander Girard, and more at its New York flagship.

Life, death, and bathing in LA’s first water system

LA’s earliest attempt to harness water was a system of irrigation ditches called zanjas, and they were the lifeblood of the booming pueblo.

A midcentury gem gets a polish in LA

Architect Doug Rucker designed this dreamy 1964 house in Laurel Canyon, and one couple set out to update it.

How Nashville plans to save Music Row, a threatened cultural treasure

As the city’s boom puts development pressure on center of country music, new preservation ideas emerge.

Magazine-ready 1972 ranch asks $950K

An open floor plan defines the main living spaces, with soaring ceilings, abundant skylights, and large, floor-to-ceiling black-framed windows.

The magic of estate sales

These collections of everyday objects are clues to strangers’ daily lives.

You can buy everything at Tom Dixon’s new restaurant

Everything is for sale at The Manzoni. Yes, that means the food, but it also means the chairs, tables, dinnerware, and pendant lights.

The 5 best vans for your DIY camper conversion

We’ve rounded up the five best cargo vans—all available for purchase here in the U.S.—for converting into Class B campers.

NYC prewar apartment gets a dazzling modern update

The architects opened up the layout and widened room openings to create an airy feel and improve circulation.

Cute midcentury designed by Cliff May asks $468K

Designed around a central courtyard, the home features top-notch indoor-outdoor living and an avocado-colored fireplace.

Circular prefab pod offers next-level glamping

The LumiPod is designed as a "cocoon of simplicity" for city dwellers who might not be ready to go all-in on tent life.

Futuristic camper trailer may be the lightest ever made

At 300 pounds, the trailers made by New Mexico-based Earth Traveler can be towed by any car and sleep a family of four.

Why green has overtaken our home decor

Environmentalism, a ’70s revival, and our need to be soothed.

Trump administration pulls nearly $1 billion in high-speed rail funding

Governor Newsom calls move "political retribution."

I.M. Pei tributes flood social media

Admirers across the internet have taken to social media to express their sadness at the news of his death and show their love for Pei, his work, and his legacy.

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Mapping I.M. Pei’s major works

Chinese-American architect I.M. Pei has passed away at age 102. Here, we map 17 of his most significant projects around the world.

I grew up without a fixed address

I lived in an estimated 70 places before I graduated high school. For me, and others like me, entire chunks of my childhood don’t officially exist.

I.M. Pei, modernist architect, dies at 102

The pioneering Chinese-American architect won a Pritzker Prize in 1983.

Modernist home built on ruins of Gilded Age estate asks $2.4M

The more modern house was built adjacent to the stone foundations of one of Tuxedo Park’s first Gilded Age mansions.