The apartment has been owned by artist Edwina Sandys for 25 years
LA’s earliest attempt to harness water was a system of irrigation ditches called zanjas, and they were the lifeblood of the booming pueblo.
The streamlined design is made from birch plywood, carpet, and metal, and then coated in a sophisticated shade of oxblood.
Federal legislation complemented by city policies could help the country go electric for good.
New research from the World Resources Institute offers a roadmap for electrifying mass transit.
As the city’s boom puts development pressure on center of country music, new preservation ideas emerge.
Brooklyn artists Lisa Hunt and Kyle Goen reconcile their differing tastes with texture and color.
An open floor plan defines the main living spaces, with soaring ceilings, abundant skylights, and large, floor-to-ceiling black-framed windows.
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.
Everything is for sale at The Manzoni. Yes, that means the food, but it also means the chairs, tables, dinnerware, and pendant lights.
We’ve rounded up the five best cargo vans—all available for purchase here in the U.S.—for converting into Class B campers.