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The marvelous history of Mrs. Maisel’s apartment

Modern house in Japan is all about privacy—and a car

The central living space features a glass wall connected to the garage, granting unobstructed views of the family’s white car.

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The architect who’s confronting climate change

Pamela Conrad is out to restore nature to our cities—and help them face future ecological disasters.

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Senators propose Eviction Crisis Act to help at-risk tenants

Emergency funds will spare tenants facing eviction from financial repercussions and housing insecurity.

26 last-minute gifts you can still buy

Thanks to free, fast shipping options at Amazon, Walmart, and Nordstrom, gift givers can still score quality items in the nick of time.

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Is this two-story RV just too big?

Made in Australia, this oversized motorhome can go anywhere and sleep 10 thanks to a multi-story design.

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The essential guide to Colorado’s best ski towns

Whether you want to bask in luxury or care only about the powder, there’s an alpine town for you

AIA awards 2020 Gold Medal to Marlon Blackwell

A celebrated architect and educator, Blackwell is known for modern buildings that honor the site.

1902 castle one hour from NYC asks $975K

On the market for the first time in 35 years, the seven-bedroom castle features fireplaces galore.

Should we still be building single-family homes?

Single-family homes are partly to blame for our housing mess, but they can also be a tool to solve our problems.

10 ways our cities failed us this decade

We let big tech take over and dragged our feet on climate, but it’s not too late to change.

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The Curbed guide to Colorado ski country

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.

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I didn’t realize how much our kitchen island stools meant until I lived without them

The kitchen island represented what I desperately craved: normalcy.

101 kids’ books about where and how we live

Recommended reading for the budding urbanists among us.

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Bringing new life to a design pioneer’s quirky Old Town home

Walter Netsch designed the house as a showcase for art. The new owners’ revamp spotlights the architecture.

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A decade of destruction in New York City

New York City has lost countless cultural and historic institutions in the past decade

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The urban designers who bring the community in

The Denver-based firm wants its projects to be useful to the public for decades.

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The architect who uses performance to open up public space

Through site-specific installations, Bryony Roberts addresses democracy, spatial justice, historic preservation, and identity.

9 top holiday markets around the U.S.

If a trip to Europe isn’t in the cards this holiday season, don’t fret. We’ve rounded up the best outdoor markets in the U.S. to visit this holiday season.

The bath bubble

With freestanding tubs, we’re embracing self-care, seeking status, and perhaps feeling a little lonely.

These 3D-printed homes will house low-income families

They’re the first of some 50 homes planned for a community in Tabasco, Mexico.

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They’re putting the public back in public space

Meet five practitioners who want our shared spaces to be a resource for those who use them

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Breezy Palm Springs home with desert views asks $1.8M

The William Cody-designed home features walls of glass, poured terrazzo, and an original avocado-colored bar.

Moody modern house raises the bar for kit homes

We think we’d want to live in this "experiential showroom"—and that’s the point.

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How wealthy tourists gentrified a ski town into a housing crisis

Tourism has created the most unequal city in the U.S.

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The urbanist with a plan for the LA River

To landscape designer Mia Lehrer, making LA more livable is all about peeling back the concrete.

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Preposterous ideas from Atlanta’s past decade that actually came true

Who could have seen this coming in 2010?

101 books about where—and how—we live

Urban classics and new favorites to read and give.

Trump’s new homeless czar a ‘real-life horror,’ say housing advocates

Robert Marbut’s polarizing methodology goes against the "housing first" approach that has worked in many U.S. cities.

Oceanfront home made for sunsets asks $15M

Come for the over-the-top home theater and soaking tubs, stay for the airy ocean views.

What are you obsessed with in your home?

Submit an idea for a first-person essay to Curbed’s Show & Tell column.

These modern prefab homes were designed for adding housing density

The pair of gabled homes were built on a single lot by architecture students at the University of Kansas.

These maps show how the Green New Deal will look different across America

The 2100 Project shows the urgency of combating climate change for communities across the U.S.

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The architect making playgrounds reflect how children actually play

To Meghan Talarowski, play is "so much more than just physical activity."

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Ski industry’s ‘biggest crisis’ is affordable workforce housing

From Vail to Vermont, providing affordable and accessible homes for workers is an uphill climb.

101 ways to live sustainably

The least you can do to make a big difference where you live.

Retro malls live forever in rad new photo book 

Decline of Mall Civilization captures era of perms, parking lots, and food courts.

22 cool gift ideas for people who love the outdoors

A curated, tried-and-tested list of the best camping gear for RV owners, van lifers, and outdoorsy folk of all stripes.

Get ready for more Airstream hotels

AutoCamp’s first East Coast location brings the iconic silver bullet travel trailers to Cape Cod.

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The homeownership obsession

How buying homes became a part of the American dream—and also a nightmare.

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Mapping the tech takeover of New York City

Where five of the biggest tech companies are signing leases in Manhattan.

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Curbed’s ultimate holiday shopping guide

The things we loved this year, on trend or timeless, that we’re eager to give (and receive)

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