Designed by architect Claude Oakland in 1963, the model home in Concord, California, features a classic pitched roof and a central atrium with a skylight.
Upon relocating to the Methow Valley, a family finds their compact cabin to be a little too cozy—so they roll up their sleeves and break ground.
Constructed by local builder Don Drummond in 1958, the post-and-beam residence maintains many original details, including its quintessential Castilian floor plan.
Experts in the local design scene reveal the quirky Appalachian city’s most inspiring stops.
As architect Hank Butitta and artist Nell Nordlie say goodbye to their 512-square-foot home, they hope its next owner will cherish its many charms.
The luxury travel trailer company’s latest offering is a mobile office that pairs state-of-the-art Apple technology with ergonomic spatial design.
In addition to the 5,200-square-foot residence that opens to a wraparound pool, the sprawling property comes with a three-bedroom guesthouse and a massive barn.
Studio Hagen Hall added a rooftop suite and finished each level with a blend of timber, clay, concrete, and green quartzite.
Designed by Sarah Graham and Marc Angélil of AGPS Architecture, the award-winning residence (now under contract for $2,295,000) utilizes a striking mix of steel, glass, and concrete.
Gast Architects revamps a classic California home that hadn’t been updated since it was originally built in 1956.
Looking for creative inspiration for your outdoor space? These are the hottest trends for 2022 according to the experts at Techo-Bloc, a leading manufacturer for landscaping products.
Designer and developer Anthony Carrino transformed a 1960s stone farmhouse in upstate New York into idyllic indoor/outdoor living.
On the market for £1,800,000, the floating residence offers six bedrooms, two kitchens, and a substantial upper deck with a retractable roof.
Spacial Homes creates customizable ADUs for homeowners to install in their empty yards as rentals or guesthouses.
Photographer Lisa Romerein shares her experience of documenting the iconic, otherworldly gardens in Montecito, California, in a new book for Rizzoli
Hotel Terrestre is environmentally conscious in more ways than one
Promote healing and health with remote locations, holistic treatments, and stunning views
Give your pots, pans, and skillets a proper upgrade. Trust us—your kitchen will thank you!
On your way to an eco-friendly abode
The AD100 firm’s brand-new Manhattan office represents a commitment to big cities in the wake of COVID-induced departures from locations such as New York City
Designed by architect Paul Childs, the D.C.–area home was featured in the April 1978 issue of AD
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Martina Mondadori tapped artisans across the globe to create vibrant pieces in splashy hues
The superstar pair owns homes in Nashville, Sydney, and New York City
“As a person with young kids and a big, hairy rescue mutt, I can confidently say this couch is amazing for families and pet owners”
Because protecting the planet is never out of style
We’re inspired by culinary spaces that have a big splash of color
Decorator and native New Yorker Courtney O’Sullivan crafts her own light-filled Clinton Hill home
“This is not a quicksand couch and, personally, my spine thanks me for that!”
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Our favorite finds celebrate and preserve local craft
The renovation created a colorful, light-filled space
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The home, which belongs to globetrotter Alice Carli, exudes warmth and personality
The Craigslist find serves as a meeting place for all of the author’s favorite things after a move to a new city
Inspirations for this season’s collaborative offerings span from nostalgic Zimbabwean prints to Greek mythology
The porous, sandy-hued surface is keeping interiors calm and collected
Frederick Law Olmsted, who was born 200 years ago, is best known for designing Central Park, and was also a well-documented supporter of the abolition of slavery
Located in Vienna, Austria, the design is an eye-catching structure punctuated by full-size trees on each floor