'Tis the season for holiday merriment, rich food, and awkward political conversations with extended family you haven't seen since last year's holiday season. Take the edge off with these Curbed longreads, which will get you through the excruciating wait for the turkey to finish roasting or provide a welcome distraction when you're in line for a Black Friday deal. Check 'em out!
On the rise of private architecture and design practice in Cuba.
On the tech industry's surprising hand in the resurgence of California midcentury architect Joseph Eichler.
On a Frank Lloyd Wright house's journey from New Jersey to an Arkansas museum.
On one man's quest to save the historic house museum.
On a non-profit's commitment to building a school for a Zambian community.
On how the future of the Motor City could lie in the spaces between its stellar architecture.
On the groundbreaking Americans With Disabilities Act and the legislation's effect on design.
On a religious group's effort to build a life-size version of the Biblical vessel.
On the vibrant life and work of the legendary interior designer.
On a Detroit-area school that gave us many of designs greats.
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