Real-estate agent Esteban Gomez sells the upstate dream to the city’s apartment-dwelling ‘creatives’.
The architectural storyteller finds inspiration in sci-fi.
It’s nice when the one you love can still surprise you.
Bookshelves line the bright white walls and a smooth concrete bench curves into a reading circle.
The tiny retreat is a sturdy rebuttal to its precarious but beautiful surroundings.
A look back at eight decades of San Francisco’s fantastic—and frustrating—public transit leviathan.
These type of buildings are misunderstood by the general public.
The renovated space is a sanctuary from the bustle of Beijing.
The tech titan’s move into an Art Deco monolith in Mid-Market was supposed to be a symbol of change.
If you’re going to build a home on a flood plain, you’re going to need some stilts.
The off-white stacks are visible from almost every vantage point on the 45-acre property.
Sutro Tower who?
The Gomos System builds adaptable spaces from concrete modules.
The $43 million-dollar project extends its services to help people in need during the pandemic.
The family home is split in two—both aesthetically and thematically.
The main hub of activity involves the angled offshoot—which contains a master suite, office, and deck—and the main living area below.
The homeowner, who also acted as a civil engineer on the project, wanted the house to showcase the best of midcentury architecture.
The humble material adds texture and privacy to the four-unit building.
British firm Foster + Partners developed a series of activities for kids to explore architecture at home.
With windows for walls, this tiny abode is all about the views.
This Barcelona home is small in size, but rich in concrete—and views.
The elliptical mezzanine creates an unusual space to retreat.
The striking residence has trees spilling out of its windows and balconies.
Now you can explore the designer-architect’s legacy from your couch.
The home centers around a cavernous living and dining area with sweeping views out back.
"I am much less interested in self-expression than in establishing opportunities that enable occupants to express themselves."
U.K. studio Koto’s Piha and Yksi concepts will soon join Plant Prefab’s sustainability-focused LivingHomes line.
The addition extends the original L-shaped house, creating a hard to miss contrast between the curved and the orthogonal.