Higharc hopes to make custom homes more accessible
It’s amazing what a sliding panel can achieve
The 1,500-square-foot property spans two levels and features plenty of space to relax at sea indoors or outdoors.
Designed by by Slovenian firm Dekleva Gregoric Arhitekti, the clifftop home is an oceanside stunner.
The 2,900-square-foot home was made for an aging couple and takes up a single level with no steps.
No matter how you slice it, the Thanksgiving season means focusing on the kitchen and dining room. So here, we serve up some of the best for you.
Zen Architects made a lovely courtyard in the home by leaving part of the original structure uncovered.
Inspired by a Minnesota couple’s love of Nordic style, the architects at Strand Design created a custom 4,800-square-foot vacation home that has a northern flair.
Taking inspiration from the work of Frank Lloyd Wright, architect Earl Young designed dozens of eclectic stone homes in northern Michigan in the early 1900s.
for people looking for a semi-customizable log home that will hold up to the elements and fit the mountain aesthetic, a log cabin kit could fit the bill.
Sneakily realistic computer renderings reveal an exuberant, bombastic design outside Joshua Tree.
This enviable second house by design studio Tham & Videgård Arkitekter, not far from central Stockholm.
Her New York Times obituary, published this week, quickly went viral, putting Gabe back in the zeitgeist. She was the original smart home pioneer.
This gorgeous self-built home incorporates many of today’s best architectural trends: modern design, adaptive reuse, sustainability, and accessibility.
Designed by Andrea Palladio, Villa Cornaro was used as a model for Monticello
The interiors—light-filled and lined in knotty wood, with sweeping views to the surrounding landscape through broad, double-height windows—are eye-popping.
Thanks to some bonkers designers, the experience looks (and smells) way cuter than you’d think.
Alcoa, a Pittsburgh-based aluminum company, hoped that homes made of their flagship product might find a place in your local cul-de-sac. They largely didn’t.
The home combines two intersecting volumes—a long, rectilinear block and a smaller one that inserts itself at an angle into the back of the larger one.
If you’ve ever watched Pride and Prejudice (the original BBC TV series, not the movie with Keira Knightley) and wished you could live that life, here’s your chance.
The home is an indoor-outdoor living experience that incorporates dramatic views, gardens, and a variety of recreational activities that make the residence a place to relax—and play.
Have you ever wanted to just pack up and move from the city to the beach? Coodo, a portable prefabricated house, offers just that.
The design features a series of pentagonal concrete volumes, elevated for optimal views.
To increase the home’s privacy, the architects envisioned an almost fortress-like outer wall surrounding three interior courtyards.
Inserted between two concrete facades, the courtyard gardens and glass walls bring natural light and ventilation to every room.
Sitting atop a stark concrete plinth, the brooding abode seems to give a cold shoulder to neighboring homes. But wait until you see the inside.
The clean-lined exterior, made of black corrugated iron, wraps the disintegrating remains of the old building within a completely sanitized white interior.