This Barcelona home is small in size, but rich in concrete—and views.
The cheerful space features curved cutouts, built-ins, and sunny accents throughout.
The renovation celebrates architect Andrew Geller’s penchant for geometric whimsy.
The 430-square-foot pad puts a bespoke spin on making the most of available space.
The upstate New York home has soaring ceilings, modern furniture, and some rustic touches.
Interior designer Jess Cooney overhauled the interior, transforming the dark wood-paneled interior into a light and airy abode.
The architects opened up the layout and widened room openings to create an airy feel and improve circulation.
Block is offering a one-stop renovation shop, starting with bathroom remodels.
The three-story building measures just eight feet wide, but those eight feet pack a stylish punch.
Before you toss dated lighting, banged-up doors, or worn tiles in the dumpster, consider these more sustainable options.
A kitchen island isn’t exactly an one-size-fits-all solution. Here’s what you should consider when planning for one.
The architect owner spent more than two years consulting with archivists, shopping for antiques, and making alterations to the interior to create a faithful recreation.
Designed for a young couple, the one-room home was optimized in every possible way, from daily living to entertaining to relaxation.
Designed by Taipei-based KC Design Studio, the 1,345-square-foot home is characterized by two parallel sections rendered in a dark and natural color palette.
A rare renovation project reveals the modernist icon like you’ve never seen before.
Designed by local firm Zrobym Architects, the one-bedroom residence answers to the clients’ wish for minimalist interiors that are also comfortable.
Last week’s piece by McMansionHell’s Kate Wagner sparked a conversation about home renovation projects—and when they are completely unnecessary.
Designed by local practice Fernanda Marques Arquitetos Associados, the home in question is all the more impressive because it’s actually an apartment.
Chinese firm FANAF Architects transformed the 330-square-foot living space for a reality TV show.
Utilizing under-stair storage and other clever built-ins, Studio Bazi has designed a compact but efficient apartment in a historic building in Moscow.
Vibrant color blocking, ingenious built-ins, and curved shapes characterize this Instagram-worthy one-bedroom apartment renovation in Barcelona, Spain.
Damaged by a fire in 2014, the historic house was restored and updated by local studio Norm Architects, who preserved original elements while giving the home a contemporary refresh.
Restoring a historic house can be one of the most exciting—and overwhelming—experiences. We spoke with interior designer Steven Gambrel about his must-know tips for taking on any project.
What makes this particular project stand out is the way in which the extension blends in with the architecture of the original terraced house.
Why erase the church’s perfectly imperfect character when you could just build an entirely new building inside it?
The redesign from London-based firm LLI Design also added back a number of period-appropriate elements.
The traditional Beijing courtyard house was completely overhauled into a modern multigenerational home.
Nelson Resende took a "fractured property" and enlivened it by preserving its bones and generous proportions and highlighting its decorative elements.