A Tiny Writer's Studio Provides a Creative Refuge
Hidden at the bottom of a Brooklyn garden, this tiny cedar-clad pavilion was designed as a retreat for a pair of writers.
What the Future of Working at Home May Look Like
Here’s a look at five innovative houses and how they solve some of the biggest...
Public Service Champions Sought
Know someone who is deserving of recognition for charitable work? Nominate him or...
Robots Take On More-Elaborate Tasks Amid Worker Shortage
The rise of the machines is approaching quicker than you think but fear not human...
FourPlans: Let's Keep it Casual
Trying to appeal to Millennials, or really anyone who wants a more contemporary...
To Tub or Not to Tub?
Here's a real-live working mom's view of one of home design planning's biggest...
Penthouse Lists for $300,000 — Per Month
Brown Harris Stevens has listed the three-bedroom, three-bathroom pad with a monthly rental rate of $300,000, or $14,000 per night.
Low-Cost S House Nears Mass Production
Designed for low-income families, the simple home is nearing the mass production stage, and is expected to cost less than US$1,000 to construct.
Who Would Live in a Plastic House?
The industry’s Plastics Make It Possible campaign created a 200-square-foot house with the help of Zack Giffin, host of “Tiny House Nation,” to illustrate the potential for modern plastic materials to lighten the environmental burden of housing.
We're Far, Far From 'Peak Car'
If you're waiting for a tipping point in car travel, to work or otherwise, don't hold your breath.