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The four-bedroom, six-bath residence sits on 57 acres just 15 minutes from downtown Sonoma.
Most of the lush line is made from handwoven natural fibers.
Preparing for coronavirus at home isn’t about shutting yourself in—it’s about reaching out.
We’re turning our SXSW panel into a webinar anyone can attend.
As universities go online and dorms shut down, students scramble to find a place to stay
The renovation celebrates architect Andrew Geller’s penchant for geometric whimsy.
"By the time it was done, I realized nobody was ever going to live in here but me."
The architect built this Berkeley home in 1954 for himself and his family.
Designed with parametric modeling software, the new rugs achieve a similar visual complexity as the traditional art form.
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The highest observation deck in the Western Hemisphere is now open to thrill-seeking visitors.
Designed by architect Pía Mendaro for artist Clara Cebrian, this barebones but whimsical live-work studio is what happens when architecture meets art.
Washing your hands and stocking up on food isn’t easy to do if you don’t have a permanent address.
It’s marketed as a six-bedroom masterpiece in Druid Hills.
The two-bedroom residence has 2,000 square feet of nearly continuous open floor plan intended to invite exploration.
This 93-acre alpine retreat in California recently took a $30 million price cut.
From a Wisconsin cabin to a stunning Hawaiian house, we’ve rounded up 12 homes designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for your next vacation.
A "deformed roof" house in Hokkaido gets a quirky makeover.
High on style, low in waste, Tom Dixon’s latest collection is made from cork that’s been charred to a black-ish brown.
The building once served as a neighborhood church in Washington, D.C., and many of the building’s original features remain.
The chant: "Joe Biden doesn’t have a housing plan for me!"
It’s not your fault that you can’t afford a home—it’s government policy, ruthless banks, and discrimination.
The new book The Art of Earth Architecture explores one of the oldest—and most ecologically sensitive—building techniques.
Curbed is looking for a contributing writer for our weekly home tour series, House Calls. Is it you?
From functional additions to homey accents, see how a furniture maker turned a garage into an intimate home.
Choosing to live by ourselves can feel freeing, calming, isolating, anxiety-inducing, or all of the above.
Prefab home manufacturers bill their houses as cheaper, more sustainable, and quicker to build. But what exactly is a prefab home, and do they live up to these claims?