Johnson & Johnson launches a bathroom recycling campaign after discovering that even the most dedicated household recyclers fall short when it comes to keeping spent bath and body products out of the trash.
It's an inevitable fact of life: Sometimes, for unknown reasons, a chicken is going to cross the road. And U.K.-based Omlet wants to keep them safe while doing so with a line of insulated fluorescent jackets.
In high-end yet space-strapped London districts, the time-honored tradition of vexing the neighbors by excavating to make way for a massive, multi-story basement may be a thing of the past thanks to new restrictions on 'iceberg homes.'
Salvaging building materials from an abandoned barn and as many old windows as they could gather, artists Nick Olson and Lilah Horwitz erect a light-strewn cabin in the mountains of West Virginia for $500.
Neiman Marcus' latest batch of obscenely priced holiday 'Fantasy Gifts' includes a sleepover in a very famous work of modernist architecture with proceeds going to the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
This week: Historic homes with gruesome backstories, a Washington state woman wages war against rodents and Martha Stewart pays her respects to American crafters. Plus: Bjarke Ingels gets a West Coast commission.
Despite local opposition, Mitt Romney, your average rich dude with 23 grandchildren, is given the green light by the California Coastal Commission to bulldoze his beachfront home in La Jolla, Calif., and replace it with a mega-mansion.