Debra Jordan shares a few remodeling projects at her formerly 320-square-foot home including an upsized 'clubhouse' for her teenage son. Meanwhile, her family's high level of contentment remains unaltered.
The prolific, scandal-plagued Wright completed more than 400 works in the United States and abroad during his lifetime, so it’s inevitable that some have been destroyed. Take a look at six notable Wright-designed structures that no longer exist.
Just a few blocks away from the controversial new home of the Brooklyn Nets, the country's first multifamily passive house project has officially hit the market. Thank goodness for triple-pane windows, right?
The Richardson Apartments — a lauded housing complex for very low-income residents in San Francisco — will be featured in the upcoming exhibition, 'From Idealism to Realism: Celebrating Public Interest Design.'
An early 1950s home designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and built by its DIY-competent owner, hits the market in San Anselmo, Calif. But is the home's famous matching doghouse included in the $2.5M asking price?