SpacesTV visits product designer Daniel LiCalzi's Swiss Family Robinson-inspired live/work space that includes a sleeping loft with stairs that double as a bookshelf and pendant lamps made from measuring tape.
As construction begins on a 32-story prefab tower here in the U.S., Broad Sustainable Building Corp. is preparing for a similar project in China that will result in a 220-story prefab skyscraper built in just 90 days.
New York City unveils a disaster housing plan centered around retrofitted shipping containers that boast interiors that are like 'CB2 meets Motel 6' and that are larger than most studio apartments in Manhattan.
Now that Black Friday has passed and you've retired your chainmail coif for the year, it's time to flex your consumerist muscle in a more civilized manner with the aid of this year's Green Monday gift guide.
Faircompanies steps inside a compact, cleverly designed Manhattan studio apartment where nearly every surface slides, opens and folds and where both the kitchen table and the Murphy Bed are assisted by hydraulics.
Although Frank Lloyd Wright purists would rather not hear about it, what's believed to be the first FLW home constructed on its intended site since the architect's death is now for sale (private island included).
Move over nimble-fingered grannies: Just in time for winter comes 'Rocking Knit, an exertion-free, beanie-knitting armchair conceived by a duo of Swiss design students for a low-tech design exhibition.