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Will razing abandoned properties in flood-ravaged neighborhoods stop flooding in the basements of homes that people live in?
The luxury rental market truly goes to the dogs with the addition of a 'communal' English bulldog pup named Emmy at one new high-end development in Northeast D.C.
As winter comes to an end, it's time to check your garden's vital signs. Here's how.
Custom-made box was created using reclaimed wood from one of the oldest Catholic cathedrals in the U.S.
Through the collaborative magic of crowdfunding, the Open Source Beehives project aims to bring downloadable beehive designs to citizen scientists everywhere.
From delicate snowdrops to showy allium, here's what to look for during spring's parade of flowering bulbs.
Sure, you may be able to get by just fine with baking soda, white vinegar and elbow grease. But if you're looking to add to your arsenal of spring cleaning accoutrements, a few suggestions ...
Although they won't be replacing unexpressive flathead screws any time soon, these jolly screws from Japan just might get you to crack a smile during your next household project.
Young entrepreneur Zach Rotholz takes to Kickstarter for help boosting (local) production of his gloriously hackable cardboard standing desks.
Freshly blossomed almond trees are illuminated by the fiery sunset in Czech Republic.
Best known for erecting resilient paper structures in the wake of natural and manmade disasters, the 56-year-old is the seventh architect from Japan to take home architecture's top prize.
In Tokyo, a city famous for squeezing green into the most unlikely of places, several railway stations are topped with garden allotments geared toward greenthumbed commuters.
Naturally, the man who invented the geodesic dome also lived in one. There's no place like dome, right? Now, Bucky's landmark 1960 structure will be restored and opened as a museum.
The Boskke Cube is a stylish tabletop planter that, thanks to an integrated reservoir and unique irrigation technology, prevents you from committing murder by overwatering.
French architect and urban planner Edouard François' latest project is perhaps his prettiest: A quartet of towers in Morocco that will be completely blanketed in bougainvillea and jasmine.
A nonprofit is turning the tide by working with the nation's rural farmers to replace opium poppies with this much-coveted 'super food.'
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