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Big (and not always code-compliant) experimental ideas abound at a small community of pint-sized homes crafted from old shipping containers.
A Seattle-based design firm best known for its repurposed cardboard creations tries its hand at small-scale adaptive reuse with absolutely gorgeous results. When can I move in?
Now that it's garnered national acclaim and established itself as one of the greenest homes in the Volunteer State, UT Knoxville's New Norris House is seeking a private buyer.
Some are beneficial, some not so much — but these experts will clear up the confusion.
So that you don't wind up gifting a most awesome matriarch something overly sentimental and/or last minute, a few singular Mother's Day gift suggestions ...
A Petaluma, Calif. family proves that even the most ramshackle out buildings can be transformed into cozy living spaces with a bit of hard work and creative design.
The second in a two-part look at the micro-housing magic that students at the Savannah College of Art and Design have worked on an underused campus parking structure.
The first in a two-part look at the micro-housing magic that students at the Savannah College of Art and Design have worked on an underused campus parking structure.
In northeast Thailand, musician Steve Areen has built a tiny igloo-esque abode that looks like a citrus-y spaceship but has all the comforts of home.
Neighbors of Brooklyn's Barclays Center have been seeing red over concert noise coming from the venue. Will a massive green roof help to damper the offending decibels?
The colorful world of topiary art starts with a plant and ends with a masterpiece. Here are 17 examples to inspire your creativity.
The hills are very much alive — and active — at a mountainous, Bjarke Ingels Group-designed development for residents of a certain age in Hualien, Taiwan.
Test your petal prowess and see which of these trees you know from their flowers alone.
SCADpad, an exploration of how micro-housing and adaptive reuse can benefit increasingly overcrowded cities, launches this week in an Atlanta parking garage.
If you go through fresh salsa in the summer like I do, planning your garden around the right ingredients is a smart idea.
A mobile holiday hut from New Zealand and a minimalist prefab retreat from Spain are among the small-minded winners and finalists in the 2014 Architizer A+ Awards.
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