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Indie retail and urban downsizing collide at this smart example of adaptive reuse that breathes new life into a historic shopping center.
There are 3 schools of thought about how to use feng shui to maximize your harmony with the environment. Which is the right way for you?
Measuring an extremely petite 96-square-feet but bursting with ingenuity, the Salsa Box from Shelter WIse is the newest (and smallest) lodging option at the Caravan tiny house hotel.
In more ways than one, this sliver of a home may not scream widespread appeal, but this famous 99-inch-wide townhouse may have found itself a buyer.
The ultimate guide to natural cleaning for every room in your home.
With the help of students from the Rochester Institute of Technology's MFA program in industrial design, Loll Designs veers into previously uncharted territory: the entryway.
This summer, unwind and enlighten yourself with a few fresh green home and garden releases ranging from tiny house tomes to a bible for fix-it fanatics.
Architect Julie Nabucet works small space wizardry in a cramped flat on Rue Montorgueil that, at 129 square feet, isn't much larger than your average McMansion walk-in closet.
Your garden and houseplants will love the nutrition-packed fertilizer that is the result of this simple, 6-step process.
What discerning patriarch wouldn't appreciate a foosball bottle opener, a mason jar cocktail shaker or a dashing hanky to have around the house?
Formed by two wood-clad shipping containers, Skit 2014 is the ideal living arrangement for eremitic types who don't mind ladders and composting toilets.
At long last, the designer's smart, space-saving folding chairs that double as clothes hangers go into production as part of the just-launched Umbra Shift collection.
The Parsons New School for Design and Areaware partner for a student product design competition that explores the intersection of impulse shopping with charitable giving.
Once you've spent some time inside the terrifically tricked-out Gizmodo Home of the Future, you may not want to step back out onto the street of the present.
A rice farmer in Southern India is claiming yields 4 times the average, while using less fertilizer than conventional farmers.
If you can get past the somewhat distressing promo video, you'll enjoy Petomato's novel take on growing fresh veggies with little space and recycled materials.
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