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IKEA applies its flat-pack powers to an innovative line of modular refugee housing units to be distributed by the UN.
Water damage can ruin a house, but there are ways to save your home.
Seed Capital KY's vision for a 24-acre 'food business park' celebrates regional producers while benefiting the surrounding community.
It was used to describe a new house in Australia, and I think applies to this house in Norway, but it's hard to know.
While they might ease public restroom heebie-jeebies, automatic-flush toilets are far from perfect.
The University of Georgia has helped the healthful little berry become the top fruit crop in the Peach State.
There are almost as many types staircases as there are types of homes.
Two architects are so desperate to see a defunct pedestrian bridge be given new life that they're giving it away for free.
The founding father's fanciful dovecote design is finally realized at a Virginia estate.
With its edible veggie walls and lack of traditional HVAC systems, Carbon Positive House aims to "free us of modern day lifelines."
With a little planning and patience, sod can give you the lawn you've always wanted.
Things are changing so fast, but the way we build makes it almost impossible for our homes to adapt.
It's not that difficult to get coffee pods and plastic bags out of your life.
Extra insulation and fancy windows make a difference, right? Not according to the numbers.
Recycled bags can be turned into everything from diesel fuel to playground equipment. But, what may be even more impressive is how talented artists use plastic bags to create amazing works of art.
Help Kickstart a Hong Kong designer's coffee table book that's also a coffee table.
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