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Fri, May 22, 2015 7:30 PM
Shoppers went gaga for 'Leisurama' vacation homes showcased on the department store's ninth floor in the early 1960's.
In rural stretches of Connecticut and Tennessee, two nature-surrounded retreats built for retirees.
These pioneers are sprouting produce indoors, no soil or sunlight required.
The after-school carpentry wizards at Sawhorse Revolution have big, community-bettering plans for micro-housing.
Because everything in sports is about one-upmanship, this garden will be the biggest MLB garden yet.
When you never have to lift a finger except to start an app, there are consequences.
Laminate flooring's reputation for volatile organic compounds is becoming a thing of the past.
It makes a whole lot more sense to put it there than in a tiny room with a toilet.
Get creative in sprucing up your yard with low-maintenance pavers.
As one Bay Area renter demonstrates, backyard-fresh kale and eggs and homeownership aren't necessarily exclusive.
Don't make a mountain of a literal mole hill. Follow these tips to a mole-free lawn.
Do we really need another building standard? Perhaps we do, if we really care about our health and well-being.
The weird, wonderful and world-changing converge yet again for the annual vertical design showdown.
In the modern kitchen it's just too easy to stuff your face. Here's how to reduce the temptation through good design.
Beauty abounds in the weather-warped details of Dwell Development's latest net-zero residence.
Will China's water-hogging golf developments be converted into much-needed farmland?
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