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Retired pro snowboarder Mike Basich is an expert at both shreddin' and sheddin' square footage.
The exquisite patterns and textures of the decayed buildings serve as a sober reminder that 'everything is impermanent.'
Indie retail and urban downsizing collide at this smart example of adaptive reuse that breathes new life into a historic shopping center.
Here are 5 questions to ask yourself before starting this home improvement project.
Foster + Partners's 930-unit high-rise development will have enough on-site bike parking to go around and then some.
With a simple glass container and the right plants, you can bring this self-sustaining lush landscape to your home.
Fridges keep getting bigger, cheaper, and more energy-efficient. Is this a good thing?
The architect's flower motif-stamped Los Angeles masterpiece is set to reopen as a museum following extensive renovations.
Floating House is a sleek, solar-powered and open-source dwelling — that is, anyone can download the design and build the home themselves.
Some states are requiring the seed libraries where gardeners share saved seeds to meet the same standards as businesses that sell seeds.
After over 15 years of designing like it truly gave a damn, the lauded humanitarian organization has ceased operations.
Those who have experienced traumatic petting zoo encounters as children should probably steer clear of Texas.
That dripping noise isn't coming from your sink. It's coming from inside the refrigerator! Here's how to fix it.
The California developer who challenged the oxymoron 'good-looking tract housing' attracts a new generation of homeowners.
Whether it's for your countertop or your roof, there's a stone tile option that's right for your home.
'I feel like I'm in Hagrid's hut. But if Hagrid had a wife and she came and spruced things up,' reflects one tiny house tester.
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