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Wed, Apr 22, 2015 3:30 PM
In a once iffy stretch of East Oakland, Tassafaronga Village stands as a model of affordable green housing done right.
Be sure that built-in furniture can be adapted to suit your evolving tastes.
It would take an extraordinary force of nature to blow one of these straw-stuffed brick abodes down.
Air conditioning has made designers and architects lazy, and we've forgotten how to keep our cool.
Waiting for a seed to sprout requires patience, but not this time-lapse video.
The former home of iron-willed octogenarian-turned-folk-hero Edith Macefield may finally meet the wrecking ball.
A report from the Urban Land Institute tackles everything you always wanted to know about dainty urban dwellings (but were afraid to ask).
Looking for a fabulous wedding decor element or a quirky conversation piece for your home?
Before you can get your heating and cooling system right, you have to get your house right.
On the hunt for Chinese New Year-appropriate home goods? We've got your goat.
Chipped tile? Ugly grout? Just tired of the tile's style? Here's how to make your tile look brand new.
Finally, a clever use for marine algae that appeals to both Danish mer-folk and lovers of Scandinavian design.
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.
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