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Mon, Dec 22, 2014 9:00 AM
From floating saunas, 3-D printed houses, park-topped bridges and vegetation-clad public restrooms, there was never a dull moment in 2014.
Don't throw out that old teapot with the missing lid! There are still plenty of uses for it.
Bainbridge Island's fast-growing intentional community unveils two new ineighborhoods where bikes and green space rule.
'Tiny House Nation,' a new series on A&E's FYI channel, is co-hosted by a pro skier who lives in a chalet-on-wheels that's the size of a large walk-in closet.
The Gregory Project, an open-source housing initiative from Central Europe, envisions compact roadside shelters subsidized by their billboard facades.
High society meets high-density housing at Dupont Circle as a private women's club offloads a grand, 16-bedroom mansion to a micro-apartment developer for $20M.
Whether it's just relaxing by yourself or dining alfresco with a loved one, your garden can be an inviting space long after the sun has set.
These DIY methods will get rid of that horrible stinky towel smell.
In post-disaster scenarios where speed is key, these lightweight plastic pop-up shelters from Australia can be quickly assembled with no special skills or tools required.
The city's water utility releases a series of racy print ads and TV spots that may leave some residents requiring a cold shower ... but make it a short one.
The 2014 edition of the National Trust for Historic Preservation's disheartening yet catalytic Most Endangered Historic Places list puts Wright aficionados on high alert.
Skip the harsh chemicals and try these nontoxic ways to clean your carpets.
Although it takes some time to get the plants going, homegrown 'wild' ginseng has more value and character than cultivated roots.
From hanging curtains to replacing a broken tile, this handy guide will walk you through the steps and tools you need to get it done.
In greenery-starved Ho Chi Minh City, one architecture firm has created a home/oasis where individual living spaces are situated in gigantic, tree-topped 'pots.'
Spencer Collins, a pint-sized librarian from the Kansas City 'burbs, is taking on city hall after being asked to dismantle his code-breaking curbside book depository.
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